Joseph Foster Campagna, April 20, 1969-December 29, 2020.
God be with you brother and all of us who are blessed to know you as an amazing son, brother, father, friend, and soldier. Your encouragement, preparedness, strong opinions, crazy humor, all year Christmas spirit, and love for travel, home, and community will be carried on.
So many of us, even the young people in our friend and family group, call you a great friend because you talk with us on the telephone any time of day, plan awesome trips to keep us dreaming, keep us laughing even when times are hard, give us special gifts, and protect us with your strength and skills.
Joe is survived by his son Aidan Campagna, mother Kathleen Campagna, sisters Marjorie Feltus and Mindy Miskuff, and a host of people who continue to love you immensely while you are dwelling with God in heaven. Joe fiercely devoted his heart and time to faith, family, friends, and one of Joe’s highest loyalties was to the US Army.
The experiences and bonds he formed with fellow soldiers throughout the years he served greatly influenced his entire life. He proudly served his country during Operation Iraqi Freedom and was awarded the Combat Action Badge.
According to his wishes, Joseph Foster Campagna’s final resting place will be Arlington National Cemetery.