Sylvia Beatrice CAMPBELL

September 10, 1923January 30, 2021

Sylvia Beatrice CAMPBELL was born on September 10, 1923 and passed away on January 30, 2021 and is under the care of Earthman Funeral Directors.

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Sylvia Beatrice CAMPBELL

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Paula VonKennel

February 5, 2021

Silvia & Me,
I enjoyed so many get togethers with Sylvia. Many of our get togethers was at the VRW & MWC. Plus, we went out sociably often.
At the MWC we had many locations, Lake Side Country Club, HRC & The Forest Club & Sylvia would always volunteer to help me out at our WELCOME table! She would always be there for me but mostly for EVERYBODY! She loved seeing everyone & chatting with everyone! Sylvia had so many years, even before I knew her to demonstrate all her giving qualities. That is Sylvia!! We all appreciated her, AWAYS!!
One of the most current luncheons we had together was on Sylvias Birthday 2020! Here is our photo! We have had great memories & so many of her great stories!

Sheri Hamm

February 5, 2021

Many blessings to all the family of Slyvia. She was a wonderful, kind grand lady. She always made me feel welcome at our luncheons she attended. She will be missed by many. She was granted many friends through her kindness, loving and caring ways toward others.
❤️❤️❤️ She will be missed.

Terry Peterson

February 4, 2021

I just want to correct an error. Sylvia joined VRW in 1995 not 1965.

Terry Peterson

February 3, 2021

Sylvia has been a dear friend for many years. We met one another at Village Republican Women’s Club. Sylvia joined in 1965 and I joined the following year.
Sylvia was also a fellow member of Gourgeous Gourmet. She met my husband, Les, at the Christmas dinners. Sylvia took an immediate liking to Les.
Overtime, I would introduce myself as Les’s wife and Sylvia, as Les’s girlfriend. She just loved that. Les made sure that his girlfriend got chocolates and little French Macaroons on special occasions. She let him know that she appreciated the sweet gifts but would prefer something from that expensive jewelry store down the street from her.
Sylvia, was herself, the most priceless jewel of a friend. Sylvia thank you for the memories.
Our thoughts and deepest sympathy are with Douglas, Sharon, and Melissa.
May God’s peace be with you,
Terry Peterson and Les Peterson