• 82 years old
  • Born on November 13, 1931 in Shooting Creek, North Carolina, United States.
  • Passed away on April 16, 2014 in Sunnyvale, California, United States.

Mary Elizabeth (Ledford) Campbell was born in Shooting Creek, North Carolina on November 13, 1931.  She passed away on April 16, 2014 at the age of 82, in Sunnyvale, California.  She is survived by children Michael Campbell, of San Jose, CA; Mary Jo Thiel, of Pleasanton, CA; grandchildren Kelsey Thiel and Kenneth Thiel of Pleasanton, CA; step-daughter Sandie Gordon, of Richmond Hills, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; sister Barbary Renolds, of St. Augustine, FL; (more to come - the rest is under construction, please bear with us during this time)

Recent Memorial Site Updates
- 05/30/14 Video's of the Memorial Service have been posted; see Gallery|Video
- 06/02/14 Photos of the Inurnment; scroll to the end of the photo gallery
- 06/18/14 Audio of Memorial Service; in the audio gallery

Memorial Service Details
Friday May 30, 2014 at 11:30
Cornerstone Fellowship, in the Chapel
348 N Canyon Parkway, Livermore, CA

Inurnment Service Details
Monday June 2, 2014 at 11:30
Oakmont Memorial Park, Valley View Mausoleum
2099 Reliez Valley Road, Lafayette, CA

If you like, you can make a donation to the Wounded Warrior Project; it was one of Mary Elizabeth's favorite charities.

Posted by Don Huffman on 16th April 2019
Will not forget this Jesus loving sister!!
Posted by Don Huffman on 13th November 2018
Remembering your love of Jesus, that is carried forward..
Posted by Don Huffman on 14th November 2015
Prayers going up to heaven for thankfulness for you when you were here on earth..
Posted by Don Huffman on 20th May 2014
Thanks you Lord, for letting us know Mary Elizabeth, and for her work as an intercessory prayer "warrior". She joined with us on so many prayer request for others. Her love of Jesus and His Word were inspiring and now she is at last with her Precious Savior. Our prayers are with the family for their loss, and for Jesus' gain. chaplain don huffman

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