Harlan Michael “Mike” Campo, age 59, of Whitehall, Montana passed away on April 5, 2020 at his home. He was born to Harlene Hunt and A.J. Campo on July 15, 1960 in Napa, California. Mike was raised in Napa, and this is where he met his wife, Pam. He lovingly called Pam, “P.J.”. They were married on April 12, 1981 in Napa. Mike received his Associates degree and became a truck driver. He was a member of the NRA and also loved hunting, fishing, walking, and hiking with his dogs.
Mike is survived by his wife, Pam; children, Randy and Kimberly; stepmom, Rita Campo; brother, A.J. Campo; sisters, Robin Hunt, Raquel Rice, and Cheri Harbolt; and many nieces, nephews, and their children.
Mike was preceded in death by his mom, Harlene Hunt; his dad, A.J. Campo; his stepfather, Robert Hunt; and his brother, Terry Campo.
Please visit below to offer the family a condolence or to share a memory of Mike. Axelson Funeral and Cremation Services has been privileged to care for Mike and his family.
Read the thoughts and memories, then feel free to add your own.
Jean Thisius says
Dear Pam, My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of such sorrow. Not for Mike, but for yourself because you are the one left to grieve. Time does not heal but the loss becomes a part of your life and the memories become more frequent. At least, that’s the way I feel. After nearly 8 years, I miss Jack more, it seems but I remember fun times and happy times rather than the sad and angry times. I lost my faith in God for a long time, it seemed, and then as I accepted God into my heart again, my faith has become stronger and stronger. I hope you can see the rainbow at the end of your sudden grief and believe more and more that you have been the one to survive because you are strong and you can survive. You are loved by everyone you’ve met on the mountain and in Whitehall. I hope you know we are all praying for healing for you. See you soon. Jean
Lisa Janus says
My lovely cousin Pam and family. Dearest condolences in time time of sadness. With all my love & blessings,
Dear Pam & Randy & Kim: My heart and prayers have been with you from the beginning of Mike’s health issues. The thing I will always remember most in my heart about Mike is how much he absolutely loved his mountain home. I will miss seeing him out there walking the dog, and I will always remember how much he treasured this area and that I should too. He was a true blue friend and neighbor and he will be greatly missed by all! 😢❤️ Love, Tim & Denise
Fran and Dave Rankin says
Pam, life is a gift and God can call us home at any time. Mikes time was cut short, but his pain and suffering went on for years. He is now at peace and free of pain.
Remembering the good times with you and Randy and Kim and his numerous family members.
It will take time to get through the loneliness, the absence of your partner, best friend, but you will.
Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers.
IUOE Local 400, Board, Members and Staff says
May it comfort you to know how many caring thoughts are with you at this sad moment.