Rejon Aamir Campbell also known as Re-Re was born on October 19, 2003 to Latrice Wells and Russell Campbell Sr. in Los Angeles, CA at California Hospital Medical Center.
Rejon’s early childhood was spent in Los Angeles where he enjoyed going on family outings, playing with his cousins, and spending quality time with his dad and brother Russell Jr. He was a very smart and inquisitive child from a very young age. Rejon began his education at 24th Street Elementary School in Los Angeles and was recognized as being gifted.
Rejon relocated to Las Vegas, Nevada in July 2012 with his father, stepmother Laquitha, brother Russell Jr., stepsister Aaliyah and stepbrother Benjamin (BJ). He was really close to his siblings and had fun spending family time together, listening to music, going to the library, watching anime movies, eating snacks and making their signature “Syrup Milk”. When his baby sister Re’Niyah was born, he was very protective and created a special bond with her. He was becoming a little man who wanted to protect his family.
He attended Will Beckley Elementary, Harney Middle School and Western High School in Las Vegas. His favorite subject was Science, but he enjoyed the challenge of Algebra and showed interest in drama class. Rejon also liked sports. If he wasn’t playing basketball with family or friends, he was watching football, and very recently he showed an interest in playing baseball. Rejon loved writing music and was following in his father’s path as a lyricist. He had dreams and aspirations of becoming the next known rapper.
Rejon joined the Dunamis Process program where he participated and graduated from T.H.U.G.L.I.F.E. Manhood or True Hero Under God Live in Freedom Evermore. He was being influenced by mentored black and brown men who encouraged him to be alive and free by surrendering to God. Through this program he was introduced to boxing and began light-weight boxing. He will be remembered for being a brilliant young man who was likable and able to reason with you.
Rejon leaves to cherish his memory, mother, Latrice Wells; father, Russell Campbell Sr., stepmother; Laquitha Hickman, two brothers: Russell Campbell Jr. and Benjamin (BJ) Oliphant, five sisters; I’Teaona Wells, Tone’ Anderson, Trinity Parker, Aaliyah Oliphant, and Re’Niyah Campbell, aunts, uncles, cousins, and a host of other relatives and friends.
Rejon departed this life and was reunited with his grandmother, Lucy White, great-grandparents, Roxanna Sealey, Uleen White, Curtis Wells, Tessola Matthews, Robert Jones, and cousin; Matthew Middleton on November 27, 2020.
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