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In Memory of Delores 'Dee' Campbell

Visitation at Church

3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Sunday April 10, 2022
Peace Lutheran Church
2084 County Road N
Baldwin Wisconsin, 54002

Visitation at Church

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Monday April 11, 2022
Peace Lutheran Church
2084 County Road N
Baldwin Wisconsin, 54002

Celebration of Life Service

2:00 pm
Monday April 11, 2022
Peace Lutheran Church
2084 County Road N
Baldwin Wisconsin, 54002

Delores Janet ‘Dee’ Campbell, age 89 of Hammond died peacefully March 27, 2022 at her home with her family by her side. Dee was born on October 16, 1932 in Baldwin; the daughter of Edward and Jenette (Bosman) Bol. She attended East Pine Lake School prior to graduating from the Baldwin High School in the class of 1950. On November 28, 1953, she exchanged vows with her best friend and soul mate, Clyde Campbell at the First Reformed Church in Baldwin. This union created nine children. Although it wasn’t always easy, Dee was able to juggle being a cook and taking care of her children. Many sought after her cooking as she worked for the Laurel, Lundy’s and the Coachman Supper Clubs. Her famous hamburgers were always welcomed by golfers and patrons alike at the Hammond Golf Club.

 

Dee and Clyde may have had their hands full with nine kids, but they raised them with love, fairness, with a firm set of expectations. Dee’s faith became the mainstay that helped through life’s trials and tribulations; such as Clyde’s untimely passing in 2005. She was active at Peace Lutheran Church in their Joy Circle, Women Of Peace quilting, and the youth Logos program as the kids so looked forward to her cooking. She enjoyed time spent with the Red Hats women group from Hammond, doing embroidery, and cheering on the River Falls basketball team. Dee loved unconditionally; whether her children, grandchildren, or great grandchildren. She always had enough love to go around. Cooking and baking for an army may have originated from Dee’s kitchen. She loved entertaining. She had the biggest smiles around bon fires, Christmas get-togethers, and getting dressed up to go to a family wedding.

 

Dee will forever remain in the hearts of her children Ron (Geri) Campbell of Roberts, Bob (Cindy) Campbell of Hammond, Beverly (Ted) Burch of Luck, James (Rose Kappers) Campbell of Baldwin, Gerald Campbell of Balsam Lake, Thomas (Elea) Campbell of West Lakeland, Barb (Scott) Larson of Florida, Gary (Dawn) Campbell of River Falls, Roger Campbell of Clear Lake, twenty-five grandchildren, twenty-six great grandchildren; and sister/brother-in-law Judy (Mike) O’Connell of Hudson. She was preceded in death by her parents Edward and Jenette Bol, husband Clyde, sister Marilyn Titel; and brothers Harold (Marilyn) Bol, Dale (June) Bol.

 

Celebration of Life for Delores Campbell will be 2PM, Monday April 11 at Peace Lutheran Church in Baldwin with pastor John Hanson having the honor of presiding at her service. Visitation will be on Sunday, April 10th from 3pm to 6pm ALSO at Peace Lutheran Church as well as one hour prior to the service. Her service will be lived streamed. To watch her service live click this link. Interment will be privately held. Memorials are preferred to the discretion of the family and will further her passions in life. Memorial and cremation services have been entrusted to the O’Connell Family Funeral Home of Baldwin.

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    • Thru technology I was able to watch the service with you all this morning. She was a beautiful thoughtful women who I have also called her Mom. I’m praying for healing hearts. Love Jolene❤️

    • Auntie was an amazing person. She was always busy whether it was baking, canning or outside. I’m so fortunate that I could be a part of the family. She was always welcoming when I would come to stay. You will be missed dearly. Love always Julie

    • Thoughts and prayers for the family and friends of family we loved and enjoyed.

    • Dear Dee’s family.

      Dee was always an inspiration to me. We worked together in so many ways at Peace. She was the one who taught me that I wouldn’t have to use a flour sifter to mix ingredients – just a whisk! That’s only one of the many lessons learned from this dear lady. She will always live on in my heart and I thank the Lord for the gift of her life for us here on earth. Perhaps the closing thought for me as a remembrance of Dee is “In Christ Alone, my hope is found.” See you later, Dee.

    • So sorry for your loss. We will really miss her at at Peace. She always had a smile on her face..

    • Our heart is so saddened by this loss of a Great lady. Some of our fondest memories are with you and your loved ones. May we never forget the joy Delore’s brought to all of us.

      Love,
      Jordan & Kim Pechuman

    • So sorry to hear about Delores. We pass on our prayers and sympathy. Delores lived a wonderful and very full life and raised a wonderful family. She will be looking upon all her family and friends and cheering on the Packers in Heaven. God Bless all who were close to Delores and especially EleaJean and Tom who are the best two in laws any couple could hope for. Take care and love always.

    • Sending Sincere Sympathy to Delores’s family.
      She was a Special Cousin, Dear Friend and Wonderful Lady for as far back as I can remember. She helped me sort out our family and just last month identified other family members on a photo I had. I am really going to miss our Facebook Chats and her knowledge when I have family quesions. But I rejoice that her earthly struggles are over and she is safely Home with all the others that have gone on before. RIP now Delores….Go rest high on that mountain…your work on earth is done.

    • I love Dee very much. What a sweet kind person. She always brought sunshine into a gathering. Dear Dee enjoy heaven and seeing your husband again. Tell my husband hi and look for him by the fishing hole. May God surround all your family with his love.

    • Deepest sympathies to Dee’s family. What a special lady. She will be missed by many. Always had a smile and such a hard worker. RIP dear lady you have earned your place in heaven. Love Roxi Tunheim🌻🌻