Bishop Marvin Odell Campbell

Bishop Marvin Odell Campbell was born March 21,1951 in Domino, Texas to Elbert and Mary Campbell.   Bishop Campbell transitioned from this life Sunday, February 25, 2024 in Texarkana, Texas.  He united with Golden Gate Baptist Church of Domino, Texas at a young age.   He was a graduate of Queen City High School.   He later attended Texarkana College.

Bishop Campbell married Callene Simington on March 18, 1973 in Arkansas at New Hope Baptist Church.   To this union were born four beautiful children.   He retired from the Air Force and retired as Fire Chief from Red River Army Depot.  Marvin truly loved life and spending time with Callene, his kids, and grandkids.  His  hobbies include fishing, gardening, and traveling.   Marvin was a member of Friends of the Park(Cass County) and volunteered at the Christian Food Pantry.

Bishop Campbell was the founder and Pastor of Kingdom Faith Ministries of Domino, Texas.  Prior to that, He pastored New Testament Baptist, Naples, Texas for several years.  The former Mayor of Domino, Texas.   He was also the first Fire Chief in Domino, Texas and the first black Chief  of RRAD.

Services will be held Saturday, March 2, 2024 at 11:00 A.M at Kingdom Faith Ministries, Domino, Texas with Rev. Terrence Campbell, officiating.    Viewing is from 5:00 P.M. until 7:00 P.M. at Coleman Atlanta Funeral Home.  Burial will be at New Hope Cemetery, Doddridge,  Arkansas.

He was preceded in death by his father and mother.

Marvin leaves to cherish his memory, his wife, Callene Campbell of Domino, Texas; three sons, Brian Simington (Deadra), of Texarkana, Arkansas, Terrence Campbell (Melinda) of Hallsville, Texas, Torrance Campbell (Stephanie) of Washington, DC; one daughter, Kimberly Lewis (Quinntodd) of Fate, Texas; nineteen grandchildren, four great grandchildren, sibling, nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives and friends.


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7 Responses to Bishop Marvin Odell Campbell

  1. Patricia J. Adams says:

    Thank you for all the love, confidence and peace you shared. Moments when you reminded us to pray and trust in God. Just cast your cares upon the Lord”.????
    We thank God for you!!

  2. fay davis sewell says:

    praying for you and yours
    your cousin from las vegas nv

  3. Naudean Dixon Austin says:

    May God Bless Sis. Callene Simington Campbell and family during this time of sadness.
    Trust in the Lord with all Thine heart and lean not to your own understanding. Proverbs

  4. Troy Austin says:

    You will be missed.
    Troy and Ashley Austin

  5. Patricia J. Adams says:

    We love you and will miss you!

  6. Edwin Stuckey says:

    Marvin was a wonderful person and a high school classmate
    . He always had a cheerful heart and will be sorely missed

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