OBITUARY

Marshal Campbell

August 5, 1930February 4, 2021

Marshal Levon Campbell was born on August 5, 1930 to Murdoch Scot and Iowa Campbell. He was preceded in death by his parents, sisters; Ruby Boone (Albert), Katherine Hurst (Clyde), Marguerite Griffith (Frank), brother; Maurice Campbell (Ethel) ; grandson, William D. Hornsby, III.

He is survived by his wife of 73 years, Betty Campbell. Daughters; Sue Henderson (Ken), Sharon Hornsby (Bill), June Stanford (Steve). Seven grandchildren; Nikki Harper (Scott), Karli Henderson (Shawn), Gabrielle Wagner (Eric), Ragan McLeod (Liam), Drue Peaslee (Ryan), David Stanford (Erin), Joshua Stanford (Whitney). Sixteen great grandchildren; Fisher (Terri) and Campbell Harper, Greyson and Ronin Halliday, Katherine, River and Jameson Peaslee, Darci and Luke Wagner, Caroline, Abigail and Julianne Stanford, Dash, Dex and Cal McLeod, Audrey Stanford. An expected great great grandchild Dakota Harper.

Marshal accepted Jesus as his savior as a young father. He was a deacon, lay preacher, and participated in several mission trips to Central America in his 80s. He loved telling people about Jesus. He spent many years in the furniture business. After finally retiring, he enjoyed traveling and spending time with his family. He was a very positive man who spread joy to all around him.

Services

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, February 9, 2021

  • Chapel Service

    Tuesday, February 9, 2021

Memories

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Brenda Vernon Hartstein

February 6, 2021

Yes I remember him well but never knew his name. I always called him Mr Campbell. I didn’t even know his wife’s name was Betty, just called her Mrs Campbell
So sorry to hear this. They were a very generous family to all of us teenagers and we spent many a weekend at their house playing spoon and swimming in their pool. Wonderful family! Betty Sue was a good friend.. I regret that I have not stayed in touch. I pray for the family during this difficult time. My love to Mrs Campbell as I have sweet memories of the love and food and time that she willing gave to us kids.

Scott Sullivan

February 6, 2021

Marshall Campbell was a wonderful and generous witness for Christ on many fronts and many of us benefited from his influence. One of my favorite examples is a charge that he repeated to me, among other youth age boys, as he taught us in Sunday School, that “What you are to be as an adult you are becoming now”. I in turn as a speaker, coach, and teacher have been privileged to share that charge with other generations of young men.

Roland Hayes

February 6, 2021

What wonderful memories I have of Marshall and Betty Campbell and the impact they had on my life. They opened their homes and their hearts to the youth of our Church hosting countless Bible studies and Church fuctions and socials. They invested their time and lives in training, disciplining and mentoring youth for the cause of Christ. I think about the scripture found in Philippians 1:3 as I reflect on Marshall and Betty, "I thank God every time I remember you." Thank you for pouring and investing into my life as a young child and teen that drew me to the love of Christ and to answer the call to the Ministry. Heaven is sounding sweeter everyday and I look forward to that great reunion when we all get together there to celebrate for all eternity with the Family of God.

My sincere condolences and prayers to Betty, Sue, Sharon and June and all the family.

Roland Hayes

Kathy Vásquez

February 5, 2021

I had the pleasure of meeting Marshal and Betty back on 2014 sharing together the love of Jesus in a mission trip in Costa Rica, He impacted my life so much with his testimony during the whole week. Being their interpreter was a blessing to me

My sincere condolences to Betty and the whole family, may the Lord give you peace at this moment

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY