Dolores May Campbell, 88, of Garber, died, Sunday, May 7, 2017, in St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center, Enid, Oklahoma. She was born in Clayton, New York to Lawrence and Erma (Persy) Colin on April 18, 1929. She enjoyed many years of service to the Garber Schools as a Foster Grandparent and was known by many as Grandma Dee. In fact, her name given by the children spread quickly and she proudly bore the name in the community by all. She loved serving children and especially loved her grandchildren and the times she was able to be with them. She worked as a homemaker and waitress but serving the children was her passion.
She is preceded in death by her husband, James R. Campbell, two daughters, Vickie Hogan and Debbie Foxwell and three brothers.
Survivors include her daughter, Patricia Robinson of Fond du lac, Wisconsin and one son, James Campbell of Garber, Oklahoma. Five grandchildren, Bob Hogan, Jeff Robinson, Jason Robinson, and Kimmi Bales. Six great grandchildren, Brandon Robinson, Courtney Hogan, Jade Robinson, Haley Hogan, Jonah Robinson and Eden Robinson. One brother, Bob Colin of Rochester, New York.
Services for Ms. Campbell will be held on Monday, May 15, 2017, at 7:00 PM with the family receiving friends from 5:30 till service time at the Christian Church, 203 Iowa Street, Garber, Oklahoma. For those desiring, memorial contributions may be made to Survivor Resource Network for domestic violence through the funeral home. Arrangements have been entrusted to Dugger Funeral Home of Garber
To the Family. SO sorry for your loss. Hope you will be comforted in knowing that Dolores has the prospect of being resurrected (in the flesh) to Paradise Earth as God has promised. The vast majority will have everlasting life here on earth. God's Kingdom will do this under the Rulership of Jesus Christ. READ John 5:28, 29, Job 14:14, 15 and Revelation 21:2-4
What a wonderful lady Dee was!! I so enjoyed all the year's of knowing her!! She will be missed by all. May God be with the family at this time. I love you all.
Nancy Cunningham & Family
Nancy CunninghamMannford, OK
I have so many fond memories of Aunt Dee growing up as a child and as a adult. Her kindness I always will remember. Gloria and I will continue to share our love for you Aunt Dee. Our thoughts and prayers to the family.
Mike and Gloria CampbellMurrles Inlet, SC
So sorry and sad we have lost you. I am thankful to have had the privilage of caring for you. I'm happy for you that you have finally gone home as you have prayed for so often
Give my love to Gram,Jack and Vickie. Thank you for your years of love and support Love you
Patti RobinsonFond du Lac, WI
Aunt Dee was the best, she was a beautiful woman inside and out. We have so many fond memories of her and she will be missed so much. Patti and Jimmy, our deepest sympathies for you both.
Anne and Jerry GriffithNorth Fort Myers, FL
Prayers for the sweet family. Dee was a great lady. She was there when my kids went to school. She had a sweet smile every time you seen her. Heaven has a sweet angel.
Virginia M SuggsGarber, OK
I love you MomMom, I will see you again someday. Until then hug Aunt Vicki and Dad for me.
Jeff Robinsobmeeker, OK
Our deepest sympathy. She was such a joy to be around when we worked at the school together. She had a way of making you feel special. Her smile was always heartwarming. Praying for Gods comfort. Ona Avery
Ona And Bud AveryGarber, OK