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Steven Campbell

Steven Campbell

(1979 – 2010)

  • Steve's football team. Newcastle United.
    Given by julia wilcock
  • Rest in peace young man, your gappy smile will be etched in our minds forever more.
    Lit by julia wilcock
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Steven Campbell

Steven Campbell
(1979 – 2010)

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Steven Campbell

(1979 – 2010)
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About Steven
This is a tribute to Steven Campbell. Sjt Steven Campbell from A Company, 3rd Battalion The Rifles (3 RIFLES), serving as part of the 3 RIFLES Battle Group, was tragically killed in Afghanistan on Monday 22nd March 2010.
Serjeant Steven Campbell was born in Durham on 9 May 1979. He joined the Army on 28 April 1998 at the age of eighteen, completing phase one training in December that year before joining Second Battalion the Light Infantry.
Serjeant Campbell completed the required courses to be promoted through the ranks to corporal before being posted as an instructor to the Army Foundation College in 2003. In 2005 he returned to the Battalion, now based in Edinburgh.
He passed the Platoon Serjeants
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About Steven
Battle Course and was promoted to the rank of Serjeant in October 2006. He worked as a Platoon Serjeant in B Company 3 RIFLES after formation, before again being sent to instruct recruits at the Infantry Training Centre in Catterick in 2008.
Serjeant Campbell returned to 3 RIFLES during the Battalion's current deployment to Sangin, in Helmand Province. He was originally sent to B Company to assist the Company Headquarters but on 10 March he was sent to A Company to take on the role of Platoon Serjeant.
He leaves behind his wife Lisa, son Brandon, and his parents.
His family have made the following statement:
"Serjeant Steven Campbell was born on 9 May 1979, he lived in Pelton, Chester le
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Street in Co Durham. He was a loving husband to Lisa and a loving father to Brandon, and he will be missed by all his family and friends."
This is an online memorial dedicated to the memory of Steven Campbell. He made the ultimate sacrifice and will always be remembered. May he rest in peace.
Remembrance Messages
On 13th Mar 2012
Lisa Campbell
wrote:
Hiya sexy, can't believe it will be 2 years on 22nd March since you were taken away from me and Brandon. We both love and miss you soo much Steven, there is not a day goes by that we don't talk or think about you. Thank you for giving me that special gift,our son Brandon. Your memory will live on forever in our son Brandon. See you soon sexy love from your wife forever Lisa xxxxxxxx
Remembrance Messages
On 2nd Mar 2012
mark oliver
wrote:
ITS TOOK ME AWHILE TO WRITE ON HERE AS ITS STILL HARD TO ACCEPT YOUR GONE MATE STILL THINK ABOUT YOU AND ALL THE LAUGHS WE HAD GROWING UP TOGETHER YOU WERE MORE THAN A BEST FRIEND TO ME YOU WERE LIKE A BROTHER AND I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU REST IN PEACE BRO HOPE I SEE YOU AGAIN 1 DAY.
FROM YOUR BEST MATE
(OLLIE)
Remembrance Messages
On 6th May 2010
helen layton
wrote:
Steven you have done all who know you so very proud, and i can say i will treasure every memory i have as us from being kids and throughout school life. You were the kindest person i have ever known steven there will be no one who could ever match up you. It will be your birthday this sunday steven and how i wish you would be here to celebrate it. My love and thoughts are with your mam and dad and brother stuart, R I P xxx
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On 29th Apr 2010
Mark Upton
wrote:
Sjt Campbell was at catterick when i did my training and hepled train me in NBC, he was a pofessional soldier through and through and showed exactly what we need to do should we ever need to do it. He was a joker and the memory that tands out the most was when we were in the gas chamber training with cs gas and he wouldnt let us out after we had took our respirators off and kept asking silly questions like family memebers anmes and whats our funniest joke while
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Mark Upton
message continued:
we wer choking on the stuff! I dont ever remember him losing his patience and was always ready to help us should we be having trouble,im starting to ramble a bit now but its fair to say i was devastated when i heard about Steve and its because of brilliant soldiers like him who are willing to show us everything they know that ordinary people like him can come in off the streets and earn a fll time career in the British Army, i wont forget him. Thoughts to his family, wife Lisa nad son Brandon, see you again one day big fella.
Remembrance Messages
On 2nd Apr 2010
C J
wrote:
You where at Catterick & helped train my son. My son has the greatest respect and said you are a fantastic man.
RIP Steve & Thank You for helping me be a very proud Mam.
All our love to you your family.
xx CJ
Remembrance Messages
On 27th Mar 2010
julia wilcock
wrote:
Steve was a platoon sgt on the training establishment where i worked as a cleaner. I cleaned in a building called Wakenshawe. And as time goes by the cleaners get to know the training staff and often have a laugh and a joke with them. 11am was our coffee break, and whenever Steve walked past our room we always got the banter off him "No work to do ladies?" "Is that all you lot have do is eat biscuits and drink tea?" And that gappy smile is what we will all
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julia wilcock
message continued:
remember. Tears have been shed in that same coffee room for "Our Wakenshawe Hero" A very special man we all had the pleasure to meet. Guys like Steve are precious and few. And most of all our thoughts go out to his wife Lisa, son Brandon, and all his family and friends. Rest in peace Stevie Lad. From Julia Wilcock, Jackie McKernon, Sandra Townson, and Michelle Hobson. XXXX
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julia wilcock
on 4th Jul 2015
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Steve's football team. Newcastle United.
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julia wilcock
on 4th Jul 2015
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Rest in peace young man, your gappy smile will be etched in our minds forever more.
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Steven Campbell

This is a tribute to Steven Campbell. Sjt Steven Campbell from A Company, 3rd Battalion The Rifles (3 RIFLES), serving as part of the 3 RIFLES Battle Group, was tragically killed in Afghanistan on Monday 22nd March 2010.
Serjeant Steven Campbell was born in Durham on 9 May 1979. He joined the Army on 28 April 1998 at the age of eighteen, completing phase one training in December that year before joining Second Battalion the Light Infantry.
Serjeant Campbell completed the required courses to be promoted through the ranks to corporal before being posted as an instructor to the Army Foundation College in 2003. In 2005 he returned to the Battalion, now based in Edinburgh.
He passed the Platoon Serjeants...

Steven Campbell is remembered by...
julia wilcock
Lisa Campbell
mark oliver
helen layton
Mark Upton
C J
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