Louis Campana

Louis Campana

Wednesday, September 30th, 1953 Tuesday, January 15th, 2019

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Obituary for Louis Michael Campana

In Memory of Louis/Lou/Rusty Campana, Loving Husband, Father of two, Grandfather of two, Brother, and Uncle to many, died Tuesday morning surrounded by family after a long battle of heart failure.

Lou is survived by his Wife Tampa Campana, Son Michael and Daughter-in-law Jennifer Campana, Daughter Nicole Campana, Grandchildren Evan and Luke, Brother Al and Janeen Campana, and numerous family members.

Lou was born in Chicago IL in 1953, then grew up in Northridge CA from 1958 to 1978. He married his wife and soul mate Tampa in 1978 where they then moved to Simi Valley. Together they had their two children, Michael and Nicole, then moved to Palmdale in 1988.

Lou had a successful career for 16 years with Vons Grocery, then switched paths to Electronics where he retired as an Overseas Director of Manufacturing.

Lou retired in 2015 to Camarillo CA with his wife Tampa. While in his retirement and even prior, Lou enjoyed going to his vacation home in Palm Springs and challenging the casinos. He especially loved the game Pai Gow. Throughout his life he enjoyed traveling, family vacations, and all imaginable parties for family and friends. He had a “build it yourself” mentality and did much of the work on his home that he and Tampa finally settled in.

Lou was a giving person and his family and friends were everything to him - he poured his heart and love into everyone.

Viewing will be on Monday the 21st 6pm – 9pm at Reardon Funeral Home 2636 Sycamore Dr. Simi Valley, Ca. 93065
Funeral will be Tuesday the 22nd 10am at St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church 1305 Royal Ave. Simi Valley, Ca. 93065

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  • Visitation

    Monday, January 21st, 2019 | 6:00pm - 9:00pm
    Reardon Simi Valley Funeral Home
    2636 Sycamore dr.
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    Monday, January 21st, 2019
    6:00pm - 9:00pm
    Rosary at 7:30 PM
  • Service

    Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019 | 10:00am
    St Rose of Lima Church
    1305 Royal Ave.
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    Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019
    Father Joseph Shea
  • Interment

    Assumption Catholic Cemetery
    1380 Fitzgerald Road
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Adam, Alana, Linda, Mary and the OCDETF Section sent flowers to the family of Louis Michael Campana.
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Janeen Campana

Lou, Rusty, brother-in-law, What a great man! You left us way to soon. You are so loved and missed by your brother and me. You were always there for us, and our girls. What a great family man and husband you were. You will always be in our hearts and thoughts. I will always remember Sunday’s! Love you, Janeen

Comment | Posted at 09:54pm via Condolence

Jackie Reed

We were very sorry to hear of Lou’s passing. Throughout the years when we would cross paths we got a kick out of his quick wit and sense of humor. He will truly be missed. He leaves a wonderful legacy.
Comment | Posted at 06:01pm via Condolence

Adam, Alana, Linda, Mary and the OCDETF Section

We are thinking of you during this difficult time.
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Comment | Posted at 07:43am via Condolence

Robert Campana

Dearest Tampa, Michael and Nicole,
Our words can’t convey our true sorrow for the passing of Rusty., but we have the comfort of knowing that he rests in the arms our our loving Savior Jesus Christ. We pray you all peace in that knowledge. Rusty is once again big and whole and handsome and full of love and kindness and probably shuffling the cards for some poker with all his uncles in heaven.. There will never be another like him. He will be greatly missed. God be with you through this valley. We love you. Cousin Bobby and Janet.
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