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Lawrence Cleon Campbell, Sr., 89, resident of 515 Nation Rd. in the Nation Community, husband of Mary Carleen Hall Campbell, passed away peacefully Thursday, May 7, 2015 at his home with his loving family by his side.
Born on Abbeville County SC, he was a son of the late James Earl Campbell and Grace Simpson Campbell.
Lawrence was a United States Army veteran and a retired textile employee having worked for over 34 years with Milliken Textiles. He was a lifetime member of Bells United Methodist Church where he served on various committees within the church. Upon retirement Lawrence continued to enjoy farming and raising his cattle. He especially enjoyed spending time with his family and grand kids.
His family includes his beloved wife of 67 years, Mary Carleen Hall Campbell of the home; siblings: Harold Stuart Campbell (deceased), Earlene C. Hodges (deceased) (late Earl Lynwood Hodges), Jimmy Lynn Hodges, Joan C. Dickson ( late John Albert "Sonny" Dickson), Linda C. Waits (Darrell Enis Waits), Muriel C. Hanna (Edwin Tucker Hanna) and Kenneth Campbell (Rebecca Agnes Ware); children: Lawrence "Larry" Cleon Campbell, Jr. (Connie Snipes), Carl Michael Campbell (Mary Evelyn Cason), James Harold Campbell (Fay Manning) and David Earl Campbell (Shirley Yonce); grandchildren: Kevin Brian Campbell, Kelli Sue Campbell Robertson (Allen), Mary Virginia "Ginni" Campbell Patterson (Matt), Ramey Melissa Campbell Crawford (Max), Michael "Mikki" Susanne Campbell, James "Jay" Campbell, Jr., Charles Cason Campbell (deceased), Camryn Campbell, Carley Campbell, Christopher Lawrence Campbell; and great grandchildren: Mary Patterson, Conner, Madison, Campbell Robertson, Allie Drake Robertson and Ella Brian Robertson.
Funeral services will be conducted Saturday, May 9, 2015 at 3:00 PM in Bells United Methodist Church with the Rev. Kevin Lindley officiating. The burial will follow in the church cemetery. The family is at the home of his son Mr. & Mrs. Harold Campbell 1114 Nation Rd. Abbeville, SC.
The family will receive friends Saturday afternoon from 1:30 until 3:00 in the Social Hall at Bells United Methodist Church.
The Campbell family would like to express a sincere THANK YOU to the caregivers of their father, Nadine Hall, Lesley Booth and Carrie McIntosh and to the entire staff of Hospice Care of South Carolina.
Memorials in memory of Lawrence may be made to Bells United Methodist Church 2540 Flat Rock Rd. Abbeville, SC 29620.
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