ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Collins Campbell, 47 years old, born on November 28, 1973, and passed away on March 22, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Tunde Alabi on March 30, 2021
I read about how kind and generous you were. I read about your willingness to support others every time, your love for others. There are good testimonies about you while you walked through this earth, well done brother. May God give you eternal rest. Good Night.
Posted by Bosede Salvador on March 28, 2021
Leye! You came and had an inpact on so many peoples lives. Though your journey was short but you lived it well and loved your calmness in any situation. Who am I to question God our Maker but to Thank him for having given me the opportunity to have known you as my brother. Sleep tight dear! Xx
Posted by Omonigho Ojemhen on March 26, 2021
Rest in perfect peace Leye.
Posted by Fikemi Thomas on March 26, 2021
Collin Continue to rest in the bossom of the Lord. From Tina Thomas- Abisuga 1984 set
Posted by Charles Campbell on March 26, 2021
This is so surreal. We spoke for close to 30 minutes only on Saturday not knowing it would be the last time I would hear your voice. Your views may have been unpopular on so many issues but they were always based on facts. You lived your life to the fullest by working hard and playing extra hard. You were a goal-getter, ever ready to go the extra mile for someone in need. When I told Jeffrey you were gone, he called me a liar. You were the best brother I could ever have wished for. You left your family behind but we'll take care of them, don't worry. Mummy and Kemi are distraught while daddy and the rest of us are struggling to stay composed. As we relive memories of our time together on earth, we are consoled by the fact that you are at a better place. We love you but God loves you more.
Posted by Mrs Joyce Oby Azoba on March 26, 2021
Leye, i was short of words when I received the paifull news of your passing on.
I am still in shock, but will always remember your love, kindness and respect for friends and family members.
May Almighty God grant those you left behind the fortitude to bear your absence more especially the entire Campbell family.
"Leye", rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Timi Hart Odum on March 26, 2021
Still think I am in a very bad dream and I am hoping to wake up from. I keep asking myself if this is actually true? Colli- Baba, you were such a remarkable person, always caring and loving. Your memories can never be forgotten. It's really so hard to say goodbye but God knows best and we cannot question him. Sleep on my amazing brother still we meet to part more.
Good night.
Timi Hart Odum.
Posted by Abayomi Dayo on March 25, 2021
Words cannot describe or qualify your personality my friend... I can go on recounting endlessly, your goodness and reliability... over the decades, you were always there. I’m so sorry... you are gone. I’m going to miss you my friend...
Posted by Anthony Iloenyosi on March 25, 2021
Uncle Leye, I’m truly and deeply saddened that I have to write this. The last time we were together, you cooked your delicious Spaghetti for us and welcomed us warmly into your home. I have only fond memories of you and our time together.

I know you’re in a better place but we miss you dearly.

May God keep you by his side, until we meet again.

You were, are and will continue to be loved deeply.


Rest In Peace, Uncle.
Posted by Gbemi Akitoye on March 25, 2021
Rest In Peace Brother
Posted by PATRICK ILOENYOSI on March 25, 2021
Dearest Uncle Leye, it is with a heavy heart that I write this, but I know that you are in a better place. The world will miss your style and your unique way, and I will always carry my memories of coming to visit you in Atlanta. We will miss you. Until we meet again, rest in peace Uncle Leye.

                                     -Onyeka
Posted by Nengi Hart-Wariboko on March 25, 2021
The news came like a shock, Leye is gone!!!!! First I was confused. Gone? To where? This is so painful but I take solace in the fact that you have found rest in Lord. Bros mi as I fondly called you, I will really miss you. We all will surely miss you. Being around you Leye was never a dull moment as you always brought joy and laughter to us all your sisters and brothers. Babacolli as Mama always calls you rest on my cousin brother till we meet to path no more. Adieu, Adieu Leye Adieu.
Posted by Yetunde Zollner on March 25, 2021
We are completely baffled at how you could have left us and gone to heaven this early in your life. No one should have to die at such a young age. It makes us sad when we think about it. You are such an amazing person, how could you be gone from our world? You had so much in store for you, you could have accomplished so many things in your life! But now you're gone. We just don't understand how you can be taken away from us, just like that. But in all we thank God  OMO KAKANWA SAFI ....... SUN RE O......


THE ZOLLNER'S FAMILY
Posted by Degbola Lewis on March 25, 2021
Leye,

This is hard to write as we looked forward to hanging out and doing a few things together.

For the first time in my life I understand when people say “this is not how we planned it!”

Though we were worlds apart and rarely communicate, whenever we got together we continued from where we stopped and in recent times we got to see a little bit more.

As children, we went through some tough times and I had always admired your resilience and determination to succeed.

I’m grateful for the opportunity to have had a brother like you and I will always cherish the times we spent together.

