Dorothy Campbell

Obituary of Dorothy E. Campbell

IN LOVING MEMORY OF DOROTHY E. CAMPBELL Dorothy Ellen Campbell, daughter of William and Mettie (Watkins) Waggle, was born August 18, 1917, in Graham County, Kansas, and passed away at the Andbe Home in Norton, Kansas, on September 28, 2019, at the age of 102. Dorothy grew up in Graham County and attended country school to the 8th grade. On July 9, 1942, she was united in marriage to her sweetheart, Millard L. "Bud" Campbell, in Norton. They made their home in Salina, Kansas, and San Diego, California, before returning to Norton, where they raised their family. Dorothy also enjoyed her time working at LuJon's Department Store. Her husband, Bud, passed away March 16, 1998. Dorothy remained in their home in Norton, before moving to Hays to be near her son in 2001. She returned to the Norton Manor in 2009, and later the Andbe Home. Dorothy was a member of the Norton Christian Church where she was active for many years. She enjoyed doing needlework, playing board games and cards, especially 13 point pitch. Her greatest joy in life was spending time with her loving family. Survivors include: her son, William "Bill" Campbell, Norton; other relatives and friends. Dorothy was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, one son, Ronald, three brothers, Howard, Owen and Luther, and four sisters, Goldie, Thelma, Mettie, and Rosa, several nieces and nephews. FUNERAL SERVICE – Thursday, October 3, 2019—10:30 a.m. PLACE – Norton Christian Church – Norton, KS INTERMENT – Norton Cemetery – Norton, KS VISITATION – Wednesday, October 2, 2019—5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. PLACE – Enfield Funeral Home – 215 W. Main – Norton, Ks MEMORIAL – Dorothy Campbell Memorial Fund
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