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Jennifer Aland Campbell
16 June 1962 -22 December 2018
Our beautiful sweetheart wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, and best friend passed away on 22 December 2018 surrounded by her loving family.
Jennifer was born in Montpelier, Idaho and grew up in the Salt Lake Valley. As a child, she loved dancing, playing piano, writing poetry, going to the prison rodeos, and always enjoyed family trips back to Idaho. She met and married the love of her life Jeff Campbell, who gave her unconditional love and happiness. This led to the two of them starting a family, and they were blessed with three beautiful children. With her family she enjoyed camping, puzzles, game nights, and showing the true meaning of Christmas to everyone. She had a strong testimony in the gospel of Jesus Christ, and was faithful member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This helped shape her into the angel she is, who always had everyone’s best interest at heart.
She started working at Tracy Collins Bank out of high school where she excelled in finance. She then went to work for Utah Disaster Kleenup where she become the manager of the Ogden branch. From there she decided to be a full time stay at home mom. She became very involved with the PTA, sports, boy scouts, as well as her daughters dance lessons. After seven years of excelling at home, she went back to work for the Department of Public Safety for the next nineteen years where she influenced the lives of many and was loved by all.
When she wasn’t working, she enjoyed spending time with her family and grandpups. She also enjoyed watching game shows, dancing with the stars, and supporting the Utah Jazz. She loved music and always said that it brought magic into her life.
Her selfless and loving nature will continue on through her loving and caring husband, Jeff; their three wonderful children: Jacob (Kelsey), Joshua, Julie (Chase) Rasmussen, and her grandson Gear; her parents, Roger and Linda; her siblings: Greg, Sherrie, and Spencer; and countless others that she loved and supported will remember her forever. She will be greatly missed by everyone who was lucky enough to have known her.
Funeral Service will be held Monday, December 31, 2018 at noon with a viewing two hours prior at the Cherry Village Ward, 2339 W 1900 S, Syracuse, UT.
Condolences may be sent to the family at www.aaronsmortuary.com.