Funeral Services was held at 10:00AM, Wednesday, December 29, 2010 at the United Methodist Church with Reverend Kathy Leathers officiating. Interment followed at Fairmount Cemetery.
Grace M. Campbell, 86, of Longmont, passed away December 25, 2010 at Applewood Living Center.
Grace was born May 19, 1924 in Kearney, Nebraska to Robert and Anna (Sea) Meline. After her high school graduation, Grace went on to graduate from Kearney Teacher’s College and in time she earned her Master’s degree in Education from the University of Northern Colorado. On June 6, 1948 she married Louis R. Campbell in Kearney, Nebraska. In 1955 they moved to Lamar, CO and then on to Longmont in 2002.
She was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Lamar, a member of PEO and enjoyed golfing.
Grace was preceded in death by her parents and her brother Bob Meline.
Survivors include her husband Louis Campbell and her daughter Lou Ann (Steve) Gorenstein of Longmont and her son Thomas Scott (Karen) Campbell of Johnstown, Colorado, Seven grandchildren; Annie (John) Falkenburg of Westminster, Marc Gorenstein of Littleton, Kathy Campbell of Fort Collins, and her 2 children, Scott Campbell of Greeley and his child, Kelly Louis Campbell of Wellington and his 2 children, Misty Campbell of Greeley and her 2 children and Robbie Campbell of Loveland and his 2children. She is further survived by her brothers Doug Meline of Iowa and Morris Meline of Washington.
|Dear Mr. Campbell, Lou Ann, and Tom,|
I was sorry to read about Mrs. Campbell in the Lamar paper. She was one of the reasons why Lamar was a great place to grow up in.
Carson City, NV
|Grace Campbell Family % Tom Campbell We are so sorry in hearing of Graces passing. We were gone at the time and didn't here about it until we returned. Tell Lou hi for us and let him know that the family is in our prayers. Tom, I have a phone # for you that is incorrect please call me or E-Mail me your correct phone #. My daughter lives in Fort Collins and we are up there quite a lot so maybe we can hook up and see one another again.|
Ron and Joyce Reedy
|for the family of Grace Campbell - Grace was one of my favorite people when I was growing up. She always had an encouraging word for me. One of my most special memories is that she helped serve at my wedding in 1986 - I think she poured the coffee. Although I have not seen her in several years, I have thought of her and Mr. Campbell often. Your family is in my prayers.|
Martha Jo (Kerr) Lennox
|To the family of Grace Campbell, |
We were very saddened to hear of the death of Grace Campbell. We have many fond memories of fun times with "Lou and Grace" over many years. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
With Sincere Sympathy,
Mary and L.D. Elarton