David V. Campagna

Los Angeles, California

1946 - 2017


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October 23, 1946 - March 6, 2017 On March 6, 2017, David Campagna passed away. He died as he lived his life, with style and grace, breathing his last breath in a suite at the Beverly Hills Hotel with his beloved Carolyn at his side. David was an actor, an artist, and a world traveler but he was...

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David was truly a prince. My heartfelt condolences to Carolyn and all who loved him.

I grew up with David and remained friends for 70 years. We shared great memories and lots of fun times living on Ellsworth St. In Fremont. You will certainly be missed.

From one of the great MSJ families. I was friends with his brothers and David was one of the older guys we looked up to. I remember he had a great 64 Chevy Impala. He followed his dream...RIP brother.

MSJ neighborhood friend. Him and Jim were good people

I have known David, and his family since the later 1960's, as his younger brother Jim was one of my best friends, as well as David & my older sister attending school together. David also worked at the Leslie Salt Co. in Newark with me, and many others, during the annual, seasonal salt harvest, as we drove little diesel trains with 16 salt cars behind us, over the salt ponds, while collecting salt from the harvester, back to the refinery to dump it, then off to repeat the whole process...

David worked with me at ABC when we were pages. He was a lovely person and I remember him fondly. He always made me laugh. Sending loving thoughts....
Kate McCallum

I met Dave when I joined the ABC Page Staff. Shortly after I joined, I had a terrible car accident. I remember when I returned to work, Dave would frequently check in on me and offer his support and friendship. If I was feeling blue, he would find a way to make me laugh. I remember how his attention towards me brought calmness to my well-being. I will always think back on his kindness with love in my heart. He will be greatly missed.

R.I.P. Dave

David was a great friend and co-worker. I always enjoyed his company and looked forward to any day on set that would involve working with him. Rest in peace my friend. A.W.

I am sorry for your loss. May your hearts be filled with wonderful memories as you celebrate a life of longevity and joyful times you had together. May God's loving kindness give you the strength you need to endure. Psalm 29:11