“On my initial trip to LU I walked into Demoss Hall entered the JF Museum and the first person I met was Mr. Campbell. He could not have been nicer and over the past 7 years I always made a point of looking him up. We would sit and he would fill me in on the local news of the day and we would discuss LU sports, major league baseball and the progress my girls were making @ LU. I will miss him and my next trip to LU will not be the same, but Liberty's loss is Heaven's gain.
“Faye, I'm sorry to learn of Dave's Passing. If one were to look up the definition of a gentleman,it would describe this man. Dave and I played ball and worked together at the bank and then he continued to stay in touch with me during his time at Liberty through my cousins children who were students there.(you know Dave, he had to know everyone). I will always remember his warm smile and gentle demeanor. No one spoke unkind things about this man. He was loved by all and we will miss him...
“Having Mr. Campbell work with us in the Jerry Falwell Museum was a privilege and honor. His positive outlook on life and his commitment to helping people influenced so many who came through our doors. He will be and is now missed so much! Rest in peace, dear friend.
“I am so very sorry for your loss. Dave was such an exceptional man. I have known Dave since he worked with my mother, Ann, at the Fairview Branch. I so fondly remember his cheerful and engaging smile when he would often visit the Brookville Drug Store lunch counter, where I worked in high school. I have thought of Dave and his family many, many times through the years. He will sadly be missed. I pray God's peace and gentle comfort for the Campbell family during this difficult time.
“I worked with Dave at Central Fidelity. He was a gentle soul and as others have said, had a kind word for everyone. My thoughts are with the family and the many friends that Dave made in his life.
“The Dorcas Ministry of Thomas Terrace Baptist Church wishes to express our sympathy to you and your family. Please contact us if we can be of help during this difficult time. Loved ones may leave you, but memories never will—and those memories become treasures.
“Family Of Dave Campbell
My Mother worked with Dave at Fidelity (Ann),I remember him as a little girl-he was always so kind,my Mother always had great respect and good things to say about working for him. Since she has passed-I want to offer our sympathy to your family! -
“Faye and family, I am sorry for your loss. I will remember Dave for the smile he always had on his face. .
“Faye and family, I am sorry about your loss. Dave was always smiling, and I will always remember that.
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David Ulysses Campbell, 88, of Lynchburg, died Tuesday, November 27, 2012, at his residence. He was the husband of Faye Stump Campbell for 66 years.Born in Lynchburg, he was the son of the late Casper Campbell and the late Elizabeth Apperson Campbell.Dave was a faithful member of Euclid...Read More