Nov. 7, 1990
EAST LIVERPOOL – Edward Woodrow Campbell, 75, of Sixth Avenue, LaCroft, died at 4: 26 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, 1990, in the emergency room of City Hospital after suffering an apparent heart attack at home.
He was born in Industry July 7, 1915, a son of the late William Edward Campbell and Margaret Lamp Campbell Smith.
Currently serving as pastor of the Church of Jesus Christ on the Y. & O. Road, Mr. Campbell was employed at the former Crucible Steel Co. before retiring in the mid-1970’s. he served with the U. S. Army in Europe during World War KK, and was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 66 and Glenmoor American Legion Post 736.
Survivors include his wife, Rebecca Jane Campbell, at home; seven daughters, Deloris (Mrs. Bensley) Smith of East Liverpool, Yvonne (Mrs. Harold Knight of Naples, Fla., Carolyn (Mrs. Elliott) Tuttle of Salem, Mary Louise (Mrs. James) Watkins of Baton Rouge, La., Priscilla (Mrs. Danny) Bunn of Greensboro, N. C., Sharon (Mrs. Ronnie)Gutterize of Baton Rouge and Becky Marie Campbell, at home; three sons, Michael E. Campbell and Phillip M. Campbell of East Liverpool and Christopher C. Campbell, at home; two sisters, Rose Boyd of East Liverpool and Ruth Figley of Hollywood, Fla.; a brother, Clyde Campbell of East Liverpool; two step-brothers, Bensely Smith and Hugh L. Smith of East Liverpool; two stepsisters, Betty (Mrs. Clyde “Jim”) Birch of Lisbon and Sylvia (Mrs. James) George of Clarkson; 18 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
No services or calling hours are planned.
The Dawson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.