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Anita Campbell


Dec 28, 1947 – Jan 20, 2020 (Age 72)


December 28, 1947
January 20, 2020


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Hardwicke Funeral Home Obituary

Anita Campbell was born December 28, 1947 in Clarksville, Arkansas to Winifred and Gladys Kirwin Bunch.  She passed away on January 20, 2020 in Clarksville, Arkansas at the age of 72.  She was a Registered Nurse.

She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, J.C. Campbell; her son, Andy Sexton; and her brother, Leon Bunch.

She is survived by her sons, Tim Sexton of Russellville, Arkansas; Jamie Sexton of Clarksville, Arkansas; her brother, Gerald Bunch of Clarksville, Arkansas; her sisters, JoAnn Kloss of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma; Wanda Torbett of Little Rock, Arkansas; eight grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren.

A service will be held at a later date.

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We love this family and share the loss of their precious sister. They were more than neighbors, they were like relatives to the Qualls family. Praying for the peace that passes understanding that God alone can give. Rest in the knowledge that she is pain free and in the presence of saints. Numbers 6:24-26

Ms Anita was a wonderful lady, caring more about others than herself.

We love you two

Anita was a great friend of mine in our teen years So sorry to hear of her passing. I will miss her dearly. Prayers for the family.

Anita was a very good person. She was an excellent nurse and treated everyone with respect. She worked with my Mother in law at JCRMC and they were good friends too. RIP sweet lady. Prayers for family and friends.

I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of this very sweet lady she always made me feel like one of her own she was my uncles sister. All my condolances to her family i wish them all peace and comfort kknowing shes now an angel in heaven watching down on us all just as she was an angel in life RIP Aunt Anita

What a great person and nurse. Youll be missed.

Nobody's ever loved me for me the way she did thank you Anita

So many memories with you Granny I love you very much and you will be missed by so many but you'll always be in our hearts no more pain and suffering