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Betty Campbell

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Nov 19, 1927 - Sept 3, 2011 KINGWOOD, TX Having done all she could to make this world better, Betty Esther Campbell decided the angels could make better use of her services on 3 Sep 2011. For nearly 84 years, she touched and cared for hundreds. She was born 19 Nov 1927, in San Antonio, Texas, to Oscar and Esther Egle. She had two sisters, Barbara Anne and Patricia, and one brother, John. Betty's dearest childhood friends were her cousins, Jeanie and Evelyn Egle. At Lackland AFB, she met and married Ted Campbell and had three children, Ted Jr., Barbara, and James. After the Air Force, they moved to Midwest City, Oklahoma. Family, education and work were important to Betty; she earned her Baccalaureate Degree in 1991, followed by a Graduate Degree from Oklahoma University in 1994, when she was 66 years old. After 30 years, she retired as a GS-12 at Tinker AFB in 1997. Betty moved to San Antonio to care for her Mother, Esther, who lived 101 years. Betty's final years at Rosemont brought her peace, love, safety and security. She is survived by her son, Ted Campbell and his wife Kit Taylor; her daughter, Barbara Chance; her son, James Campbell and his wife Kathy; her brother, John Egle and his wife Helen; her sister, Patricia Anderson and her husband Charles. She had seven grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, and numerous cousins, nieces and nephews including her special cousin, Jeanie Williams. Betty's lasting legacy is her devotion to family. A Memorial will be held 7 pm, Wed, Sep 7, at St. Matthews Church, 10703 Wurzbach Rd., San Antonio, TX. There will be a viewing at Bill Eisenhower Funeral Home, 5005 SE 29th Street, Del City, OK, from 5-9 PM Fri, Sep 9, with graveside services Sat, 10 am, Sep 10, at Arlington Memory Gardens, 3400 North Midwest Blvd, Oklahoma City, OK. In lieu of flowers, please make charitable contributions to National Alliance on Mental Illness, www.nami.org

Published in The Oklahoman on Sept. 8, 2011
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