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James Peter Campana
Sept. 3, 1926-April 26, 2013
Sonora formerly Pleasanton, California
From Jodi Turner
June 18, 2014

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From Rob Thomas
Sept. 15, 2013

High school band can be a rough experience, but not with Mr. C. He instilled passion without pain. He didn't demand quality, he achieved it. As a kid who changed uniforms at halftime, I find that I have more nostalgia for the band than sports. We were all so fortunate to have been mentored by Mr. C. Keep the horns swinging!

From Mitchell Angel
May 30, 2013

Mr. Campana was far more than a music teacher. Just to be involved in his program was an honor. Campana taught far more than music. Dedication, responsibility, perfection, persistance, work ethics, honesty. During my time with Campana my father died. I was 15 years old. Campana taught me how to depend on my music to help heal and stay out of trouble. When I graduated I auditioned and served in the US Army Bands. Amazing...the values Campana taught us were exactly what I needed to be sucessful in the Army and today. I will be eternally grateful. Until we meet again...

From Sandy Rymer Drengacz
May 14, 2013

I had the pleasure of being in the AVHS bands from 1967 through 1970. I have always held Mr. Campana in the highest regard as a musician, teacher, mentor and caring person. It's hard to express what a positive influence he was in my life during that time, and how much the band membership meant to me. He taught me how much I could improve when I dedicated myself to practice, and being a part of a group. My deepest sympathy goes out to his family members and friends.

From Sandy Rymer Drengacz
May 14, 2013

I had the pleasure of being in the AVHS bands from 1967 through 1970. I have always held Mr. Campana in the highest regard as a musician, teacher, mentor and caring person. It's hard to express what a positive influence he was in my life during that time, and how much the band membership meant to me. He taught me how much I could improve when I dedicated myself to practice, and being a part of a group. My deepest sympathy goes out to his family members and friends.

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