William Chauncey Campbell, IV was born in Baltimore, MD on January 27, 1986. He was the youngest of 2 children to William Chauncey Campbell, III and the late Myrna (Mickey) Denise Campbell. He was Christened as an infant at Shiloh Methodist Church in Crisfield, MD.
Affectionally called CJ by his family, but also known as Will, he was educated in the Anne Arundel County Public School System. During his years in school, he participated in basketball, football and karate. In 2004, he graduated from North County High School located in Glen Burnie, MD. After graduation he attended Anne Arundel County Community College. Soon after, he began working for the United States Postal Service (USPS) as a temporary employee. He was later employed by USPS as a full-time employee and has there for over 15 years.
CJ/Will had a heart of gold and enjoyed helping others when he could. You could always depend on him to be a listening ear, give advice, pray for others or cry with loved ones during difficult times. He was proud to be an uncle and adored his nephew, Trevor. They enjoyed watching tv together and playing video games such as Sonic.
CJ/Will also had a sense of humor that not everyone knew about and loved making people laugh. He would often joke about not being a good cook but would happily sample meals. On Sundays, you could find him relaxing with his friends and cheering for his team-The Baltimore Ravens.
He leaves to cherish his memory his father William C. Campbell, III; his sister, Marquita Wilson (Terence); nephew, Trevor Wilson; his grandmothers, Marguerite Young and Patricia Lankford-Douglas; his great-aunt Romenia Douglas (Burnzie); his Godmother Bonnie Douglas-Cullen; his sister/cousin Romenia "Pooh" Hovington; bestfriend Kevin "Scooter" Cornish and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends and co-workers whom he considered to also be family.