Jacob Campbell

Jacob Zachary Campbell, age 14 of Lakeland, Minnesota died tragically Tuesday October 12th, 2010 in Lakeland. Jacob was born on March 21, 1996 at Methodist Hospital in St. Louis Park, MN; the son of Terrance Thomas and Lisa Kay (Ziemer) Campbell. He attended schools in Atlanta as well as Afton – Lakeland Elementary. Currently, he was a student at Oak-Land Junior High in Lake Elmo.

Jacob loved his family. He thoroughly enjoyed spending time with cousins and family at Woodland’s Resort on Leech Lake. Camping, Water Skiing, and campfires were the best. Space Camp in Alabama was also most memorable. He was a former Boy Scout and served community hours such as ringing Salvation Army Bells or doing highway cleanup. He enjoyed tinkering and fixing things; especially if it had a circuit board or was electronic. His favorite pastime was playing Ultimate Frisbee. He and his brother helped form the group and best friends were formed from within.

Jacob will remain in the hearts of his parents Terrance and Lisa; brother Thomas and sister Elizabeth; maternal grandparents Martin and Lois Ziemer; Aunts/Uncles Theresa (Ray) Krueger, Karen (Pete) Eiden, Roxann (John) Lutterman, Ron (Jackie) Ziemer, Don (Francie) Ziemer; Paternal grandparents Dennis and Jean Finke; Aunts/ Uncles Shelley (Warren) Olson, April (Todd) Hartzler, Dusty (Jackie) Finke, as well as many cousins, relatives, and countless friends.

Celebration of Jacob’s life will be 10AM Saturday October 16th at Woodbury Lutheran Church, 7380 Afton Road in Woodbury. Burial will be in the Lakeview Cemetery in Lakeland. Visitation will be on Friday from 4 until 8PM at the O’Connell Family Funeral Home, 520 So. 11th St in Hudson. Memorials ARE preferred.


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