Grace I. Campbell (1915 - 2018)

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Grace I. Campbell, 102, of Fort Lupton, died Jan. 21 in Fort Lupton.
She was born in Gothenburg, Nebraska, Oct. 16, 1915, to Roy M. Nichols and Alma L. (Ruby) Nichols. She went to numerous public schools in the Hudson and Keenesburg areas. Grace married Dean W. Campbell Oct. 19, 1933, in Brighton.
She loved to work in her garden, canning and putting away food for the winter. Along with her husband, they were founding members of the Fourway Baptist Church. Grace enjoyed her flower garden as she supplied flowers and arrangements for the Fourway Baptist Church. She was an active member of the Union Sunday School at the old Fourway School House in the Fourway community.
She helped operate a thrashing business in Fort Lupton alongside her husband, brother and sister-in-law. In her early married years she helped operate a farm trucking business in the northwest Denver area. She helped operate the family farm east of Fort Lupton, on County Road 41, for the past 75 years.
In her 50s, Grace started oil painting and soon mastered the art.  She then started selling and donating her wonderful landscape and animal oil paints to family members and anyone who appreciated her art.
Survivors include her son, Ralph (Sandy) Campbell, of Fort Lupton; grandchildren: Roy (Lisa) Campbell, of Vancouver Island British Columbia, Angela (John) Campbell-Shelander of Iowa City, Texas, and Stephanie (Kris) Valerio of Eaton; great-grandchildren, Trevor, Tristan, Josh, Noah and Heather; as well as three brothers: Myles (Joyce) Nichols and Maynard Nichols, of Hudson, and Lyle (Jody) Nichols of Ordway.
Her parents; her husband; brothers; Everett, Glenn, Darrel and Dale; sisters, Thelma Shugert and Betty Campbell-Nichols-Rose; grandson, James Fanning, and granddaughter, Robin Campbell, precede her in death.
Tabor-Rice Funeral Home handled the arrangements.
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Published in Fort Lupton Press on Jan. 31, 2018