|Birth: ||Nov. 28, 1913|
|Death: ||Aug. 17, 1989|
Clarence Albert Campbell, known as Bill, Grandpa Bill, Dad, Red (nick name at republic steel) and Uncle Willy was a great man. He was known around Enon Valley, New Galilee for bringing food to the poor starving old men during the Great Depression. He left school along with his brother and sister to support the family after his father died when he was 15.
He married Anna Jeanette Smith in 1943 in Koppel, Pennsylvania and lost their first son in 1944. He gave half of his pay check to an elderly couple in Petersburg during the 50s and took care of countless neighborhood children who came from battered homes.
If someone would steal something, he'd figure if they needed it that much, they could have it. He was by far the most unmaterialistic man ever. He cared for people more than money and took great care of his family, finding odd jobs to support them during the Republic Steel lay off.
He loved his wife and children very much and his mother and siblings.
Carl Blackwood Campbell (1884 - 1928)
Jessie Fern LaFever Campbell (1891 - 1980)
Anna Jeanette Smith Campbell (1923 - 2007)*
Carl Douglas Campbell (1943 - 1944)*
Blanche R Campbell Wilson (1911 - 1971)*
Clarence Albert Campbell (1913 - 1989)
Earl Erwin Campbell (1917 - 1982)*
Ruth P Campbell Horstman (1919 - 1991)*
Maintained by: Philip
Originally Created by: DMLeForce
Record added: Jul 12, 2009
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