Barry Eugene Campbell

Barry Eugene Campbell

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Barry Eugene Campbell, 54, of Bay City, our devoted and dedicated father, son, companion, brother, uncle and friend passed away unexpectedly on the morning of Sunday, May 17, 2015. Barry was born in Bay City on October 12, 1960, the son of Earl and Della (Willert) Campbell. He was a 1979 graduate of Pinconning High School. Dedicated to serving others, Barry was the proud owner of Our Town Taxi and had a true love for driving. Barry never met a stranger and will forever be remembered for his kind and considerate personality, his artistic abilities, love for old muscle cars and most of all, his unwavering love of his children. Left to cherish his memory are his three children, Cassandra Campbell and her companion, John Devericks, Ryan Campbell and Kyle Campbell; mother, Della Dora; Barry's loving companion, Karen Phillips; brothers, Keith and wife, Sharon Campbell and Kevin and wife, Cherri Campbell; brother-in-law, Bill Jakobi; step-siblings, Sherry, Jerry, Sandy and Michelle Simons, Lori and husband, Robert Gaul, along with countless nieces, nephews and friends. Barry was welcomed home to heaven by his father, Earl and sister, Stacey Jakobi. Barry's family will be present to receive visitors on Friday, May 22, 2015 from 2:00 PM until 8:00 PM and again on Saturday, May 23, 2015 from 10:00 AM until the time of Barry's 1:00 PM Celebration of Life at Skorupski Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 955 N. Pine Rd., Hampton Twp. Cremation will follow. Memorial contributions may be directed to the wishes of the family.

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  1. Barry, your smile will never be forgotten. It’s been a pleasure being your friend. You’ve taken care of all of us. You certainly will be missed. Hugs to u my friend..Michael and helene nast

  2. So sad to hear of Barry’s passing, he was my taxi home for many months when I first moved to Bay City. He always talked about his children and then found out I worked with his ex wife too. A true gentleman, always came in to Walmart and whenever he saw me would stop to say hello. Rest in peace.

  3. Berry still have great memories hunting with your dad me, jim,and the whole clan. You will be missed. Terry Shawl

  4. I’m sorry for your loss. Barry and I drove the overnight shift for Midland Taxi, and Aero Transportation. We used to sit and drink coffee st Little Chef in between runs. He was a great guy.

  5. Barry was such a loyal cabbie! Sometimes he waited extra time at the bars so his passenger could finish a drink or conversation. Seemed very compassionate and was willing to go the extra mile, if you will. Bay City has lost a true Angel! RIP Barry! Godspeed…

  6. Barry was not only a good cousin but also a good friend . Barry I will miss you . I do not know any one who did not like you . You where one of the good guy’s .

  7. Barry was an AWESOME CAB DRIVER… It’s been a real pleasure to have known Barry for quite sometime. Thank-You for all the times you’ve been there for us. Until we meet again my Friend. R.I.P. Barry Tommy Lee and Karen

  8. I met Barry as a favor to my cousin and instant memories were made. He always had a kind word to say and a big hug to give. He will live on through his children everyday. He and Cheryl raised 3 wonderfully strong young adults who I have been blessed to meet and hopefully now call friends. May Barry rest in the arms of God’s Angels until we all meet again


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barry campbell
Barry Eugene Campbell, 54, of Bay City, our devoted and dedicated father, son, companion, brother, uncle and friend passed away unexpectedly on the morning of Sunday, May 17, 2015. Barry was born in Bay City on October 12, 1960, the son of Earl and Della (Willert) Campbell. He was a 1979 graduate of Pinconning High School. Dedicated to serving others, Barry was the proud owner of Our Town Taxi and had a true love for driving. Barry never met a stranger and will forever be remembered for his kind and considerate personality, his artistic abilities, love for old muscle cars and most of all, his unwavering love of his children. Left to cherish his memory are his three children, Cassandra Campbell and her companion, John Devericks, Ryan Campbell and Kyle Campbell; mother, Della Dora; Barry's loving companion, Karen Phillips; brothers, Keith and wife, Sharon Campbell and Kevin and wife, Cherri Campbell; brother-in-law, Bill Jakobi; step-siblings, Sherry, Jerry, Sandy and Michelle Simons, Lori and husband, Robert Gaul, along with countless nieces, nephews and friends. Barry was welcomed home to heaven by his father, Earl and sister, Stacey Jakobi. Barry's family will be present to receive visitors on Friday, May 22, 2015 from 2:00 PM until 8:00 PM and again on Saturday, May 23, 2015 from 10:00 AM until the time of Barry's 1:00 PM Celebration of Life at Skorupski Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 955 N. Pine Rd., Hampton Twp. Cremation will follow. Memorial contributions may be directed to the wishes of the family.

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  1. Barry, your smile will never be forgotten. It’s been a pleasure being your friend. You’ve taken care of all of us. You certainly will be missed. Hugs to u my friend..Michael and helene nast

  2. Barry was such a loyal cabbie! Sometimes he waited extra time at the bars so his passenger could finish a drink or conversation. Seemed very compassionate and was willing to go the extra mile, if you will. Bay City has lost a true Angel! RIP Barry! Godspeed…

  3. I’m sorry for your loss. Barry and I drove the overnight shift for Midland Taxi, and Aero Transportation. We used to sit and drink coffee st Little Chef in between runs. He was a great guy.

  4. So sad to hear of Barry’s passing, he was my taxi home for many months when I first moved to Bay City. He always talked about his children and then found out I worked with his ex wife too. A true gentleman, always came in to Walmart and whenever he saw me would stop to say hello. Rest in peace.

  5. Berry still have great memories hunting with your dad me, jim,and the whole clan. You will be missed. Terry Shawl

  6. Barry was not only a good cousin but also a good friend . Barry I will miss you . I do not know any one who did not like you . You where one of the good guy’s .

  7. Barry was an AWESOME CAB DRIVER… It’s been a real pleasure to have known Barry for quite sometime. Thank-You for all the times you’ve been there for us. Until we meet again my Friend. R.I.P. Barry Tommy Lee and Karen

  8. Love, The Aegis Family purchased the Simply Elegant Spathiphyllum for the family of Barry Eugene Campbell.

  9. I met Barry as a favor to my cousin and instant memories were made. He always had a kind word to say and a big hug to give. He will live on through his children everyday. He and Cheryl raised 3 wonderfully strong young adults who I have been blessed to meet and hopefully now call friends. May Barry rest in the arms of God’s Angels until we all meet again


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