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Browning Funeral Home

141 West Oxford Street, Pontotoc, MS

OBITUARY

Pat Campbell

March 17, 1928June 26, 2020
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Pat Arnold Campbell, age 92, went to be with the Lord on Friday, June 26, 2020. She was preceded in death by her parents, T.S. and Carl Arnold, one brother, John Thomas Arnold, one sister, Rachael Biffle, and one son, Darrell Campbell. She is survived by her sons Johnny Campbell (Ann), Thom Campbell, daughters Libby Lee (David), Carolyn Campbell (Danny Brown), Carla Terry (Joe) and Kay Tackitt (Steve). She had eight grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren.

Pat was fondly known as ‘Mama Pat’ by family and friends. She was a member of Algoma Methodist Church. She was an avid gardener and jelly maker. She worked for years as a dental assistant to Dr. Ken Nester and as a library aid at South Pontotoc High School.

A special thanks to the staff of Sanctuary Hospice.

The family will have a graveside service at 3 PM, Sunday, June 28, 2020 at the Arnold/Campbell Family Cemetery.

Browning Funeral Home is honored to assist the family with the arrangements.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to be made to Algoma Methodist Church or Sanctuary Hospice.

  • DONATIONS

  • Sanctuary Hospice
  • Algoma Methodist Church

Services

  • Graveside Service

    Friday, June 26, 2020

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Cynthia Jane Wallace

June 27, 2020

I loved Pat. She and my mother, Georgia Russell, had been best friends since high school and I grew up hearing about Pat. She lived next door to us but it was a “country” next door so it was a decent walk between the two houses, even on the path she and my mother had made. I will always remember seeing Pat trudging up our driveway with flowers or something she had baked. Once, when Pat was in her eighties, she walked over on a hot day bringing a cake for Mother and Daddy. Daddy insisted Pat let me drive her home but Pat just laughed and started walking back. I followed her down the hill in the car but that wonderful, stubborn woman kept laughing and never would get in the car. That was Pat. I’m glad my parents had her for a friend and I’m blessed that she also became mine. My heart goes out to her loving family.

Susan Brown

June 27, 2020

Patti Terranova

June 27, 2020

While I did not know Mama Pat personally I sure knew of her from the loving memories shared by her loving daughter Libby. She certainly was a wonderful woman. Libby, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers as you go through this rough time. RIP Mama Pat, I know you will find lots of gardens to tend to in Heaven.

Sonja Lincks

June 27, 2020

So sorry for your loss Kay I know she was a beautiful lady you are a beautiful lady May Gid6 bless you all

Clare Cross

June 27, 2020

May she rest in peace in the arms of the Lord. She will be missed.

Shawn Sheffield

June 27, 2020

I am so very sorry for your loss but I know that heaven is rejoicing today. Ms Pat was such a sweet and thoughtful woman. My memories of her go all the way back to when my family moved back here in 1974 for my dad to pastor the Algoma Charge. I remember the homemade rolls she brought to our church dinners, trick or treating at her house and how beautiful her flowers were in her yard. I still have the beautiful Afghans she made me for graduation and when I got married. My prayers are with the family today and in the days to come.

Bethany Lea

June 27, 2020

What a lovely woman. I knew Pat pretty much my whole life and she was always there with a kind word and a smile. She will be missed. What a blessing I had the opportunity to know her.

Cynthia Duke

June 27, 2020

Our families grew up together. We attended the same small country church and have lived in the same small community. Mama Pat's strength and kindness will be missed. I know she and my mother are having a grand reunion. Mama Pat is healed now.

Rose Hageman

June 27, 2020

My condolences to Ms. Pat’s family! My prayers are with each of you.

Darnell Collums

June 27, 2020

Libby and Kay I know how hard this is for I have been where you are now. It will get easier with time. But you can rest knowing you did everything you could for your momma. I felt like I knew her because of how much you loved her. She was a special lady just like the two of you. You will be in my prayers always. Know that I love you both.

Darnell

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