Raymond Neill Campbell
August 6, 1933 - September 29, 2020
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Raymond N. Campbell, 87, widower of Shirley Tucker Campbell, died peacefully at home on Tuesday September 29, 2020, after a long battle with Parkinsons disease. Born in Greenville, South Carolina, he was the son of the late Raymond Welborn and Annie McKeithan Campbell. He attended Greenville High School, Class of 1951, where he was a…

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Lauren Gosse left a message on October 2, 2020:
I met Raymond and Debra when they would visit the Bank of America branch. They quickly became my favorite client and I was excited to see them every time. My favorite memory of Raymond was when we would exchange his candy (werthers) for my Lollipops at the bank. I will miss his sweet smile and his kind words. He will be missed. Love, Lauren.
Ellen Wasson left a message on October 1, 2020:
Ray was a true southern gentleman. I cleaned his teeth for years. I always loved seeing him and getting to know him. He always had a smile on his face and a big hug for me.
Kelly Barnett left a message on October 1, 2020:
My thoughts and prayers are with you all.  Raymond  was so kind, generous and loving. Big smile followed by an even bigger hug. I will forever cherish the Christmas memories with the Campbell family. Love and prayers for you all. 
Stephanie B Edlin left a message on October 1, 2020:
So very sorry for your loss. Raymond always had the biggest smile, always happy. What a reunion in heaven parts of our families are having. Love to you all, Stephanie Barnett Edlin
Sue Finley left a message on October 1, 2020:
I worked with Ray many years at J.E. Sirrine. We kidded each other a lot and I have many memories that I will cherish.  I am also friends for years with Anne and she brought Ray to our church functions and also to church.  Ray would always give me a hug and a big smile. I will always remember his sweet laugh. Love you Ray.
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Lea Dwyer left a message on September 30, 2020:
Mama said she saw a butterfly today.  That was a sign that Mama Annie was happy to see him.  He will be missed and was the best Uncle ever. Love y'all. Lea, Pat and Brayden Dwyer
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