ForeverMissed
His Life
Friends,
So many have been blessed by the life and ministry of brother Tom Campbell. He fulfilled his call, and provided strength, wisdom and guidance to the body of Christ for many decades. The scripture says in I Cor. 4:15 For though you might have ten thousand instructors in Christ, yet you do not have many fathers. This was certainly true with brother Tom. He was a father and a true prophetic voice to us. He will certainly be missed, though his instruction will live on in our hearts.

Please continue your prayers for sister Judy and the Campbell family during this time of grief and adjustment. The family will be having their own private memorial for bro. Tom.

We are providing her information below if you would like to send your condolences directly.
Email: campbellcastle2@gmail.com
Phone: 262-670-5769 (leave a message)
Address: 230 Hilldale Dr.  #1205, Hartford, WI 53027

Also, if you would like to provide an offering, you can send it directly to sister Judy at the above address, or tax deductible through Sonlight Ministries https://www.sonlightministries.com/support/ or mail to P.O. Box 1128, Mahomet, IL 61853.

May God bless you for your love and expressions of support to them at this time.
Thomas Campbell was born on September 29, 1929, and went to be with Lord on March 7, 2021.

He grew up in the Milwaukee, Wisconsin area and served in the U.S. Military during the Korean Conflict. Shortly after being discharged from the Army he attended Bible College. Three years later he began serving the Lord and His people. This was the beginning of his traveling ministry, all through the US, the Caribbean and Europe. This he did for over 60 years. Retirement saw him working for the Lord in a limited capacity.

He is survived by his wife, Judy and children Sarah (Chris)Myers and Tony. Also his grandchildren Angela, Andrew, Abby Myers and Reilly; brother Robert(Nancy) Campbell and we might add the whole body of Christ that has been touched with his ministry.

Well done good and faithful servant! We shall miss you.