Chris Campau will be missed by all his family and friends. He was a fun, intelligent and loving guy. He could converse with anyone about anything. He would be the first one to offer his help if there was a need.
In his profession as an Inside Sales person for several Industrial equipment suppliers he would excel at product knowledge to the point that he was a valuable asset for plant personnel looking to solve difficult issues or process applications within the plant.
Chris had the talent to do anything he set his mind to. He lived in Texas for several years during his 20's and early 30's and also worked in the plumbing business during a few year stint in Tennessee. He returned home to the city of Wyandotte, Michigan where he was born and raised. A few years later Chris moved to Toledo, where he remained until his passing on September 10 of 2019.
In his leisure Chris loved the game of golf and became quite an accomplished player. He had fond memories of playing with his dad, Leon Campau and some of dad's fellow police officers, usually walking away with a few more bucks in his pocket than he had before he started. Chris enjoyed playing cards, being together with family and friends and ice cold Budweiser's. Chris lived his life his way and was respected and loved by the countless people that he met over the years. He was a son, brother, uncle, husband and friend. Love you Chris and may you rest in peace.
Love you Chris and may you rest in peace.
Chris was preceded in death by his parents, Leon and Shirley Campau and is survived by his siblings; Mark (Therese), Colette, Claudia, Matt, Melanie (Jeff) Charles, Curt (Shannon), Stacie (Rick) Stone and many nieces and nephews.
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