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Norma Campbell

Norma H. Campbell (Yeager)

Sunday, August 19th, 1928 - Saturday, May 22nd, 2021
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In Memory of Norma Helen "Yeager" Campbell


Born in Fieldsboro NJ in 1928, she lived there her entire life. She was predeceased by her loving husband, Leo S. Campbell and also by her daughter, Karen Campbell Hillman. She was predeceased by her parents, James and Helen "Sadler" Yeager.

She is survived by her sister, Charlotte Yeager Lamson Iannacone and her niece and goddaughter Glennelle Lamson Quicksall and Glennelle's 2 sons, Charles J. Quicksall Jr. and Glenn E. Quicksall who was blessed to be her godson and his wife Janet. Two great-nieces, Michelle Ross and her husband Aaron, their children and Justine Sverdlov and her husband Liav. Norma was blessed with many friends and much family who consistently kept in touch. Her cousins George and Lynn Lawrence Karr and Jean and George Hanuschik, Joan and Debbie Vareka and their families. Also her friend Beverly Kniss. She was especially close to her friend Claire Fasick, one of her bridesmaids in her and Leo's wedding.

She was a member of The Altar Rosary Society of St. Mary's Church all her life. She organized bus trips for the benefit and pleasure of the Fieldsboro Fire Co. for many years.

She had her Beauty Salon Business in Fieldsboro for many years that served many family, friends and acquaintances. Leo, her husband owned Campbell Burial Vaults for over 25 years.

Norma shared a lovely shore house on the inlet at Forked River and gave us many a lovely weekend swimming and boating. She also had many lovely swimming parties at her beautiful pool and yard in Fieldsboro.

Norma will be missed by all that ever knew her. She was kind, gentle and one of the most loving women I ever knew.

God bless her soul and keep her with you until we all meet her again.
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A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at a later date.

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