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Former Obama chef died paddling near home in Massachusetts Details of the accident have been released.
Tafari Campbell was the former sous-chef of President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House.
During the Obama presidency, he worked in the White House kitchen from 2009 to 2017.
Known for his talent and creativity in the kitchen, Campbell was responsible for creating some of the President’s most famous recipes, including brewing White House honey beer using honey from Michelle Obama’s South Lawn garden.
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Death and Obituary of Obama Chef
Tafari Campbell, the former sous-chef of President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House, has tragically passed away at the age of 45.
The Obamas were deeply moved by the news of Campbell’s untimely death, and they released a heartfelt statement expressing their sadness and fond memories of him.
They described Campbell as a beloved part of their family and recalled first meeting him as a talented sous chef at the White House, where he showcased his creativity and passion for food.
In the years that followed, they got to know him as a warm, funny and extremely friendly person who made their lives more beautiful.
Campbell’s culinary journey began with his love of cooking and he attended culinary school in Virginia.
He eventually landed a job in the White House kitchen during the George W. policy.
Bush administration and was among four White House cooks asked to remain in office when the Obamas took office.
Campbell’s skill at brewing the famous White House honey beer from honey harvested from Obama’s South Lawn garden became well known during Obama’s presidency.
In addition to his talents in the kitchen, Campbell was valued by his family, including his wife Sherise and their 19-year-old twin sons, whom he leaves behind.
Colleagues at the Edgartown Meat and Fish Market, which he frequented, remember him as a wonderful and cheerful person who loved to chat about his culinary creations.
Obama chef Tafari Campbel dies in accident
Tafari Campbell, the talented former White House sous-chef who served the Obamas during her tenure, tragically died in a paddling accident near the couple’s Martha’s Vineyard home.
Known for his culinary prowess and warm personality, the 45-year-old chef had remained a beloved part of the Obama family even after they left the White House in 2016.
The heartbreaking incident happened on a Sunday when Campbell went paddling with another person on Edgartown Great Pond in Massachusetts.
He was reported missing because he did not surface after apparently struggling to stay afloat in the water.
Rescue workers were immediately dispatched and a search and rescue operation began immediately, but tragically Campbell’s body was found submerged about 30 meters from shore on Monday morning.
Campbell’s culinary journey began well before his tenure in the White House.
With a passion for cooking, he attended culinary school in Virginia and later briefly owned his restaurant.
However, his breakthrough came when he entered the White House kitchen during the George W. Bush administration.
Impressed by his talent, the Obamas asked Campbell to stay, and he graciously agreed and became a permanent fixture in their household.
After his time in the White House, Campbell continued to work as a cook with the Obamas and became an inseparable part of their lives.
The Obamas issued a statement expressing their deep sadness and recalled Campbell as a passionate and creative sous chef with a unique ability to bring people together through food.
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