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Douglas T. Campbell Sept. 9, 1957- Apr. 2, 2014 Doug's Journey On April 2, 2014 the world lost an exceptional individual. Douglas T. Campbell, 56, of Meridian, Idaho was called home by his Lord and Savior on this day. Doug's journey began on September 9, 1957 in Merced, California. Born to R.T. (Bob) Campbell and Loretta (Cuttone) Campbell. He was fortunate enough to grow up with a loving family and a house full of siblings being raised in one home through the majority of the time spent there. He graduated from Merced High School in 1975. The entrepreneurial spirit that remained throughout his life began at a very young age working for the family businesses. Varying from a bowling alley, Century Bowl, to a home building company. In his teens he worked for a local builder cleaning up houses under new construction. Ever the enthusiast for new opportunity he ventured into the night club business. He helped design, build, and successfully run one of the most cutting edge discos in the area, being nationally recognized in Billboard Magazine. After a period of time he returned to his true passion, the building industry. He worked side by side with his father and other family members becoming an integral part in making R.T. Campbell Homes the industry standard in the Merced area for all walks of life to reside, which in turn remains a lasting legacy for the family. After the down turn of the economy in 1992-93 options in that area were limited, so he ventured to Meridian, Idaho to create a new opportunity. In the Meridian area, his footprint can be found everywhere within the community. Doug's ability to connect and relate to others was unparalleled. He was the guy showing up at your door if you had bare land and wanted to do something with it thus creating wealth for people and infrastructure where there was just dirt previously. Through his guidance and acquisition prowess, he along with a venture capitalist developed thousands of home sites within the area. After doing this through the 90's, his venture capitalist decided to pursue other opportunities. Doug at the time decided to remain in Idaho so he found a partner and they started their own company. He became a successful land developer in the area for many years continuing to positively influence the areas where he was engaged. Doug had an uncanny ability to connect opportunity with investment which became windfalls for everyone involved. If you were a part of a project that he put his prints on, it would be successful for everyone. Considering his good fortune he would be the first to acknowledge and gratefully recognize others that gave him the opportunity to be successful. The most relevant part of Doug's life was by far the strong bond with his spouse and family. He adored everyone and they were blessed with his unconditional love and support. When Doug became the family patriarch, he gave selflessly and without limit to ensure the family remained close and had the opportunity to be together. His time spent with his children and grandchildren were his most cherished moments and he was so very proud of all of them. Doug had the remarkable ability to put a positive impression on anyone he met. Everyone liked Doug and if you were fortunate enough to really come to know him, you loved him. A finer friend cannot be attained. He was intelligent, witty, funny, loving, kind, loyal, fun, resilient, generous and always an eternal optimist. These brief descriptions cannot fully describe this remarkably fine man. Doug will be sorely missed by everyone that came to know him. Doug is preceded in death by his parents, R.T. (Bob) and Loretta (Cuttone) Campbell and brother Keith Campbell. He is survived by spouse Mary Campbell (Meridian, ID); siblings Pam Campbell (Merced, CA), Robert and Tammy Campbell (Boise, ID), Kerri Campbell (Meridian, ID); children Mandy (Mike) Gillard (Atwater, CA), Douglas T. (Sue) Campbell (Meridian, ID), Dustin (Jennifer) Campbell (College Station, TX), Dylan T. Campbell (Meridian, ID), Isabella Sophia Campbell (Meridian, ID), Denise Ayala (Ali) Pezeshki (Dallas, TX), Brandon Ayala (Meridian, ID); grandchildren Ashley Carrera, Shane Gillard, Britnie Carrera, Kylee Carrera, Taylor Campbell, Kyndall Campbell, Naleigh Campbell, Talia Campbell, Lily Campbell, Chloe Campbell, Jaxon Campbell, Adam Hosea Pezeshki; and many other relatives and good friends. Donations in lieu of flowers to Douglas T. Campbell, for the benefit of Dylan T. Campbell and Isabella Sophia Campbell, Wells Fargo account number 5859276072. Doug's "Celebration Of A Life Well Lived" will be held at the Waters Edge Event Center located at 287 E. Shore Drive, Eagle, ID 83616 on April 26th at 2pm. Read Obituary
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