OBITUARY

Stanley Richard Campbell

February 23, 1953October 31, 2020

Stanley Richard Campbell, a kind and loving soul, passed from this life on October 31, 2020, in Carrollton. He was born February 23, 1953 in Cincinnati, Ohio to the late Charles and Shirley Roberts Campbell.

Family and friends remember Stanley had a dry sense of humor, was a prolific reader, and loved old movies. Most of all, they recall his kind and gentle spirit.

He leaves to cherish his memory, his wife: Bernice; his fur-baby: Silver Baby; son: Sterling Koliba and wife Lynda, and their children: Vy-Ann, Nicholas, Logan and Oliver; brother: David and wife Pamela Campbell; sister: Cynthia Gibson and husband John; daughters: Donna Rae and Patricia Lou, 11 grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren.

Services

  • Graveside Service

    Monday, November 23, 2020

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Sean Miller

November 10, 2020

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Stephen Hartzler

November 10, 2020

I had the pleasure of working with Stan for over 20 years. We shared countless laughs, meals and late night work sessions. Stan was truly one of a kind and was passionate about work and life. I consider Stan and Bernice as family and will miss him immensely.

Mike Kilpatrick

November 10, 2020

Unlike others at American, I only knew Stan for 6 years. But just like the others, I always found him to be a gentle, cheerful soul as well. He was always ready for a conversation, no matter how busy he was. He was always very eager to make sure my job was as easy as possible. I will miss him.

Everett Hartzler

November 9, 2020

I knew and worked with Stan for over 20 years, when I would see him at the warehouse he was always cheerful and I enjoyed our time together. I will always remember the meals, laughter, and conversations I shared with Stan and Berniece.

Anita Strickler

November 9, 2020

I had the privilege of working with Stan for more than 20 years. Over that span of time we had a multitude of conversations and debated the merits of various authors, discussed politics and old movies, and shared family stories. Our conversations usually ended with him telling me that Bernice says hello! He loved his family and I came to know them through his stories. I will miss him and those conversations. His memories remain, and, will always bring a smile.

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