Kyle Campbell

Kyle Campbell

Kyle Campbell Kyle Randy Campbell age 20 of Redwood Falls passed away Wednesday, July 22, 2015 as a result of an automobile accident. Funeral services will be at 2:00 p.m. Monday, July 27 at the Redwood Valley Funeral Home. Visitation is from 12:00 noon Monday until the time of the service. Online condolences may be sent at Stephens Funeral Service – Redwood Valley Funeral Home in Redwood Falls is assisting the family with arrangements.

Kyle Randy Campbell was born December 6, 1994 in Mora, Minnesota to Randy and LuAnn (Gullickson) Campbell. He graduated from Wabasso Public School in 2013. Kyle worked at Maasch Metal in Vesta for a year and at Central Bi-Products for a year and a half. He began working for R & G Construction in Marshall a few months ago. Kyle enjoyed anything to do with the outdoors, especially hunting, fishing, golfing, as well as a good challenge at bean bags. Kyle loved spending time with his family, friends, and girlfriend, Brooklyn.

Kyle is survived by his parents Randy and LuAnn Campbell of Redwood Falls; sister Kayla; grandmother Annette Campbell of Mora; girlfriend of 4 years, Brooklyn Maasch; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. He is preceded in death by his grandfather Edwin Campbell and grandparents Janice and LuVern Gullickson.

11 thoughts on “Kyle Campbell”

  1. Fiorenza De Filippo

    I met him on prom night. He was my classate’ boy-friend during my exchange year. Feel so sorry for your loss, fly High!

  2. Brittany geweth

    He was like family growing up I just remember how him an my brother were best friends an his smile when he would come into caseys so sorry may God wrap his arms around u all

  3. Rene and Dianne Jennige

    Our condolences to the family. Our son Scott was in Kyle’s class so I had a chance to talk to him a few times. I thought he was a very nice young man. May you find comfort in your memories of Kyle. God bless all of you as you go through this tough time.

  4. Nick Goblirsch/Roger & Mary Anderson

    Luann and Randy our hearts are heavy as I’m sure your ‘s are too. We could not believe after we heard about Kyle. I want to tell you he was a wonderful person. We enjoyed watching Kyle and Nick Goblirsch and the full football Rabbits team play. Yes and Nick is still in shock after this news. He talked to Kyle last week and both shared about their future ahead. I want you to know all of you will be in our thoughts and prayers. Fly high Kyle. We will know you are with us when the seasons change. Roger & Mary Anderson
    Nick has a vacation starting this Saturday to next week Tuesday. Sorry he can’t be there.

  5. I am so very sorry that you have lost your son Kyle. We lost our son Derek 6 yrs ago in a motorcycle accident so we truly feel your very deep pain! May God bless you with very supportive family and friends during this very difficult time. We also extend our sympathy to Brooklyn.

  6. Nick Goblirsch and his girlfriend will be coming to the funeral. Changed their plans as Nick wanted to be there for you. Kyle and Nick were good friends. I have the computer so I had to repost.

  7. Kim and Tim Gores

    LuAnn, Randy, Kayla and family,
    I know nothing can ease the pain in your hearts who has lost someone so special. May the memories and love you have of Kyle live on in you forever. We hope that you find peace and comfort in the days and weeks to come.

  8. Words cannot express the sorrow that I feel for you. No parent should ever have to lose a child. Our loving Creator knows how hard this is on you. We are told at Ezekiel 18:32 “I do not take any pleasure in the death of anyone, declares the Sovereign Lord.” As you can see, He does not like death any more than we do. It is not his will for us to die which is why He has given us the hope of everlasting life! (Psalms 37:9-11, 29; Rev. 21:3, 4). As the God and Father of tender mercies, He wants you to find comfort in Him through prayer (2Cor 1:3).

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