Jeremy Lamar Campbell


Jeremy Lamar Campbell, age 37 of Monroe, GA passed away peacefully on March 19, 2021.  A Celebration of Life Service will be held 6:00 pm Wednesday, March 24, 2021 at Lawson Funeral Home Chapel.  The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service.  Mr. Campbell was born on July 27, 1983 in Stockbridge, Georgia.  He loved music and attending concerts.  His family said watching movies, playing video games and Dungeons and Dragon.  He painted, collected figurines, watching movies and tattoo’s.  Cooking was another passion, so he perused a degree in Culinary Art.  He was preceded in death by his mother Lora Spivey Campbell.  Survived by his wife Leeann Elliott Campbell of Monroe.  Children; Dylan Fisher, Connor Fisher, Jacob Elliott, Emrys and Killian Campbell all of Monroe.   Special Friend Amanda Robertson and extended family.  Lawson Funeral Home in Charge of Arrangements located at 4532 Hwy 53 Hoschton, Georgia 30548 * 706-654-0966 or visit our website at to sign the online guest registry.

4 thoughts on “Jeremy Lamar Campbell”

  1. I worked with Jeremy in Key West Florida in 2014. He was the life of the kitchen and his legendary commentary and ability to command the line will be remembered by us all. I remember a server coming into the kitchen and stating, “There’s little kids out there that are terrified listening to his screaming!” Only 2 cooks worked the lunch shift and he would rather get buried in orders than ever ask for help. One of my favorite co-workers of all time, may he reign supreme in Heaven.

  2. I was a regular at the waffle in Monroe that Jeremy worked at and it was always a pleasure seeing Jeremy excited everyday at work. He was one of the most excited cooks I’ve ever met in my life and helped me give life to my food challenge ideas. I’m going to miss our long talks, funny jokes, and D&D games for hours at 2AM while we waited for customers.

  3. I didn’t know the man for long but he taught me a lot in the little time I did. He trained me in January and February and always talked very high of my skills and my listening ability. His praise pushed me to do better and sadly he never got to see it but I was moved to supervisor and master go just a few days before he moved on.

  4. This is the mother of Jeremy’s first wife, and grandmother to his daughter, Avalon. We all loved Jeremy and even though we haven’t seen him in several years, it’s very sad knowing that he is no longer with us.
    I still see him standing over our stove cooking Italian food (of course) and saying, “You guys have real butter!?!?!”
    He kept us laughing with his stories and entertained us with his beautiful, tenor voice. ( Only a man with true confidence in his masculinity can sing ABBA songs.)
    We look forward to seeing you again, Jeremy. When you wake up, come find us. John 11:11-14.

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