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Neva J. Campbell
 

Published: 11/30/2012

Neva J. Campbell

Died: Nov. 29, 2012

JONESBOROUGH -- Neva J. Campbell, age 83, Limestone, passed away Thursday at the Wellmont Holston Valley Medical Center after a brief illness.

A native of Washington County, she was a daughter of the late James Howard Jeffers Sr. and the late Clara Slagle Jeffers.

Mrs. Campbell was preceded in death by her husband, Paul C. Campbell Sr., and a brother, J.H. Jeffers Jr.

She was a member of Salem Presbyterian Church, where she served as an elder.

She was a co-founder and an active member of "Hungry Souls Ministry."

Mrs. Campbell was a member of the Limestone Eastern Star for more than 50 years.

"Miss Neva," as she was known by many people, was an active and very social person. She was always giving to others - whether it was a kind word, deed or one of her pints of pickles.

She loved teapots, dishes, and flowers.

Mrs. Campbell was a charter member of the "Monday Club," which was a weekly social gathering of friends.

In her early career, Mrs. Campbell was a legal secretary for several attorneys in Greeneville and Johnson City.

She also worked as a homemaker, loving mother, and farmer's wife.

Survivors include two sons: Clayton Campbell (Viola Verran), and Dwight Campbell, all of Limestone; one daughter: Carole Ann Campbell and husband, Jeff Smith, of Kingsport; her honorary son: Sam Fullen of Johnson City; one brother: Wayne Jeffers of Jonesborough; a special cousin: Marcella Epperson of Johnson City; and several cousins.

The family expressed special thanks to Dr. James R. McKinney, Dr. Fred Myers, the staffs of Takoma and Holston Valley hospitals for the wonderful care given to Mrs. Campbell, and for the ministry of the Rev. Deven Johnson.

The family will receive friends from 4-8 p.m. Saturday at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home in Jonesborough.

Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Sunday at Salem Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Bill Wing, Dr. Angus Shaw, and Dr. James R. McKinney officiating.

The body will lie in state for 30 minutes prior to the service.

Interment will follow in Urbana Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Jim Austin, David Campbell, Alan Campbell, Jim Slagle, Jimmy Balding, Russell Greene, Tim Hensley, and David Reid.

Memorial donations may be made to Salem Presbyterian Music Fund, P.O. Box 95, Limestone, TN 37681.

Condolences may be sent to the Campbell family at http://www.dillow-taylor.com.

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