John Thomas Campbell, “Hobo,” 26 years old of Tulsa, Oklahoma, died Sunday, April 15th, 2012 at home. Born on September 11, 1985 in Phoenix, Arizona to Roberta Kriz, mother and John Michael Campbell, father. On May 14th, 2010, he married the love of his life, Lisa Marie Pratley. John graduated high school May 2004, furthered his educational studies with National Guard Training. John was employed by Southwest Industries, resided in Tulsa, Oklahoma, formerly of Payson, Arizona.
John’s hobbies included sports, tech theater, watching his Dallas Cowboys play ball, his most precious time was with his wife and two sons. John’s achievements were far and unlimited, John took pride and felt honored with his achievements with AIT training, and his academic proficiency in Military Occupational Specialty Qualification Training, with the U.S. Army National Guard.
John was always a prankster and loved to keep people on their toes. Always willing to help anyone in need, John had a big heart and a loving sense of humor. John absolutely loved being part of the National Guard, took pride and showed honor.
John is survived by many, his wife Lisa and their two sons, Wyatt Leeroy Campbell and Connor Robert Campbell of Oklahoma; his parents; step-parents: Greg Kriz of Oklahoma and Ivy Adkins of Indiana; grandparents: Vince and Julie Kriz of Arizona, Lavern Lockshaw of Arizona, Jack Campbell of California; siblings: Christine Jones, sister, and husband John, Rebecca Campbell, sister, all of Arizona, Jacqueline Aliesia Campbell, sister, and Joesph Maxwell Campbell, brother, both of Indiana, Mark Pratley, brother-in-law, Jessica Fanning, sister-in-law, and Micheal Criag, brother-in-law, all of Oklahoma; nieces and nephews: Raylyn Dawn Jones, Johnny Lee Jones, Angalyn Marie Campbell, Jacobe Gustavo Solis, Evan Liam Solis, all reside in Arizona.
John is preceded in death by sister Jennifer Nicole Geirsdorf, August 2008, grandpa Robert Lee Seim, August 2001, and grandma Violet Amelia Hatfield, July 1979.
John was loved and will be missed very much.