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scmpbell (#47849831)
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Bio Photo E. E. (Skip) Campbell retired from UPS in early 2012 after 38 years as a senior manager, working in numerous locations in the United States and abroad. While Skip's primary responsibilities were in the areas of operations and industrial engineering, he also has significant experience in quality, marketing, safety, and human resources.

Skip is a Senior Member of the Institute of Industrial Engineers, the Society of Engineering and Management Systems, the Society for Work Science, and the Organizational Development Network. He is a past member of the Project Management Institute and the Society for Human Resources Management.

He is also an avid historian and is active in efforts to preserve historical documents and cemeteries. Skip belongs to the Jefferson County Historical Association, Alabama Historical Association, Oak Hill Memorial Association, and Alabama Cemetery Preservation Alliance.

Skip currently is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Alabama where he serves on the faculty of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute.

His research interests center on the early histories of Alabama, Jefferson County and the city of Birmingham.

Skip sits on the Board of Visitors for the College of Continuing Studies at the University of Alabama and is a member of the Academy of Engineering Advisory Board for G.W. Carver High School in Birmingham, AL.

Skip holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and Development with concentrations in Organizational Theory and Macroergonomics.

His research interests include organizational work systems, performance metrics, and organizational change.

He received his BS degree in Applied Science and Operations Analysis from the University of Alabama and holds Masters Degrees in Engineering Management, Quality, and Management, as well as Graduate Certificates in Information Systems and Marketing.

Skip also received post-graduate training in Strategic Planning and Strategy Formulation from Georgia State University Center for Executive Education.

Skip and his wife, Denise, have 3 grown children, Adam, Michael, and Erin, and 2 grandchildren, Michael, Jr. and Mia.
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photos for memorial # 58618717
I am wondering if I could please use the gravestone photos you posted on the memorial for this fellow and his wife, buried at Marvins Chapel Cemetery, Pinson, Alabama, with giving credit to you for these photos. These folks are in my family tree. I appreciate you taking these voluntarily. If you need additional information about my project, feel free to email me. Kind Regards,
Added by B24CoPilotNiece on Feb 17, 2016 6:11 PM
RE: James Tarrant
Hi, Sorry to be so long replying, but I just found the message. I didn't create this record, just sponsored it because my husband Robert Hewitt is the 2-G Grandson of Sarah Josephine Tarrant Hewitt Sharritt (she was married twice), so I'm not sure where this burial information came from. I know that the Tarrant family sometimes traveled around the state to camp meetings and spoke, so I suppose it's possible one could have died far from home and been buried there. Other than that surmise, I'm afraid I have no ideas. Good luck with determining the correct location.
Added by LGH on Jul 13, 2014 10:55 PM
Kitty Walker Lennard
RE: 167 Alabama Infantry
Was so happy to be able to add the Jess E Ellis memorial to My virtual Cemetery. I am very proud to say that there were so many soldiers from the Pell City / B'Ham area defending Our Country during WW1 , or what they thought was the World War at the time , never realizing that we would have another World War.
Sorry for the delay .
Added by Kitty Walker Lennard on Aug 09, 2013 9:12 PM
Cameron-Ashley Heath
Thank You from WA State
Thank you for taking time out of YOUR day for me to get the headstone photo taken and up online on Find a Grave. I sincerely appreciate the assistance of the Find A Grave photo volunteers.
Added by Cameron-Ashley Heath on Oct 12, 2012 9:43 AM
Wes Truitt
RE: Charles Beason
I just walked the aisles and found him there in a group with three others. I do not recall the others near him. And he happened to be behind a McCombs market.
Added by Wes Truitt on Aug 10, 2012 2:16 PM
Wes Truitt
RE: Charles Beason
I found him in hopewell cem. From the front steps looking at about one o'clock , nine rows back, at 36 paces, behind a mccombs tombstone, and to the right of a clump of oak trees! Charles W Beason. I will post pic as soon as I get to a computer.
Added by Wes Truitt on Aug 10, 2012 10:10 AM
Wes Truitt
RE: Charles Beason
Before I moved last December I lived a mile from the cemetery so I thought I would go back and look for his grave. I am heading that way tomorrow afternoon and will let you know how it goes.
Added by Wes Truitt on Aug 09, 2012 3:23 PM
Melanie Spencer
Mary Wear
Thank you for adding the photo of Mary Blythe Wear. I really appreciate it!.

Melanie Spencer
Added by Melanie Spencer on Aug 07, 2012 7:18 PM
Melanie Spencer
RE: Nancy C. Bradford
If you are referring to the Nancy C. Bradford that was a child of Philemon and Susannah Truss, her birth and death dates are:15 Apr 1826 to 16 May 1851. I don't know what the C stands for. I'd appreciate the photo.

Added by Melanie Spencer on Aug 02, 2012 7:48 AM
Melanie Spencer
Ida Blythe Huddleston
Thank you for the photo of Ida's grave.

Melanie Spencer
Added by Melanie Spencer on Jul 24, 2012 2:52 PM
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