John Emmett Campion

John Emmett Campion

October 23, 1953 - November 11, 2016

John Emmett Campion

October 23, 1953 - November 11, 2016


John Emmett Campion lives in , passed away at the age of 63.
Born on October 23, 1953 and passed away on November 11, 2016.

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4 responses to John Emmett Campion

  1. Family of John Campion: I used to work with Jack many years ago at the Law Offices of Henricksen, as I can recall, in No. Hollywood, as I was his assistant. We were all so very young. When I saw that he had passed, it was so very sad, as he was always so nice to everyone in office and very kind to me as my boss. Everyone in the office liked Jack and I think I even dated him one time, but we were all so very young and having fun in our lives. To his family, what a loss of a kind person within the law community that can be very unkind. Prayers are with you all. Cheryl Little-Lowry

  2. I’m a researcher and historian on the subject of TV game shows, and for years I was fascinated by Jack’s exploits in the world of television and his appearances on game shows in the 70s and 80s. I only learned of his passing very recently while making attempts at contacting him for a potential interview about his contestant experiences for inclusion in the National Archives of Game Show History. Jack played a role in the development of several beloved television series — a role more important than any casual viewer may realize. While I unfortunately did not have the pleasure of knowing him, I can only surmise that if Jack was as charismatic and charming off screen as he was on screen, then he must have brought untold brightness an d joy to those who did know him in real life. I mourn Jack’s passing and thank him for the happiness and fascination he brought to my life in his own unique way. My condolences to his family, friends and loved ones. Rest in peace Jack Campion.

    1. Robert K S says:

      I also tried to contact Jack about his game show exploits. His legal assistant denied knowledge of his involvement in game shows and he never got back to me. It’s a shame we weren’t able to learn more about his fun personal experiences! Many condolences to his family, loved ones, and fans.

  3. aaaa says:

    He had another claim to fame as he was a contestant on a number of game show pilots in the 70s and 80s, including Alex Trebek’s Jeopardy pilot, Blank Check, Let’s Get Personal, and Second Chance.

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