Joey, I'm sorry that I never had the pleasure of meeting your dad. I've heard so many sweet stories about him. I know I would have thought of him as a kind and gentle soul. I enjoyed looking at the pictures posted. Your dad and mom were such a good looking couple! I hope that you and your mom will find peace and comfort, knowing that Heaven has gained another angel.
There is no better comfort than the many memories of our loved ones. We want the family to know, they are in our thoughts and we send our deepest sympathy their way.
Rest in Peace, Mr. Campbell. Always enjoyed Joey's stories about you.
Prayers for the family.
I never met Hardy, but through Joey I feel I knew him. The world has been a better place for him having been here; including his participation in the D-Day invasion. Now heaven is a better place for his being there.
Hello I have never met the late Hardy Campbell or his son Joey but if he was anything like his son then God Bless him and now he has gone to pastures new where there is no sorrow or pain and may all his family remember him with fond memories.From a friend in Northern Ireland. Mervyn Witherow
Alpha, Joey, and family:
God grant you everlasting peace. My deepest condolences.
Never met your Dad but felt like I knew him from your stories.
Gary in Jacksonville, IL
Joey & Family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you now as they have been throughout this challenging time. May your father, grandfather, husband, brother and friend now Rest In Peace.
Joey, Know that we are thinking of you and your family. Thanks to your Dad for serving this great nation, especially on the D-Day Invasion! Sure must have been some interesting stories told. Loved the pictures, thanks for giving us all the opportunity to 'see' your Dad. Sending our sympathy to you. Randy and Dianna Wilson (Chesapeake,VA)
Although I have never met Hardy I feel like I know him from all the stories Joey has told about him over the years. The Campbell family should find comfort now knowing they have a special Guardian Angel watching over them.
Rest in peace Hardy Campbell.
Hardy Campbell was my favorite Uncle. He had a very special influence on my life. Next to loving God and Country, he showed me the importance of loving my wife and family, and he opened the doors of his home to all who cared to enter respectfully. He made each visitor feel special, and I will never forget the Christmas Day dinners the Freeman family shared with Hardy and Alpha.
Uncle Hardy, you will be missed but the memories we have of you will last for our lifetime.