Rest in peace my brother ……! 
Posted by Taiwo Balogun on March 25, 2021
Wowww,...GOD has reminded us again, we are sojourners, but i did not know it will be with you. This hits very hard but I am sure you have gotten the phrase from the LORD "Well done my good and fairhful servant" Leye you had the purest of heart and you are selfless. I remember childhood days, once you showed up at our house, i must drag you to mallam and supermarket to buy me goodies and you never hesitated even if it was your last. May you sleep in peace and may the good LORD comfort the entire family.
Posted by Emmanuel Dagogo Hart on March 25, 2021
It still seems like a dream that I need to wake up from to know that you are still breathing. You were really a rare gem,a master in your own craft. That elder brother anyone would love to have. There can never be a dull moment with you around, No Collibaba,No party. You will really be missed my dear brother,especially by me. Although this is a clarion call we all have to answer to some day,but yours came too early. Well, what can we say or do but to leave it all to God because he knows best. May you rest in perfect peace in the bosom of our Lord. Adieu brother...You will forever be in our hearts..It is well.
Posted by Lola Oyemade on March 25, 2021
Heaven needed a HERO. God picked my cousin, a cousin as wonderful as you. We were connected by blood, a friend by heart, time and distance didn’t keep us apart. You were a friend to ALL and foe to none. You had a space in your heart for everyone. You kept away boredom because you were so full of life. I know you’re now in a perfect land. Good night Adeleye Collins Idowu Campbell.
From Lola Oyemade.
Posted by Ayo Oyekanmi-Williams on March 25, 2021
Dearest Leye, heartbroken doesn't even begin to express how shocked and saddened I'm feeling right now. The tears just seem to keep rolling of their own accord. Keep playing back the last time we saw in 2018, being around you was always a pleasant experience. All I can say is it is well.
Rest in peace and rest on in the Lord's bosom my dear cousin. Adieu
Posted by BUKY CAMPBELL on March 25, 2021
Idowu ogbo..... onijogbon mi. Kai.... Leyeeeeeee, Leyeeeeee. I can hear mummy calling him as I type. This hurts but we are consoled that you lived life fully, on your terms and in full authority and control of the ebb and flow.
Aburo mi.....sun re.
Omo beru baku, a ra mi.
❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Pat Corner on March 25, 2021
Still in shock. Can't believe you are really gone. I can't begin to say anything because it will end up to be chapter after chapter. I won't shed a tear for you either because I'm not going to refer to you in the past tense. Sleep well dear cousin.
Bose. 
Posted by idowu Nwandei on March 25, 2021
It came to me has a shock I have never seen one who is so determined like leye Campbell,  a goal getter even though I was Pretty young I could see the Positive drive for success in him, If you ask me he lived a wonderful fulfilled life and ran a good race. At the end of the day everyone would face a demise sooner or later. I still can't believe this is true maybe his not here with us in Person but I know his spirit and his legacy lives on.
Posted by Oyinda Balogun on March 25, 2021
My darlyn brother with a pure heart of gold.....hmmmmmm
Words fail me ooooo
Dont even know where to start from...
Oh life !!!!!!
Ur journey ended tooo soon ....
An angel in human form was what you were......you still called me Kenny G the last time we saw.....
You said .....Kenny wen u go com see me ....... 
You will 4eva remain in my ❤
Sun re ooooo egbon mii
Eyan ni e .....

Posted by Pat Corner on March 25, 2021
Still in shock. Can't believe you are really gone. I can't begin to say anything because it will end up to be chapter after chapter. I won't also she'd a tear for you either because I'm not going to refer to you in the past tense. Sleep well dear cousin.

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Posted by Tunde Alabi on March 30, 2021
I read about how kind and generous you were. I read about your willingness to support others every time, your love for others. There are good testimonies about you while you walked through this earth, well done brother. May God give you eternal rest. Good Night.
Posted by Bosede Salvador on March 28, 2021
Leye! You came and had an inpact on so many peoples lives. Though your journey was short but you lived it well and loved your calmness in any situation. Who am I to question God our Maker but to Thank him for having given me the opportunity to have known you as my brother. Sleep tight dear! Xx
Posted by Omonigho Ojemhen on March 26, 2021
Rest in perfect peace Leye.
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Shared by Charles Campbell on March 25, 2021
This is so surreal. We spoke for close to 30 minutes only on Saturday not knowing it would be the last time I would hear your voice. Your views may have been unpopular on so many issues but they were always based on facts. You lived your life to the fullest by working hard and playing extra hard. You were a goal-getter, ever ready to go the extra mile for someone in need. When I told Jeffrey you were gone, he called me a liar. You were the best brother I could ever have wished for. You left your family behind but we'll take care of them, don't worry. Mummy and Kemi are distraught while daddy and the rest of us are struggling to stay composed. As we relive memories of our time together on earth, we are consoled by the fact that you are at a better place. We love you but God loves you more.