In Loving Memory Of

Mark Campbell


Mark Cavanaugh Campbell AKA Cowboy, age 69, of Winter Haven went to heaven on the morning of January 3,2021 at George C. Forsythe Hospice House in Auburndale. His final resting place will be at Forest Hill Cemetery,Haines City.

Mark was born January 25,1951 in Adrian,,Jack Ruben Campbell and Patricia Lou Cavanaugh.They had two other children Monte and Carol. Graduated at Mason High School in 1969.
He started construction work with his father and then went on to have a successful career as a Crane Operator for Campbell Cranes and Anthony Cranes.
He enjoyed the outdoors, fishing,boating,hunting and you can’t forget how he liked cars and motorcycles. Mark was totally a cowboy, he loved the Lord, his family and his Steelers.He was a loyal Steelers fan. And this year was the year that Steelers were undefeated until the Washington “Redskins” beat them. I did get to tell him , maybe not the way I wanted to but I’m grateful that I could.
He loved to have cookouts,watch football and have fun.
He was a very good man; made friends wherever he would go, Mark had an amazing smile and his laugh was a laugh that we will never forget. He was an amazing Step-dad to us. He loved being with all of us.Lots of great memories we all have with him from fishing,boating,tubing ,working,having dinner together and or just watching a movie with him. Never a dull moment.

Mark was preceded in his death by his father Jack, his son Shawn “Rooster” and his grandson Decoven Jr.
He is survived by first wife Sandi, his son Mark Anotthony,(Sarah) grandkids Judah,Isaiah,and Aubrey. His brother Monte, ( Deborah) and their 2 children TJ and Tiffany.Sister Carol,nephew Craig,and niece Carrie,(Tim)Mason and Logan. He also survived by second wife Michelene,stepson Erin,(Christy) (grandkids) Shonesty, Nathan,stepdaughter Jenny, granddaughter Autumn, stepson Justin,(grandkids) Paris, Preston, stepdaughter Chassidy and granddaughter Izzy.

Celebration of Mark’s Life will be held on January 24,2021 at 10am.

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