On April 9th 2020 we lost a loved one, a son , a brother, a father , a lifelong friend. Darren was an amazing person with a heart full of gold. It’s funny how god works sometimes we questions his actions, but what we can’t question is that he does things for the best. Darren could light up anyplace at anytime with his smile. His persona was so contagious you couldn’t help but want to be around him more and more. The amount of love Darren gave other people has come full circle and is now being reciprocated. The memories we all shared with Darren are not gone even though he is, the love we share for Darren is not gone just because he is, and just because he is not here physically with us anymore does not mean he is gone. Darren lives through all of us. His kids his brothers and sisters his mother and fathers. Darren lives through us now and we can’t let that go in vein. We know what Darren would have wanted and tearful eyes or long faces is not it. He would want us to celebrate his life for what is was and who he was; a happy man, with a smile full sunshine. We've lost a loved one but gained an angel. God must’ve needed a strong soldier to stand by his side and that’s why our brother was called home. Don’t think of him as gone, Darren is our special angel that’s watching over us and guiding us on our next path in life whatever it may be. Darren will live on through his children; one son Marcus Campbell and a daughter Naomi Campbell, his Chantel Bromell his mother Shameka Miles, his Father Walter Foster and stepdad Jason Wright, his brothers Jahmori Wright and Nijaye Foster, his sisters KeEssence Wright and Nitoria Foster, his grandmothers Delisa Campbell and Lucinda Foster, Great grandmother Annie Campbell, six uncles Reggie, Donell, Jerry, Wayne, Jermaine, and Lawrence, three aunts Vinna, Jackie, and Lisa. A host of cousins that was always down for him , and truly special friends that are like his blood family.
Darren Campbell of Myrtle Beach passed on Thursday April 9, 2020. There will be a private viewing 2:00 p.m. Friday April 17, 2020. Ocean View Funeral Home of Myrtle Beach is in charge of arrangments.
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