Eugene P. Campbell, age 89, passed away peacefully at home on October 1, 2020. Gene was born on July 18, 1931 to Harrison and Edith Campbell. He met and married Lorraine Leroy Sitterud in 1974 while working as a traveling journeyman plumber/pipe fitter at the Huntington Power Plant. For the first time in his life, he laid down roots, in Huntington, Utah.\n\nGene was a gifted carpenter and musician. After retirement, he and Lorraine traveled throughout the entire United States whenever possible, for months at a time. After her death in 2015, Gene's fondest tales were memories of their adventures together on the road.\n\nGene and Lorraine had a blended family of ten children and many grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren, all over the United States. Gene's love of the great outdoors, his generosity in giving to others, his love of God and family, his service to his country (Korean War), his love of music (including composing),\nhis dedication to hard work and always giving everything his best, is evidenced in all ten of his children and their children. Hard workers, great adventurers in travel, pastors/evangelists, gifted carpenters and musicians, all branches of the service represented, gifted homemakers, educators, medical, corporate, real estate and legal\nprofessionals, banking, coal mining, construction, hair stylists/salon owners. He was proud of their hard work and accomplishments. His advice and wisdom was simple and straightforward.\n\nGene is survived by children: Lannie (Glenys) Sitterud, Emery, UT; Dave (the late Karen) Campbell, Farmington, NM; Lorrie (Bob) Denison, Huntington, UT; Patti (Paul) Jensvold, Dayton, OH; Debbie (Rick) Campbell, Austin, CO; Carl (Jodi) Sitterud, Cleveland, UT; Brian (Jamie) Campbell, Cumming, GA; Robert "Jeep" (Shannon)\nCampbell, USA; Teri (James) Bladen, Columbus, OH; Wendy (the late Dale) Black, Huntington, UT.\n\nGene was preceded in death by his wife, Lorraine Leroy Sitterud Campbell; parents Harrison and Edith Campbell; brothers Father John Campbell, Frank Campbell, Dick Campbell and Charlie Campbell; sisters Rose Gillespie, Agnes Alexander, Marcy Benedict and Sister Gertrude Campbell; son-in-law Dale Black, daughter-in-law Karen\nCampbell, and granddaughter Angela Campbell.\n\nMass will be at the Catholic Mission Church in Huntington, UT Thursday October 15th at 2:00 pm for family only. Live streaming of the service will be available on the Fausett Mortuary Facebook Page. The burial will be at Huntington City Cemetery at 4:00 pm \n\nFamily and friends may sign the online guestbook and share memories of Eugene at www.fausettmortuary.com.