Mr. Milton “Milt” Gray-Campbell-Obituary

Mr. Milton “Milt” Gray Campbell


Mr. Milton "Milt" Gray Campbell, Sr., age 78, of Gainesville, Ga., formerly of Plainfield, N.J., passed away peacefully at his residence surrounded by his loving family.Funeral services are scheduled for 11 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012, at Memorial Park North Riverside Chapel.The Rev....

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I went to high school with Milt and I was always proud to say I knew him and considered him a friend, I remember one day I say Milt, Tom and their father running side by side in their sweat suits three 6ft 4in handsome men, that was about 65 years ago and I see that image often in my memory, a little late but good by Milt from Vincent Jiovino

May fond memories of Milt Campbell fill the minds and hearts of friends and family. WC Florida

Lamento su pérdida pero la palabra de dios nos da consuelo y esperanza en revelación 21:4

World's Greatest Friend

I first met Milt when he was doing a motivational talk in California. We became close friends and he also became my mentor. He inspired me to reach for my own dreams. When I stayed in his home, he placed the Gold Medal in my hands. I felt a very powerful energy and shivers went through my body. I credit much of my own success to Milt's inspiring advice. He was the world's greatest athlete and he was also the world's greatest friend. Thank you Milt for your genuine friendship. Your...

My family and I are long time Plainfield natives. My Uncle, Aunts and mom went to school with Milt our hero, legend and champion. May his memory carry on for ages hence. My dad use to point him out when we saw him in Plainfield. "there goes Milt!" The Mckoy Family pray for comfort and peace.

farewell to one of the world's greatest athletes and one of the worlds greatest people. You will be sorely missed, Bill and Gloria Hines

We only spent a day with Milt over ten years ago, but knew instantly that he was a great and loving man.

Paul and Dixie

We are so sorry Linda to hear of Milt's passing. We often speak of having met him when you visited over 10 years ago. He was an incredible human being and one who will be remembered for all eternity.
Our deepest sympathy and prayers to you and your families.

Bill and Nancy Baer