Anthony "Tony"-Campbell-Obituary

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Anthony "Tony" Coleman Campbell

Moultrie, Georgia

Feb 2, 1962 – Jun 26, 2021 (Age 59)


February 2, 1962
June 26, 2021
Moultrie, Georgia


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Cobb Funeral Chapel - Moultrie Obituary

Anthony “Tony” Coleman Campbell, 59, of Moultrie, died Saturday, June 26, 2021 in Lexington, SC.

A Private Memorial Service will be held at a later date.  

Born February 2, 1962, in Orlando, FL, he was the son of Patsy Lamb Campbell and the late Homer C. “Bill” Campbell.

Survivors include his daughter, Amy DeAnna Sheley and husband Josh of Sylvania; grandchildren, Tucker Sheley and Rhett Sheley; mother, Patsy Campbell of Moultrie; sister, Sherrie Soderstrom and husband Paul of Moultrie; niece, Jennifer Mothershed and husband Donny; nephew, Shaun Soderstrom and wife Dresden; great-niece, Sophia Barrett Soderstrom and his beloved beagle, Roscoe.

Memorial contributions may be made to any local animal shelters or a charity of your choice.

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So sorry for your loss, Tony was a good friend, we had a lot of great times growing up.

Patsy, I'm so sorry for your loss. Keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.

Patsy and family i am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you all in this time of grief with prayers for peace and comfort. Tony will be greatly missed.

So sorry to hear, May you Rest In Peace Cuz, Love and Prayers for your Mom and Sherrie and Families Loved you ❤

I went to school with Tony. I'm so sorry for the families loss. He was a really nice guy and funny. Prayers for family.

So sorry to hear of his passing. I remember the good Ole days when we went to school together, and he always made laugh, and always was a cut up. Great memories. God bless his family!

I'm gonna miss the conversations we had while i worked on his truck. He always came up with something to distract me from being mad when I got frustrated. He's already well missed.

Patsy, Jim and I are so sorry for you loss. Please know you and your family are in our prayers.