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Willa Sharp (Campbell) - Year Entered 1963

Willa Sharp (Campbell)

From Ginger, Willa's daughter

This is the hardest announcement I’ve ever had to make, and I know it will come as a shock. My beloved mom, Willa Campbell, has died. I know mom was loved by many. She had so many positive traits to love. I will not be writing details on here, except to share that God was faithful to grant her a passing that was peaceful and pain-free. My mom, being the encouraging person she was, would regularly complement me on being eloquent with words, but judging from how nearly impossible writing this short announcement has been, I seem to have lost any such gift. Hopefully, I will be able to compose and deliver a speech at her upcoming celebration of life service that will both honor her well and give those of you who loved her answers to the questions you are most likely wondering. Please pray for me about that and for healing for our household, as there is now a very obvious void and a deep sadness about the years we thought we’d still get to share with her. A celebration of her life service will be announced as soon as I know the details. My best guess of when it might be is probably 2 weeks from now on either Saturday or Sunday afternoon. Someone will be handling sending an announcement out through the church network.



 
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12/03/17 09:33 AM #1    

Sandra Schwarz (Green) (Anderson) (1963)

 

So sorry for your loss!

She was a wonderful lady and kind to all.

Thanks for letting us know

Praying for you!

Sandy Green Anderson

 

 


12/04/17 03:42 AM #2    

Florence J. /Judy Morse (Rand) (1964)

I remember Willa and how positive her outlook was. I’ll bet she was a wonderful mother. My condolences to you and your family. 

 


12/07/17 03:20 PM #3    

Joan Goodchild (Elliott) (1962)

Willa was always kind to me and to everyone.  She had a sweet and gentle nature.  She was in college at the same time I was--we lived in the same dorm and worked together at Imperial Schools.  I visited her after college when she lived in Tennessee and got to know her two daughters when they were young, Ginger and Sarah.  I had a health issue at the time and Willa told me that she had read in the newspaper about where to get help for it--I went there and got the help needed--I was always so grateful to her for that info.  She was a super-fine person and I will always remember her.  Joan Goodchild Elliott 


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