In Memory

Larry Campos - Class Of 1966

Larry Campos

Larry passed away on Monday 12-12-16 at his home in Pleasanton. Larry died of a Heart Attack.  Larry was a Veteran and much involved in the Message Forum. He will be dearly missed on our PHS site.  Rest in Peace Larry.

 

****  There will be services for Larry on Feb 18th 2017 at 1:00 PM at the Veterans Hall in Pleasanton ****



 
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12/13/16 12:18 PM #1    

John Tapia (1967)

So sorry to hear. Larry was one of the most active members on our High School Forum. He will be missed. Rest in Peace Larry. 


12/13/16 01:30 PM #2    

Vincent Acosta (1967)

i am deeply saddened by the loss of Larry. he was my friend. we leaned on each other when we were down. Larry was a loyal american and friend. i will greatly miss larry and our frequent emails and phone calls. i talked with Larry last week and he sounded happy even though he was very ill. REST IN PEACE MY FRIEND I STILL GOT YOUR BACK. you will be greatly missed.


12/14/16 05:07 AM #3    

Joseph Ferreira (1966)

This is so sad. Larry was a good friend, rest in peace my friend.


12/15/16 08:56 AM #4    

Gustavo G. Lopez Jr. (1980)

My condolences go out to the Campos family. May you rest in peace Larry


12/15/16 07:55 PM #5    

Michael Wilske (1966)

It has taken a couple of days to absorb the news of Larry's passing. We grew up together on Tudor Road and spent many of our early teens playing football and baseball together. Larry was an exceptional athlete and could have easily been a PHS star. We spent some time at drive ins and cruising the "strip". After graduation he bought his dream car. A light blue Plymouth Road Runner. He was in the wedding party of my first marriage and I remember visiting him in Victorville while he was in the Air Force. We had many good memories growing up but as what usually happens we lost touch later on. I was very disappointed not to see him at the recent reunion but knew he had some issues from his Vietnam service. You were like a brother growing up. God bless, rest in peace and I love you.


12/16/16 05:13 PM #6    

Larry Campos (1966)

Good Evening,

This is Nicole. I am the daughter Larry Campos! I wanted to let everyone know that my father passedaway Monday morning in his home in Pleasanton with his family by his side. He had a pulmonary embolism. He is forever missed and dancing amongst the stars. I love you Dad.

Nicole Camarena (Campos)


12/17/16 06:37 PM #7    

Darold House (Cornell) (Cornell) (1966)

My God. I cannot believe this.  I grew up with Larry and we played ball and attended school together.  I often read his posts for this site and enjoyed them. We finally hooked up by writing each other. He wanted me to send him a picture of the Vietnam memorial which I did as I was in Wash. DC last year. Since we are close to the same age, reality is setting in. It saddens me to hear of this news, taking nothing away of others in our school who have also passed. I will miss reading his posts. He was so caring and the nicest guy anyone would ever have to meet. He had a great sense of humor-always smiling. I will miss him dearly. God Bless you Larry! My deepest condolances to his wonderful family. 

Darold


12/30/16 08:47 AM #8    

Barbara Brennan (Scallan) (1966)

So sorry to hear about Larry's passing.  His posts on this site were nice to read, positive and uplifting.  Prayers for him & his family.


12/31/16 03:03 PM #9    

Larry Campos (1966)

If anyone has any questions regarding my fathers services please feel free to E-mail his Daughter Nicole Camaren at NCamarena814@gmail.com

Thank you all again for the wonderful outpouring of love and prayers sent to our family. My father was loved very much and it is incredible how many people have come and showed so much support to my mother, brother and my self. The gratitude we have will never be enough! Thank you so much!

 

Nicole Camarena & Family!


05/03/17 09:11 AM #10    

John McCarthy (1972)

This last December I thought that Larry and I were finally going to be able to meet again. The last time I had seen Larry was at my uncle Richard Hammetts house back in the early 60's. I was so excited at the thought of finally seeing him! He was always happy go lucky and sounded so excited for us getting together. I was out in Livermore last December visiting family now that I live in Texas. When I called Larry to set up a time he had informed me that he had had a bout with pneumonia so for me to just keep checking in with him to set something up. I was so shocked when I found out that he had passed! I deeply regret never having been able to see you Larry, RIP Brother!


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