Elizabeth Campbell

October 11, 1969June 13, 2020

Liz died at home following a long illness. She was surrounded by her family and her Pups, Augie and Missy.

Her beautiful smile and kind and generous heart meant so much to so many. She lived and died her way. She will be sorely missed.

As per Liz's request, there will be no viewing.



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Sue Gibbia

October 11, 2020

Hey cuz! Happy birthday!! Hope you're having a great time chillin with all the animals you loved so dearly. We here miss you so so much. You left us way too soon, but left a huge impact in your short time on so many people. No words can truly describe our loss. I'm sure you're still the animal-loving, free, independent spirit you've always been, raising hell wherever you are!!
Happy birthday again girl. Love you and miss you
Your cuz, Sue xoxo

PS Saw this on a coloring site I use to destress, when I was thinking of you. I know the colors aren't true, but had to color it as it reminded me of you...xoxo 👋💜✌


September 30, 2020


September 27, 2020


September 25, 2020

" You saw the whole of the moon ".

There are no words adequate enough to explain how much I miss you.
Augie and Missy sleep in your bedroom every night.

Pat Gamsby

June 29, 2020

I am really without words for the depth of the loss I felt upon hearing that You'd left us. We met through Elkhound Rescue, and you were just the most amazing home, especially for those needing something extra.I loved your spirit, independence, generosity, and passionate love for animals of all sorts.We messaged just a week before you left, and had I known I would have told you that and more. Thanks for all of your help with our Dragon, and thank you for making this world a better place. I am so sure you were met by an amazing array of feathered, furred and scaly "people" at the Rainbow Bridge...

Amy Gerace

June 20, 2020

Liz was my cousin. I am so proud and impressed by the beautiful, strong and independent woman she became. I had the pleasure of spending time with Liz over the summers when we were children, when she was known as Beth. All of the cousins had some very fun times together that I will never forget. Sadly, I missed out on Liz as an adult, living on opposite ends of the country. But I can tell from the other comments that she was an amazing person and an amazing advocate for animals. I miss the times we never had and I am so sad she is gone from this earth, but I know she made a difference while she was here, I know she mattered....
All my love and thoughts are with you- Aunt Christine, Uncle Dave, David and Billy, may you find peace in your happy memories of Liz.

Tim Wojciechowicz

June 20, 2020

I regret not knowing of Liz's medical battle and missing the opportunity to say goodbye.
Having worked with Liz for decades, I appreciated her work ethic, intelligence, and surprisingly salty language. Liz was reliable and her unique viewpoint on many matters challenged my thinking many times. 
I will most remember Liz's dedication to the environment and animals.
Mother Earth has lost a soldier.
My condolences to her parents, siblings, relatives, and all others who share in her loss. 

Bette Juliano

June 19, 2020

I had the pleasure of working with Liz for many years. She was always helping the small animals that would find her. She will be missed. Prayers for her family and may she rest in peace.


June 19, 2020

Many of us go through life thinking there will always be a tomorrow. 20 or 30 years can slide by in a wink. One day there are no more tomorrows. Sadly due to time and space I have missed most of Liz life. I only learned of her situation 3 weeks ago, then she was gone. Attached photo of Liz and Sunshine taken about 1976 or 1977. She always had a soft spot for our furry friends. Say hello to Gary, see you on the flip side.


June 19, 2020


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