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Kerry Leon Campbell

August 11, 1934 ~ July 4, 2020 (age 85)

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Karie Peterson
July 15, 2020 3:12 AM
I'm so sorry for your loss he was very special and a wonderful bishop!  He touched my life and many others.  Hugs to you and your family
Karie (Tolman) Peterson
July 11, 2020 11:44 AM
Dear Campbell Family-  So sorry to hear of Kerry's passing.  The thing we remember most about Kerry is his smile.  No matter where you ran into him, even when he was ill, he would put the great smile on his face.  It always made you feel like he was glad to see you and that you meant something to him in some small way.  We know that you will miss him, especially you Margene, and please remember him always by missing him.  He will be a hard person not to miss.  He loved his family and you Margene.  He was always happiest surrounded by his great loving family, gr;and kids and greats.  He served his family well and will forever be a fond memories for so many people he touched with concern and kindness.  We are sorry we were unable to attend services.  We had previous commitments.  Love to you all,  Carla and Monte
Marilee Udy
July 9, 2020 9:33 PM
Margene, I am so sorry about Kerry passing.  He was such a wonderful, kind man.  You are very fortunate that you had so many years together.  I watched the funeral on line.  It was so nice.  It was interesting to learn more about him.  We are living in St. George now.  We miss coming to Logan during the summer.  We miss all of the good people up there.  I have always thought so much of both of you.  You will be in my prayers.  
Jeff Nuffer
July 9, 2020 6:42 PM
Doug, Marjene, And family, So sorry to here of your recent loss. Kerry was a Great leader. May God bless you.
Dick Williams
July 9, 2020 5:32 PM
Kerry and were golfing partners for several years.  When he was called to be a Bishop, I kidded him that he would have to be careful about cuss words if he hit a bad shot.  About two months later I was called to be a Bishop, so then it really got interesting during golf. I am proud to say that Kerry kept his part of the bargin and could hold his head up high.  I was a witness to the time Kerry got an eagle on hole 15 at Birch Creek Golf Course.   We had some great times.  I will miss him. 
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