Obituary: Tylor B. Campbell

  • Tylor Campbell

Tylor B. Campbell

Aug. 25, 2001-Dec. 4, 2016

Tylor Brandon Campbell, 15, died Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016, at home with the Moore family in Nikiski.

Graveside services were held at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016, at the Kenai City Cemetery. A memorial service was at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 20, 2016, at the Hope Community Center on Kalifornsky Beach Road. Pallbearers were Micha Campbell, Austin Freeman, Travis Moore, Edward Prevost, Eric Prevost and Shane Bostic.

Tylor was born Aug. 25, 2001, in Homer. He attended Nikiski Middle School and was a freshman at Nikiski High School.

Tylor loved to watch football, play Xbox, and work with computers and anything electronic.

Family and friends wrote, “Tylor Campbell was a very brave and soft hearted person. He had the eyes of an angel and was a gift to everyone that knew him. A precious son, brother and friend, he loved his family. A curious kid, Tylor always had questions and constantly sought answers. He found the world fascinating and loved his life to the fullest. Tylor was the ultimate football fan and attended every Nikiski Bull Dawg’s game. He could analyze every play and cheered at every touchdown. Tylor loved to be outdoors with family and friends. He could be in the yard for hours and you could often find him at the bonfire in the evenings. The only thing he loved more than being out in the open was being with people and they loved being around Tylor. They were always attracted by his enthusiasm for life and his kindness that he radiated. He will be dearly missed.”

Tylor is survived by his mother, Tabitha Campbell of Soldotna; his father, Brandon Campbell of Kalispell, Mont.; brothers, Micha and Ely Campbell, both of Soldotna; sisters, Natalee and Tiasia Prevost and Kaylynn Campbell, all of Nikolaevsk.

Arrangements were by Peninsula Memorial Chapel in Kenai.

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