Dear Campbell family,
We were so very sorry to hear the news about Bill. He was such an incredible spirit and a vital member of our General Counsel Roundtable. He will be missed very much.
Jennifer & Jim Jones
Dear Family of Bill Campbell,
At your request, instead of flowers, I
have made a contribution to Bear Necessities. Bill will be missed.
You have my sincerest and deepest sympathy. Love Liz Stiffel
Dear Campbell family,
I was so sorry to hear about Bill's death. My thoughts are most certainly with all of you at this difficult time. I know that everyone who was fortunate enough to know him will always have fond memories of him.
Dear Campbell Family
My sincerest condolences on your great loss.Bill was a unique and wonderful gentleman who will be missed by all who were privileged to know him.
In addition to Bill's abounding knowledge and talent, his open friendship and caring for all more than fulfills his Campbell heritage. My condolences to Bill Jr. and Victoria, and to the entire extended Campbell Family along with Bill's many friends and associates. He will be missed and remembered by all.
I loved him very much! He will always be my favorite Uncle. Karen Hunt
Death was a thief.
I was fortunate to work with Bill for many years on professional responsibility matters at our law firm. He carried a heavy burden in that job, but was big enough to bear the load. How he kept his sense of humor, I will never know.. but he did. On hearing the news of his passing, all I could think of were a few lines from an Edwin Markham poem:
"As when a lordly cedar, green with boughs,
Goes down with a great shout upon the hills,
And leaves a lonesome place against the sky."
Dear family and friends, God is watching over all of the dearly departed. He has promised to help all those who have fallen asleep in death.
I was a Hardey Boy with Bill and graduated with him in 1962. So sorry for his passing.
I knew Bill when he was Chair of the Board of Sacred Heart Schoos--I served as a Trustee under his leadership. He was a kind, gentle, smart leader. His dedication to Sacred Heart was apparent and valued . He will be missed by so many.
To the Campbell family:
I am saddened to hear the news about Bill's death. Bill and your family are my thoughts and prayers. Bill was a great and courageous Chair of the Sheridan Road (Sacred Heart Schools) Board of Trustees. Bill was the right person, at the right time, to lead change that set the stage for the vast growth of the schools at Sheridan Road. There is a direct correlation between Bill's leadership role and the current prosperity of the schools. It was a privilege and honor to serve with him. He truly modeled a infectious passion for and commitment to the mission of the Sacred Heart Schools. A commitment prevents me from being at the Mass on Monday, but I will remember Bill, and your entire family, in my prayers.
Patrick H. Moorhead
Former Board Chair,
Sacred Heart Schools at Sheridan Road
Dear Campbell Family,
I am so sorry to learn of Bill's
death. He was such an outstanding young
man. You and your family have my sincerest and deepest sympathy. Love,