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Obituary- Connie Sue (Carroll) Campbell



Connie Sue (Carroll) Campbell, age 46 went home to be with her savior on July 2, 2007.

 

She is survived by her husband, Ronnie Campbell, Son, Christopher Allen Campbell, daughter, Shelby Lewis Campbell all of Shelbyville; Stepson, Shane Campbell of Shelbyville; Mother-in-law, Jonnie Campbell of Shelbyville; Sisters, Elaine Phillips of Bristol, TN, Cathy Hearl and Barbara Haworth of Abingdon, Virginia, Faye Thomas of Lincolnton, North Carolina, Deanna Haworth of Elizabethon, TN.; Brothers, Danny Carroll, David Carroll and Teddy Carroll all of Gastinia, North Carolina; Several aunts, uncle, nieces and nephews.

 

Mrs. Campbell is preceded in death by her parents, Dan and Martha Carroll and her father-in-law, Dempsey Campbell.

 

Services are 11:00 A.M., Thursday July 5, at Midland Heights Baptist Church in Shelbyville with Rev. Steve Murphy officiating.

 

Burial will follow in the Hill Crest Cemetery with nephews and friends serving as pall bearers.

 

The family will receive friends at the home on Tuesday and Wednesday and one hour before the funeral at the church on Thursday.

 

William and Sons of Soddy-Daisy, Tenn., in charge of arrangements.

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