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August 20, 2018

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November 4, 2017
Miss you Mr. Campbell, sleep well in heaven.
Enjoyed working with you during our time at the USPS.
October 30, 2017
Mr.Campbell has definitely left a legacy for his family to follow. He was a hugger extraordinaire, he had a calm and assuring demeanor and he always had a smile and conversation for you. Most importantly, he was an astute, unmatched in skills, craftsman. When Mr. Campbell cleaned a machine, it was indeed to the maximum level of cleanliness that could be reached. I'll never forget when Mr. Walter cleaned a machine just before it was to be taken down. The machine was old and being moved. When the outside contractors came to move it, they asked me if it had just been restored with new parts because of how well kept and clean it was. I showed them Mr. Walter, and told them that he cleaned his machines as smoothly and methodically as he strolled across the workroom floor. When Walter told them how long we had had the machine, the contractors didnt want to believe him. They said that Walter cleaned hard to reach parts that are always ignored. Walter would crawl into a machine like it was a tent. Anything I asked him to do was answered with "anything for you, young lady" and then a thorough job. His abilities, willingness, and dedication to performing his job well were his trademarks. He was a master in maintenance. I will miss him. May God comfort and keep you is my prayer for the family.
October 30, 2017
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October 28, 2017
Deepest sympathy family, praying for Gods strength.