Jason Michael Campbell passed away March 8th 2023 after a long hard fought battle with cancer. He was born on May 5, 1973 to Barbara and James Campbell. He married Molly Whitmore and they are the parents of five children: Morgan, Marley (Kaleb Paulsen), Caleb, Rachel, and Audrey. Jason grew up in Orem, UT and as a young boy he loved playing sports, going on "walkabouts" with his brothers and neighborhood friends and being outside, especially at his grandparents orange ranch in CA. \n\nHe graduated from Orem High, where he was very proud to play football for the Tigers. He was invited to play football and baseball for BYU. After throwing his arm out as a pitcher he dedicated the rest of his athletic college career to football and was invited as a freshman to travel to the Holiday Bowl. \n\nHe served a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Cordoba, Argentina Mission. It was a life changing experience for him. He loved the people that he met, his mission companions, and sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ. Twenty years after he served he was able to return to Cordoba for the dedication of the Cordoba temple. He was able to reconnect with many of the people he had known and loved. \n\nBefore his mission Jason met Molly Whitmore and they wrote letters to each other for two years. They were married on June 27th in the Salt Lake Temple. They lived in Provo while they continued their schooling and playing football. After Molly graduated they moved to West Virginia where Jason played football for WVU and continued his undergraduate courses. He was invited to work out with the then St. Louis Rams but felt he had accomplished what he wanted with football and decided not to attend.\n\nJason attended WVU Dental School where he excelled academically.. He enjoyed many friendships with his classmates and professors which continue today. While in Dental School he developed leadership skills as President of his dental school class and as a Counselor in his church Bishopric. Jason and Molly had two daughters Morgan and Marley and enjoyed this exciting time in their lives.\n\nAfter graduating from dental school Jason and Molly moved to Georgia where he opened his first dental practice, Campbell Dental. He was a successful businessman and this one practice eventually turned into 3. He was known for being kind, thorough, and quick and his patients loved him. One of his favorite things to do was to surprise his patients at the end of treatment with a discounted rate or no charge at all. He eve\n\nMolly and Jason completed their family with three more children: Caleb, Rachel, and Audrey. Jason loved his children deeply. He worked hard to make sure they had many opportunities and experiences. He shared his love of the outdoors with his family and frequently took them fishing, camping, hunting, snorkeling, tide pooling, and boogie boarding. His favorite places to vacation were Cherry Grove, SC, Cocoa Beach, FL, the Bahamas, Huntington Beach and Corona Del Mar, CA, Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon.\n\nJason loved any type of sports and coached his children in anything they wanted to try and often lead their teams to championships. He played in a men's soccer league and made life long friends with his teammates from around the world. When his son was invited to workout with soccer teams in England and Spain, Jason was quick to go too. \n\nService was another important part of Jason's life. He and Molly volunteered together with CASA to advocate for children in foster care. He went to Guatemala twice on dental service missions. He volunteered much of his time in his church callings and his favorites were any that involved working with the youth. He taught Seminary, Sunday school and served many times as the Young Men's President. He would plan adventurous trips for the teenagers that he worked with, going deep sea fishing off the coast of South Carolina or camping on Cumberland Island, GA. \n\nJason and his family eventually moved to UT where he briefly taught at Roseman Dental School and set up his own dental practice in Provo. Shortly after their move west Jason was diagnosed with stage IV nasopharyngeal cancer. He was given a few months to live but Jason took this diagnosis as a challenge and quickly researched all he could about cancer, treatments, specialists, and clinical trials. He fought for 51/2 years, experiencing many miracles along the way. His faith never wavered. \n\nJason is survived by his wife Molly and their children Morgan, Marley (Kaleb Paulsen) Caleb, Rachel and Audrey, his parents and 3 siblings. He is preceded his death by his loving grandparents.