Our beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, and friend entered into heaven’s gates on December 4, 2021 at the age of 72. He was born on April 13, 1949 in San Antonio, Texas to parents: Epifanio and Maria Campos. He attended High School in Edgewood ISD, and worked as a Master Plumber for over 30 years. Epifanio was a loving husband and he met his first love, Pearl Montez in 1962. The two shared a blissful union of 56 years, and raised their children as a family. He was also a dedicated member of Family Believers Christian Church. In addition to his faith, he had a funny sense of humor and enjoyed what it brought to those around him. His passion for music led him to play the guitar for many years. His memories will be cherished and kept alive by his family. His beautiful smile will forever be remembered. He is preceded in death by his parents, his sister Dora Mendoza, his brothers Danny and Gilbert Campos, and his beloved son Donny David Campos. He is survived by his loving wife, Pearl Campos, his children: Jose Campos (Maria), Leonard Campos (Virginia), Maggie Bravo (Oscar), and his daughter-in-law: Joanne Campos; brothers: Ruben Campos and Jesse Campos; sisters: Josie Esquivel, Patsy Reyes, Alice Aguilar; grandchildren: Ernest, Crystal, Joey, Vanessa, Destiny, David, Donny Jr., Oscar, Matthew, Erica, Ariel, and Emilie, 14 great-grandchildren; and numerous other close relatives and friends.

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  1. I’m gonna miss your priceless laugh popo. You were my father figure, you taught me how to treat a lady taught me how to work hard, taught me not to give up on anything I want in life. You always made sure to tell me to kiss and hug the girls for you. So from now on I give them double hugs and double kisses! You will be missed but never forgotten 😓🕊🙏🏼 Fly high my angel

  2. My deepest condolences to Tia Pearl and cousins. I love you all and pray for peace and comfort during this difficult time. What I would do to go back in time and enjoy all the laughter and music our family shared when I was a kid. Praying for you always. May Tio Veve rest in peace and let perpetual light shine upon him.

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