Photo courtesy of Drum Funeral Home - Hickory

Georgie Cline Campbell

Hickory, North Carolina

Jan 22, 1920 – Mar 11, 2013

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Dear Dr. Campbell,

I just heard about your mom. I am so sorry. As am I thinking of you, I can imagine the love, care, and inspiration you must have had from her that made you such a special person. Please accept my condolences. I can only imagine how difficult this must be for you.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of sorrow.

School of Education, UF

Dr. Campbell and Family,

My deepest condolences on the lost of your Mom. I would like to share with you one of my favorite poems on the loss of loved ones. This poem has comforted me during times of loss in my family. It is my hope and prayer that in some small way it also provides a moment of comfort to you and your family during this difficult time.

Gone From My Sight
by Henry Van Dyke

I am standing upon the seashore. A ship, at my side,

Aunt Georgie was the sweetest person that I have ever known. I was so blessed to be apart of her family. Thankful that she has now been reunited in Heaven with the love of her life, Uncle Harry. They both were amazing people. I loved her and will miss Aunt Georgie for as long as I live. Dale, my prayers are with you. She was so very proud of you. God bless you.

Dale, I am very sorry to hear about your Mother. I live in Tulsa, OK. and it is a little hard to get home sometimes. We s send our deepest sympathy and our prayers. Steve & Earline Lewis. You are in our thoughts ane Prayers.

dear dale and family ronnie and di you all have my depesty symapthy
sinceirly beckie jarrett melton
todd n. c.

Aunt Georgie was the most kind and gentle person I have ever met. I was so blessed to be apart of her family. Thankful that she is now reunited in Heaven with the love of her life, Uncle Harry. Aunt Georgie was an amazing person who was loved by many. Prayers are being sent your way, Dale.

Dear Dr. Campbell and Family,
We hold you in our hearts as you make peace with your mother's passing. Death shows us that once created, the bonds of love are never broken. We send our support, and wish you all comfort in sharing your beloved memories with each other.

Dear Dr. Campbell and family: My deepest sympathy for your loss and my prayers are with you during this time og grieving. Be comforted in knowing that she is resting in the bosom of Jesus and that you shall see her once again in glory! May the peace of God that passeth all understanding be with you.

Dale, I know your mother must have been proud of you and the rest of her family. She gave us all a gift in raising you. You have a lot of friends thinking about you and sending their support.


Georgie's Obituaries

Georgie Cline Campbell, 93, went to be with her Lord on March 11, 2013 at Baptist Hospital in Winston-Salem, NC. Born into this life on January 22, 1920, in Catawba County, she was the daughter of the late Fides Theodore Cline and Polly Anna Hawn Cline. She was a life-long member of St. Stephens...

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