Barbara-(Kemper) Campbell-Obituary

Photo courtesy of James J. Dougherty Funeral Home Inc. - Levittown

Barbara J. (Kemper) Campbell

Oct 24, 1946 - Mar 27, 2012

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We send our deepest sympathy to Al and Barbs family. Barb will be greatly missed. She was a wonderful neighbor and always had a great sense of humor.

Rob and Cheryl

My dear best friend Bonnie(Family),
I am so sad to hear about "Mom", the last we spoke you said she wasn't well & I pray she is at peace now. The memories are continuous in my head, growing up and spending so much time at your house. I didn't carry the "B.J.K" initials, but you wouldn't of known that because I was always treated like family. I can still hear "moms" contagious laugh...even when we were in trouble she would turn her head and laugh. I...

We at the Bensalem Citizen's Club, extend our deepest sympathy to Barbara's family. She was a great lady and a kind lady, she will be missed. Love to her family and Gods speed for healing broken hearts.

We are so sorry to hear about Barbara. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Len & Laurie

My condolences to the family. God is close to those broken at heart.
JRW

Wayne and I are sorry to hear about Barb, she will be missed very much. What a great lady.
Ann & Wayne Haller

I am so sorry to hear about Ms.Barbara. It is my hope that you are able to find peace with the God of comfort.

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Barbara's Obituary

Barbara J. (Kemper) Campbell died on Tuesday, March 27, 2012 at Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia. She was 65.Born in Camden, NJ, the daughter of the late Adelaide (Bridge) and Robert Edwards, she had resided in North Carolina and Pottsville prior to moving to Hulmeville in 1972.Unitl her retirement in 2010, Mrs. Campbell was a waitress at the Blue Fountain Diner for 32 years.She was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose Lodge in Levittown.Mrs. Campbell enjoyed playing bingo, bowling, fishing and softball. She was an avid Phillies, Flyers and Eagles fan.She was a US Marine Corps veteran of the Vietnam War.Loving mother of the late Benay Kemper and grandmother of the late Jesse Coster, Mrs. Campbell was the beloved wife of 8 years to Albert Campbell. She was the devoted mother of Boyce James Kemper, Jr. and Bonnie Jean Morath; step mother of Albert L. Campbell (Christy) and Nichole Coe; proud grandmother of Coryn Campbell, Christian Campbell, Michele Justine and Danielle Justine Kemper, Benay Annmarie Morath; and sister of Judy Ann Capelli (Mike) and Robert Edwards (Yvonne). Mrs. Campbell will also be sadly missed by her aunt, Alice Strahle, her first husband, Boyce James Kemper, Sr. and several nieces and nephews.Family and close friends may call from 1 until 2 p.m. on Saturday at the James J. Dougherty Funeral Home, Inc., 2200 Trenton Rd., Levitwn where her funeral service will be held at 2p.m.In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in her name may be made to the Autism Society, 4340 East West Highway, Suite 350, Bethesda, MD 20814.

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