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Sean P. Campbell and

Pamella Whyte Campbell

A Celebration of Life was held for Sean P. Campbell, age 34 and Pamella Whyte Campbell, age 26, husband and wife from Deer Creek, Minnesota on Saturday, September 28, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. at the Wadena-Deer Creek School in Deer Creek, Minnesota with Pastor Nate Loer officiating. Arrangements are provided by the Belmont Funeral Home of Henning, Minnesota. Tributes may be posted online at belmontfuneral.com

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Sean Patrick Campbell was born on August 31, 1979 to Gregory Hancock and Karen Campbell in Tuscon, Arizona. Sean grew up in Rochester, New York until he was 8 years old and then moved to Montana. When Sean was 17 he moved to Minnesota with a friend and was employed as a supervisor with Telecommunications in New York Mills. Sean then made his home in the Florida Keys where he was employed in sales at Radio Shack. Sean enjoyed traveling, especially to Jamaica where he met his future bride. In 2005 Sean purchased a home in Deer Creek, Minnesota.

Pamella Kacesia (Whyte) Campbell was born on January 11, 1987 to Patrick Whyte and Sonja Edward in Lodge District Warsop, Trelawny, Jamaica. Growing up in Jamaica, Pamela loved her family and enjoyed dancing and cooking, she was very jovial and loved to laugh. Pamella was 15 years old when she graduated from the Warsop All Age School. She made her home in Montego Bay, Jamaica where she was employed at a supermarket.

On April 27, 2007 Sean and Pamella were united in marriage in Jamaica. The next few years was a long distant relationship for Sean and Pamella. Sean resided at his home in Deer Creek while attending Wadena Technical College and recently St. Cloud State University. In January of 2012 Pamella was able to make her home with Sean in Deer Creek, Minnesota, where they raised their two children Britania, age 9 and Seanjay, age 5.

Sean and Pamella died on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 due to injuries sustained in a automobile accident in rural Henning, Minnesota. They will be dearly missed by their family and friends.

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