of Harrison, AR
July 23, 1968 - August 25, 2021
Michael "Mike" Allen Campbell, age 53, of Harrison, passed away Wednesday, August 25, 2021, in Harrison. He was born July 23, 1968, in Emporia, Kansas, the son of James and Frances (King) Campbell. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Garrett and Audrey Campbell; and his maternal grandparents, Burl and Versal King. Mike worked as a truck driver for many years. Mike is survived by his parents, James and Frances Campbell, of Harrison; his significant other, Robin Averette, of Harrison; one son, Waylon James Campbell, of Carl Junction, Missouri; one daughter, Desiree Nicole Sinor, of Bergman; one sister, Melissa Campbell, of Springdale, Arkansas; and three grandchildren with one more blessing on the way. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him. Services were private. The family respectfully requests that there be no flowers sent.
Your in Hog Heaven now brother. Thanks for the memories and WPS!!!
#RIP, PRJ. Will definitely miss seeing you around Razorback message boards and social media.Prayers & condolences to family and loved ones. May His peace be with you all.
PRJ was such a huge Razorback fan and brought a lot of entertainment to many of the fan message boards especially Hogville, where he will remain a legend for many of its members. Thanks for the memories PRJ. God bless and may you rest in Hog Heaven!
I am so sorry for your loss. Our prayers and thoughts are with you. If we can help in any way just let me know. We love you.
Mike, in the short time we had to work together you became a good friend and I'm lucky to have gotten the chance to know you. Jim Planek
Frances, so sorry for your loss.
PRJ was a very bright light in a sometimes dark world. Genuine love for family and his Hogs. You'll be missed.
We grew up together. I am so sorry to hear about this. He was a real good friend. I will be praying for his family. I am so sorry and I will be praying for you all. This is a terrible loss
So many memories growing up, wish we had more recent memories. Sending all my love and prayers to Aunt Fran, Uncle Robert and Melissa.
Mike lived next to me in the Twin Towers dorm at ASU during our first year of college. He was a long distance runner on the track team, a good guy, and a constant source of entertainment. We have not been in touch in quite a while, but I still think of him often and I will miss him a lot.
Melissa and Family, I am so sorry! I am so shocked and saddened to hear about Mike. He was a such a good friend to me when we were younger and he was always so funny! He will be greatly missed!! Praying hard for you all and keeping you all close to my heart. I am so sorry praying for you all ❤️❤️
Mike was definitely one of a kind, a jokester always making everyone laugh. Prayers for Robin and the family.
RIP Mike. Prayers to his family and friends. Set in for DAC with Waylon till he gets there. Gonna miss you brotha.
So sorry, prayers to all the family
The Angles are all rubbing their hands together up in Heaven and I can't wait to hear what you all have been up to once I get there.To all of his family, I know you don't want to hear this but you got him for a lot longer than the rest of us.. and we are a mite jealous.Glory be to God and his children who come home to rest and may you his family find peace in the knowledge that he is in God's arms.
I love you. We will all miss you. You'll always be with us forever my cuz my brother
Frances and family, I’m so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you
PRJ will be missed by all on Hogville. Our prayers are with you.
Going to miss you cuz this is a tough one
One of the most entertaining guys to ever grace Hogville. This guy had enough charisma for any five other guys I "knew" on there. Best frenemy you could ever have. You will be missed PRJ.
I do not know even how to begin this. It was such a shock to find out Mike has left us. He was passionate about his family and the Hogs as well as being a loyal friend. He will be missed and I promise you that he left this world better than he found it. PRJ, call those Hogs from on high my friend. Eric
Very sorry to hear about this. Prayers for the family.
Be at peace my friend. You will be missed by me and all our mutual friends. I just wish there had been more time for us to meet up at least once more.
Rest In Peace brother. Say Hi to Waylon for me! You got the best seats in the house every game for now on. Take care up there, I’ll miss you on Twitter and the Rant. Prayers for the Campbell family, he was special to those of us on the internet. No telling how special he was to y’all!
Francis and James, we are deeply sorry for you loss, our prayers and condolences for your family. If there is anything we can do please let us know. 🙏🙏🙏
So so sorry to hear of Mike's "PRJ" passing so unexpectedly. He has been a good friend to me over the last year or so since we met online in the Hogville Forum. May he rest in peace and soar on the wings of the eagles in heaven. Isaiah 40:31
So sad. We had been frenemies for almost 2 decades on Hog message boards. He was a character and he will be missed. Call those Hogs from heaven PRJ!!
Words cannot express the pain I feel for you, Mike we lost paths but you will always be right in my heart, I would not be who I am or even here without you. Fly high brother
I'm so sorry for your loss. Love you all.
Our lives were better for having you in it.
I am shocked and saddened by the passing of one of my dearest and closest friends and confidants. May God Bless the family and all who loved Mike. I love you and miss you dearly my friend. Go be with God, your heavenly family and all your country music hero’s. I’ll see you on the other side my friend. John
Praying for the family. I never met Mike and often called him Jimmy in our almost daily talks. He loved his family very much, he talked about y'all all the time. I am so sad
A hogville legend Gone and greatly missed . A true hog fan till the end. you now have the best seats in Razorback Stadium . Cheer on and God bless and comfort the family
I'm so sorry to hear this. God bless the family of this wonderful man. He was a devout believer. See you Heaven someday my friend.
Gonna miss you friend. The tavern will miss you. The Newton Co mafia shall live on.Go Hogs