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Date: 5/29/2017
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Condolences for the Family of
Beverly Campbell

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From: Marie Mata

I worked with Bev many years & was happy to share our lives during that time. I will miss our phone conversations the most. I was impressed with her positive attitude throughout her illness. I have to share an email she sent in 2009 when John had his accident. It touched many lives & was worth saving. I did put this out there before but couldn't find it so I apologize if it shows up twice: Bev shared this with me & I thought it was worth passing along. (with permission) Thanks.. Hubby is in bed now.. I have to tell you a story, this morning I was waiting for the elevator to go back up to the room and a man with a limp was standing there waiting also. He was very friendly to me and started talking about how time goes by so fast. That when he was 21 his mom told him that time is precious in life, then he became 30 and he realized just how fast time went by and now that he is in his 40’s he realized how important every day is and he doesn’t mind waiting for elevators. He said every moment has a purpose and then the elevator arrived. We both got on and he hit 2 so I figured he was someone that worked in pastoral care. He got off the elevator and looked at me and said ‘May God be with you in your life today’. That really touched me.. here was a man that lives with a limp (looked more like a club foot) younger than me telling me to slow down and take a moment in life to appreciate what God has given me. To take a moment and look at what I have and how lucky I am to have my husband still alive and a wonderful family and friends. Thank you for your prayers they do work and I truly believe that all of us need the balance of God in our lives.

4/12/2017 10:29:10 AM


From: Tom Moorehead

So sad to hear of Bevs passing.Sadly I haven't seen her for a very long time.Fond memories of coaching her and all the other girls on AJs girls softball team.She was a wonderful person and friend

4/10/2017 8:27:51 PM


From: Deb Dawdy

I was so saddened to hear about Bevs' passing. I worked with both her and Linda for many years at Mercy and attended Lindas' funeral. So Sad... I was never a computer genius and will remember Bev for her patience and kindness. I loved her. May it help knowing Bev and Linda are so happy to be reunited. My husband of 47 years passed at Mercy Hospice in October. It is not easy. Lean heavily on your faith to help you and your family through this loss. Thank goodness for faith or it would be so much more difficult.She will be missed and forever in the hearts of those who knew and loved her.

3/7/2017 9:34:21 PM


From: Tim Cunningham

I met Bev when I was 12 and we immediately became good friends. She taught me how to ride horses, well...she was always at the reins and I was holding onto her for dear life. We continued to be friends through school and I was also friends with Chris. Bev was always glad to see a friend and her smile showed it. I guess we lost track of each other over the years and I was saddened when I saw notice of her passing. My thoughts and prayers to her family.

3/4/2017 7:41:58 AM


From: Amy Zeilenga

Hi, although I haven't seen Bev for many years, she left an imprint on my life that has remained. She is a beautiful soul, and I am sad to hear of her passing. To her family and friends, you are in my thoughts as you go through this time of remembering her life, and grieving her passing. Sincerely, Amy

3/3/2017 4:32:37 PM


From: Steve and Tara Barsetti

We are so sorry to hear of Bev's passing!! There's definitely a special place in heaven for her. Your families are in our thoughts and prayers!!

3/2/2017 4:47:59 PM


From: John Patrick Carroll

Lots of good memories with Beverly. I spent lots of time at the house invading the cookie jar as a kid. My heart is broken to hear the news. She was an awesome lady.

3/2/2017 3:58:59 PM


From: Sandy & Ed Mote

We are sorry to hear of the loss of your sister and daughter. Bev was such a wonderful person and will be missed by all.

3/2/2017 11:01:21 AM


From: Janet Griggs

Bev, we were fellow employees at Mercy for over 24 years, I will miss you so much, you were a wonderful person, always so helpful and caring. Rest in Peace; Prayers to your family. Love You!

3/2/2017 10:44:46 AM


From: Dick & Patty Campbell

Bev, you were a wonderful person, wife and mother. John, so sorry for your loss, you were a great husband to her and took great care of her to the end.

3/1/2017 7:59:29 PM


From: Phil Carroll

A loving and beautiful sister. I will miss you and part of you will always be with me. Love You.

3/1/2017 4:47:02 PM