OBITUARY

Mary Ann Campbell

May 27, 1947September 22, 2020
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Mary Ann Campbell (Smerdel) passed peacefully on September 22, 2020 at the age of 73.

Mary Ann Campbell is survived by her husband Roy Campbell, children Jeremiah Campbell, Jessica Holland, and Alyssa Watson, and grandchildren Jayden Holland, Leland Campbell, Jagger Holland, Levi Campbell, Peyton Campbell, Eleanora Campbell, and Florence Campbell.

Mary Ann Campbell was born on May 27, 1947 in Indianapolis, Indiana to Anthony Smerdel Sr. and Mary Alice Smerdel. She graduated from Scecina High School in 1965. After high school she joined VISTA (Volunteers in Service to America) which led her to Arkansas where she met her husband of 54 year; Roy Campbell. She married Roy Campbell on August 12, 1966. After moving to La Porte, Texas Mary Ann began a home based childcare service which allowed her to become a mother and caregiver to countless children for many years. Mary Ann’s selfless devotion to her love of children helped many grow into wonderful adults. I believe this is one of the profound achievements in the legacy of Mary Ann Campbell.

A memorial is scheduled for October 17, 2020 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. This will be a come and go service. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Mary Ann Campbell’s life. Flowers and condolences may be sent to Grand View Funeral Home and Memorial Park at 8501 Spencer Hwy, Pasadena, Texas 77505.

Services

  • Family Will Receive Friends

    Saturday, October 17, 2020

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jean walker

October 16, 2020

i have lots of good memories of mary ann we all use to go skiing down on the lake had alot of fun together mary ann and my sister ann was maid of honor in arvil and my wedding at the first free baptist church in fort smith arkansas. She will be greatly missed by all of the family. I loved her.

jean walker

October 16, 2020

i have lots of good memories of mary ann we all use to go skiing down on the lake had alot of fun together mary ann and my sister ann was maid of honor in arvil and my wedding at the first free baptist church in fort smith arkansas. She will be greatly missed by all of the family. I loved her.

Donna Henderson

October 13, 2020

Mary Ann was my neighbor and friend. She had a heart of gold. I worked with her back in the 1970 s something . I rode to work with her in her little yellow Volkswagen bug. We worked 2nd shift at that time. Her sweet husband is also my cousin.

Every Wednesday morning she would get up early to take mama and ma grocery shopping. This is her mother in law and grandmother in law. Sometimes other family went also. They would spent the whole day out shopping and just get back home in time for Mary Ann to go to work that afternoon. I don’t remember her ever complaining . She always had a big smile . She was always good to me.

It’s been years since I saw her but I still remember her laugh.

Hope you enjoy my memories of your mom.


MARY LAWLESS

October 10, 2020

I was fifteen years old when Mary Ann married my brother Roy. She not only became my sister-in-law but became my best friend. When she and Roy married there was two Mary Ann Campbell's in the family. We had lots of fun with that. I would always tell people, but I'm the original. I could write a book about Mary Ann, but I will keep it short. I will tell you she was the most generous and loving person I have had the honor of knowing. My memories of her will be with me forever. I love you Mary Ann, I will miss you so much.

Angela Chambers

September 25, 2020

I have many memories of Mary Ann from my childhood. I remember going to Uncle Roy and Aunt Mary Ann's for Thanksgiving in Dardanelle. She was a great person and an awesome Aunt.

Millissa Jones

September 25, 2020

Roy and family. I am so sorry for your loss. I know she was Avery loving person. I hope you keep her memories alive by sharing them with others.

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