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Andrew Scott Campbell Sr. 1977 - 2021
Andrew Scott Campbell Sr.

NORTON — Andrew Scott Campbell, Sr. was born June 6, 1977 in McPherson, Kan. and was raised by Vivian and Randall Campbell. He passed away Nov. 21, 2021 at the age of 44. 

Andrew grew up in Great Bend and attended the local schools, where he was active in sports. He enjoyed traveling, working out, and fishing with his buddies. Andrew always noticed and paid special attention to children and made them feel loved. He loved food, animals, all kinds of music, and most of all he loved the Kansas City Chiefs. While in Norton, he worked on the Bullseye Ranch and helped renovate several buildings. Andrew lit up a room every time he walked in and most recently, he was a mentor to many who were struggling with addiction. He preached his sobriety and was so proud of his accomplishments, and his family was very happy for all that he had overcome. Andrew was a big part of the Freedom Choice Group and spent all his downtime encouraging others and uplifting them. 

Andrew was preceded in death by his father, Randall L. Campbell. He is survived by his mother, Vivian Campbell and husband LeRoy Armijo of Commerce City, Colo.; daughter, Haley Glover of Forsyth, Mo.; son, Andrew Glover Campbell, Jr. of Forsyth, Mo.; sister, Amy Campbell of Commerce City, Colo.; niece, Micayla Campbell of Brighton, Colo.; nephew, Dylan Campbell of Commerce City, Colo.; very special friend, Miranda Flores of Arvada, Colo.; and numerous cousins, family members and friends.

A Celebration of Life was held at the Bullseye Event Center in Norton on Saturday, Nov. 27 and followed by a balloon release at the Prairie Dog State Park in Norton. Memorial contributions may be made at or sent in care of Plumer-Gobber Funeral Home, 215 W. Main St., Norton, KS 67654. Condolences may be left at

Funeral arrangements provided by

Plumer-Gobber Funeral Home 

215 W. Main St. 

Norton, KS 67654

Great Bend (Kan.) Tribune, Dec. 1, 2021