From the brother of William H Campbell III killed on the CH47
Video of the eulogy given by Kevin Clark, his eldest grandson, and the funeral honors ceremony: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I3QwWnRo5rE
Al and I offer our condolences to you and your family. We haven't seen you for many years but do remember all the fun we used to have with you and Ken at We Fifty Dance Club and golfing on occasion; Alta Lake was a fun time. Ken was a very nice guy and were sorry to hear he suffered from Alzheimer; a horrible disease. All of our sympathy
Thank you Ken, for your service to this country. I only briefly knew you, but I am honored to have met a Soldiers Medal of Honor recipient, and a man who so obviously loved his family. I salute you, sir.
sorry for your loss, I hope you find comfort in your memories.
We are devestated by this news. We haven't seen Ken and Karen since we visited them in Hemet, Ca. some time ago as we were sun birding there too.
We were married on July 14, 1956 in Coos Bay, Or.,just a couple days from their wedding. We started our trucking business in Spanaway only a few blocks from their business on the same date, July 1, 1981.
Family: Please know we love you and will miss Ken. We didn't know of his illness but are familiar with it so have an idea of what you went through. We live in Olympia now. We believe we will all be united again when we join our loved ones in heaven.
Love & Prayers.. Ted & Yvonne Robinson
So sorry to hear of your loss. I didn't know him well, but they were so kind to let me stay with them during my college years on the road in the northwest. I will always remember his kindness and hospitality. God bless and our prayers are with you and the rest of the family.
Ken was a wonderful man and Karen and the family have my deepest sympathies.
We are devestated by this news. We haven't seen you guys for quite some time & I just checked the TNT & saw this notice. We don't have your address, but if you get this, please know we love you and will miss Ken. Didn't know of his illness. We're in Olympia, Wa. now.
The "chief" was a terrific person and friend...god bless..john okeefe
Sorry to hear about your loss.
Sherry, I just read your dad's obit and he had such a wonderful life. Wow! Just know that you and your family are in my prayers. It's very hard losing a parent, but God slowly heals the heart from the grief and turns it into very fond memories.