Paul F. Campbell

Raleigh, North Carolina

Jul 13, 1933 - Apr 1, 2013

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HI June. I saw Paul's obituary in the N&O. I loved the picture! Looks just like I remember him from years ago. I know this is going to be really hard for you, because you all have been together for so long! I will be thinking of you in the months ahead. I have fond memories of the times you and Paul and Tom and I spent together. My best to the children and especiallyto you.
Rae McNamara Jarema

Paul,we have been friends for a long time; that friendship will never end. It was nice while it lasted here on solid ground.
All I ask is a cold Amber Boch, as I slide across home plate. We had a good ride while my it lasted Compadre; and until we meet again "Take care, stay safe, keep smiling, happy hunting, and may Buddah keep you safe."... Ringo Sends ...

To the extended list of family members, please accept my humble and sincere form of condolence for your...

June, my thoughts are with you in losing the love of your life as you were with Paul. He gave so much of himself to so many, many people and was truly devoted to his beliefs and his beloved Special Forces! A TRUE warrior and even after his military retirement continued to support the SF and devoted so much to keeping it alive and growing. Thank you for sharing him with all of us. Prayer, thoughts and love to you and all of your family in your loss.

No one lit up a room like Uncle Paul did! He seemed to always be on the go. I loved the time he came home after loosing a lot of weight and breezed quickly by the people gathered in my Dad's kitchen to visit him like nothing special had happened. That was a riot! Every time I got to see him he was happy, smiling and funny. I am very proud of his accomplishments, especially his service to our country during the Vietnam War and his career in the Army, and to have known him. My prayers are with...

June, our prayers are with you. May he rest in peace as he joins the rest of his family above. He was a special person serving our country an we can't thank him enough for all he did an gave. You all must be so proud of hi . May you find peace as he has his angle wings now. I will always remember our time in NC. Specially when we can one Christmas when I was little an so worried about Santa not finding us an you & him took so much time to assure me he will. I will never forget that warm...

My thoughts and prayers go out to the whole family.
PAUL you will always be remembered by me.Will never forget how good you were to me when Jack passed on. And the great trips to Atlantic Beach every summer.
JUNE-it will be hard to face the first year without Paul,but love of family and friends can carry you through.

Thank You Uncle Paul for your dedicated service to our country. From a very young age you stepped forward with your brothers to offer your time and put your life on the line in Military Service to help keep the home front safe for your family and those you would never meet. As a child, I would listen as the grown-ups would talk of you with pride, as you continued that service your entire life.. Our family tree is all the richer in character because of you and the path you choose to live....

Danny and Sharon Lee(Campbell)send our sincere sympathy on the loss of Paul. My brother David and I were planning to attend the service, but just found out that it is for tomorrow and can not make it. Our thoughts and prayers are for your family especially for tomorrow.

Our sincere condolences to Aunt June, Karen and Todd. May God be with you during this time.
John and Joyce (Levasseur) Harrington


Paul's Obituaries

Paul Francis CampbellRaleighPaul Francis Campbell, 79, of Raleigh, passed away on April 1, 2013. Paul was born July 13, 1933 in Whitinsville, Mass to the late John J. and Floreen Campbell.Paul is survived by his wife June Campbell , children Karen C MacDonald in Boston, MA and Todd W. Campbell in...

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