Wallace-Campbell-Obituary

Wallace Ronald Campbell

Lafayette, California

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Dad, You were such a humble man.I learned more about you at the funeral. I am so proud to be your daughter. I will cherish so many childhood memories. The restling around you on the livingroom floor and the boxing on TV, the country music, the crossword puzzles with the dictionary, the BBQs, and all the family gettogethers. I will miss calling you on the phone and hearing how the day has gone. Just to hear your voice. Love you Dad

Dad, while our visits were far between, you always made me feel like part of your family. I will always cherish those memories and you will always have a special place in my heart.

I'm so happy that I got to go to the family reunion last summer. I never knew that we had so little time left. I will always remember and cherish those memories. I will miss you.

March 07, 2013 I will miss working on crosswords and spending time with you. I loved listening to you read poems and stories, especially The Honey Bear.

I will miss our time laughing. We both have such a great sense of humor ...lol. I am glad to have spent so much time with you the last couple years... your half pint, Helene

R.I.P Grandpa, you'll live on in our hearts.

We are so glad we were to the reunion in June. We have many fine memories.

Dad, I miss our morning coffee talks when I came out from Colorado. That and the cribbage games.

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Wallace's Obituary

Wallace Ronald CampbellMay 29, 1921-Mar. 1, 2013Resident of MoragaWallace passed away on Friday, March 1st after suffering a heart attack. He was preceded in death by his wife M. Jean, and daughter Margaret, and great-grandchild Kendrick KnoxWallace was born on May 29th, 1921, in Egeland, North...

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