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Jermaine D. Campbell

(ROANOKE) Jermaine D. Campbell, 26, of Roanoke, passed away on Monday, Sept. 25, 2023.

Jermaine was born to Edward Campbell and mother Angela Trammell Campbell, on March 2, 1997, in Roanoke. Jermaine was a graduate of Handley High School class of 2015 earning an advanced diploma in the school’s “gifted program.” Jermaine was also a star player on the Handley basketball team. Jermaine attended college at Alabama State University in Montgomery. He loved rapping; friends and family commented about his ability to flow. He would make mixtapes as he developed his raps. Jermaine was an all-round gamer. He liked video games like NBA 2K and card games like spades and dominoes. He was skilled with electronics and computers. Jermaine’s skills and devotion to the church earned him the sound engineer’s role at New Life Worship Center in Roanoke, where he was a faithful member. He valued quality time with friends and family. Jermaine loved fishing, especially with his dad.

Jermaine was preceded in death by his grandparents: Edward Campbell, Sr., Bennie Mae Campbell, and Christine Trammell. He is survived by his parents; one brother, Mario Campbell (Essence) of Oklahoma City, OK; grandfather, the Reverend William H. Trammell, of Roanoke; uncles, Dwayne Campbell of Chicago, IL, and the Rev. Jerome Trammell (Cherita) of Roanoke; aunts, Valerie Alston (William) of Lagrange, Ga. and Carol Trammell of Roanoke; one nephew, Dallas Campbell of Oklahoma City; a special friend who was his heart, Shatyra Beasley of Monroeville; and a host of friends and family.

A celebration of life ceremony was held Saturday, Sept. 30 at noon at New Beginning Outreach Ministries in Roanoke.

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