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Bright-Holland Funeral Home

2601 Lamar Ave, Paris, TX

OBITUARY

Nina B. Campbell

June 24, 1924May 18, 2020

Nina B. Welch Campbell, 95, of Paris passed quietly in her sleep on Monday morning, May 18, 2020 at her son’s home in Bonham. Mrs. Campbell will lie in repose until noon Saturday for those wishing to view and sign her register. This will be followed by a private graveside service. Mrs. Campbell, the Daughter of James & Odessa Bramblett Branch, was born June 24, 1924 and was raised in Ben Franklin, TX. After attending business school, she went to work for Drilling and Service in Dallas, and later worked for Brown Arrow, an aviation company at Addison Airport. Nina loved the Lord, and this was the focus of her life. Among others, her church homes included Abrams Road church of Christ which later became Richardson East Church of Christ, Cooper Church of Christ, College Church of Christ (Paris), and Northside Church of Christ (Bonham). In her younger years she taught bible class and was active in prison ministry. She lived her faith and devoted her life to others. She touched countless lives and was loved dearly by all who knew her. She loved our nation, never failed to vote, and remained active in supporting the party and candidates that she believed best promoted Godly principles. Mrs. Campbell was preceded in death by her first husband, Richard Welch in 1977, her second husband, FJ Campbell in 2007, a great grandchild, Eden Welch, and her brothers and sisters who she loved dearly; Lillian, Pauline, Raymond, Ernie, James, and Howard. Survivors include her son, Rowland Welch & wife Mary of Bonham, grandchildren; Jessica Kaiser & husband Chris, Russell Welch, Rebecca Welch, Richard Welch & wife Megan, Rachel Welch & husband Tyler, nine great grandchildren along with numerous nieces & nephews, a host of friends, and countless brothers and sisters in Christ.

Services

  • Private Graveside Service

    Saturday, May 23, 2020

Memories

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Jo Gordon

May 20, 2020

My heart is saddened to lose my sweet sister in the Lord, and dear friend. Although we only met a short time ago, it seemed as though we had known each other for a very long time. I am going to miss our visits. And I will see you again one day.
My girls and I want to express our deepest sympathy to each of you. We are never ready to relinquish those we love, but we can find joy in knowing that Nina was ready for the journey.
Our Love in Him,
Jo Gordon, Beth McIntosh and Kristy Farr

KELLY KEMP

May 20, 2020

I ENJOYED MEETING AND INTERACTING WITH MRS. CAMPBELL, PARTICULARLY AT THE WOODMORE IN BONHAM ON SUNDAY AFTERNOONS ~ SHE LOOKED YOU RIGHT IN THE EYE WHEN SPEAKING WITH YOU, THE COUNTENANCE OF CHRIST, EVIDENT. BLESSINGS TO YOU ALL HAS YOU SAY GOOD-BYE, OR RATHER ''SEE YOU LATER''...
KELLY & LEE ANN KEMP

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