Memorial Flower for Felicia

Shared by Tracy Tuttle on July 13, 2021
Hi Everyone,
We are spreading my mom's ashes in a private ceremony later this month. My understanding is that there will be a bigger memorial in Las Vegas in the fall. However, we wanted to give people a chance to participate. My daughter Sigourney wrote the following.
The world has been without the wonderful and unique soul of Felicia Campbell for almost a year now. For 89 years she graced us with her presence, wisdom, and love just as a true queen does. Her impact on all of us is something we will hold on to for a lifetime and we’d like to honor her for all that she has done for us.
We’d love you to share a favorite memory, tidbit, or moment in history with Felicia that we will incorporate into a memorial flower that will be sent off with her ashes later this month. We’re sure she’d love to hear about all those memories again from her favorite people.
If you would to share, please send it to me by direct message or text to 858-353-3875. I will post photos of the memory flower after the ceremony. I would need your submission by 7/20. I hope this allows you one last chance to say goodbye.
Thank you and please know that I am eternally grateful she was loved by so many.
Feel free to pass this along.

Forever Young

Shared by Susan Summers on August 17, 2020
During my ten years at UNLV, Felicia would never admit to her age.  Young at heart she would answer.  I was nearing my 70's and she would say, "My God you look like you're in your 50's!"  Then Felicia had cataract surgery and when she came back, in her indomitable way she said, "My God, what happened to you!"  All I see is wrinkles.  We both had a great laugh over that one.  
I spent many hours talking with her about every subject imaginable.  Had many a Saturday breakfast with her as we lived fairly close together.  Laughed with her over her Bright RED SUV.  When asked when she was going to retire she would always reply never and by golly she never did!
I am so thankful that I got to work with her and be her friend for many years after my retirement.  Her smile will stay in my heart forever.

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