Chris Luvaas Campbell

chris campbell
Chris Luvaas Campbell went home to his Lord on July 4th, 2010 peacefully at his home in Oakton, Virginia surrounded by his friends and family. Chris was 41 years old when he passed after a seven-year struggle with serious health issues that started with blood clots in his lungs, took him through a double-lung transplant and ended with brain cancer.

Chris is survived by his wonderful bride, Dorothy and four amazing children; Taylour Ann (19), Steffen Luke (15), Cole James (11), and Cassie Theodora (7). Dorothy and the children are Chris's greatest legacy, and he is both honored and humbled to have been the husband and father God chose in their lives. Dorothy and his children showered Chris with enough love and blessings to last him three lifetimes!

Chris was born on March 5, 1969 in Valley Forge, PA before his family moved to McLean, VA in 1972. Chris was the youngest of the six children (Jim, Laurie, Bill, Janny and Bonnie) of Floyd (Corky) and Lee Campbell, who founded Community Bible Study (an international and inter-denominational ministry). Chris' father is the only one who has preceded him into Glory.

Chris lived in the Northern Virginia area for most of his life. He graduated from Langley High School in 1986 and then attended the Georgia Institute of Technology where he received his B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering in 1991. Chris also earned his MBA degree from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia in 1995.

Chris has spent his entire career in the local consulting industry working for Booz Allen, Arthur Andersen, and BearingPoint before launching his own company in March 2003. Chris founded Washington Consulting, growing it rapidly until it was sold in 2006. Chris then founded his next company, Integrity Consulting ( in 2007 with three other partners. Their vision for Integrity is to build a strong local consulting practice founded on a commitment to apply the values of Jesus Christ in the business world and to have a lasting impact on people's lives in our community by donating profits and services. Chris leaves the company in capable hands and with prayers for the Lord's continued blessing and direction.

Chris has always been an active participant in his community, serving with Young Life ministries in high school and college, building friendships with his brothers in the Kappa Sigma fraternity at Georgia Tech, leading the Christian Fellowship and community service organizations at Darden, playing on the Georgia Tech men's volleyball team and on several regional club teams in the DC area, working with the youth group at Vienna Presbyterian Church, and spending many wonderful seasons coaching the soccer teams for each of his children in the Vienna Youth Soccer program. Chris also served on the Green Hedges School Board of Trustees.

Chris has never measured his success based on achievements or involvement or titles. His battles with a terminal illness in the prime years of his life brought his focus in to loving and serving his family and friends to the best of his ability and to the glory of God.

Chris is depending on the promises and faithfulness of Christ Jesus to protect and carry his family forward.

"And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons, neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord." (Rom 8:28, 38-39)

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Chuck and I were so sorry to hear about Chris, though we know that he is certainly far better off. We know his family will miss him dearly. I remember how his mom would often talk about him in CBS. The Campbell family has been an important part of our lives, mine especially as I worked at the National Service Center for CBS for 19 yrs, and attended CBS for most of 35 yrs. May the Lord bring comfort, grace and peace to each of you. Chuck sends his love and prayers with me.

  2. Dear Cambell siblings of Chris, My memories of Chris are so vivid through Lee’s speaking of him in CBS class when he was a little boy. I truly had planned to come to Money and King either Friday or Saturday, but personal circumstances have prevented it. I send much love to you all: Laurie, Jeanette, Bonny, Bill and also Jim, although I know the girls and Bill the best. May the Lord bless you all and comfort you and Chris’ family in this loss, but God’s gain! Sincerely in Christ, Betty Wright McLean, VA

  3. Our hearts are so heavy for you all. We are praying for God’s grace to carry you through this dark, dark place. Having been through the loss of our beloved spouses in 2004, we know how hard it is to imagine that happiness will ever return and replace the gaping hole left by your loss. Chris was an incredible man that just beamed with love for his family. We have been so touched by the love and spirit that you all share. Much love.

  4. As we remember Chris, his faith, his incredibly positive attitude, and his love for family and friends stand out. Chris has been an inspiration to us all! We are blessed to have known him. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Our deepest sympathy, Eric, Heather, Nicole, and Michael

  5. To all of the Campbell family, I send my deepest sympathy. Chris was an amazing man. I will never forget the time I spent with him and the things he taught me. I know the angels in heaven are welcoming him with open arms. May God be with all of you during this time of transition. Lean on Him for your strength and grace. God Bless you all.

  6. My deepest sympathy to you Dorothy and the children and to all the family. Chris was a remarkable person with such strong faith in Jesus. He has left a great legacy for his children. May God’s peace and comfort hold you up today and the days ahead.

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