Harold Lee Campbell

         September 3, 1931 -- June 24, 2013

Harold Lee Campbell, 81, of Middlebury, died at 6:15 am, on
Monday, June 24, at Courtyard Of Goshen. He was born on
September 3, 1931, in Cumberland, IA, to Wesley J. and Ola B.
(Chew) Campbell. On May 29, 1955, he married Mary Joanne
Fredericksen, she died July 6, 2012. Surviving are daughter,
Rhonda Schrock of Middlebury; two sons, Rodney (Lisa)
Campbell of Bristol, Rory (Amanda) Campbell of Portland; seven
grandchildren, three great grandchildren, one step grandchild,
two step great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his
wife, parents, a daughter Rhodette Campbell, a sister Evelyn
Sorenson and son-in-law Larry Schrock. Harold had been a
member of the Methodist Church since 1946 serving on the Board
of Trustees for the Northern Indiana Conference and was on the
board of the Indiana Auctioneers Association. He had worked for
23 years at Furst-McNess Manufacturing in Freeport, IL retiring in
2002, had worked in sales for Redman Homes in Topeka for 13
years and was owner-operator of Campbell Auction Service since
1978. Harold and his wife had raised Siberian Huskies and were
known for raising asparagus. Visitation will be from 10:00 am - 12:
00 pm on Friday June 28, at Miller-Stewart Funeral Home, 1003
South Main Street Middlebury, with a funeral service following at 2:
00 pm.  Services will be conducted by Pastor Rod Holmes. Burial
will be in Grace Lawn Cemetery, Middlebury.

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                            Current Online Condolences

Harold and I worked together for McNness for many years. He
was the hardest working guy that ever worked for me. Very
committed. We had lots of good times together too. Many
company trips with Harold and Mary Jo. Harold always had a
smile and was a very positive person that will be missed by all
who had the pleasure of knowing him.
From:  Gary and Dawn Henningson
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I always thought the world of your dad. We were District
managers at the same time at McNess and always roomed
together at the meetings. He was a wonderful person always full
of life and happy with whatever he was doing. His wonderful
characteristics will carry forward in you and your families.
From:  Randy Light
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I’m very sorry for your loss. I worked with Harold at Furst McNess
for many years. He was a good guy.
From:  Cathy Bartels
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So sorry to hear of Harold’s passing. Always enjoyed visiting with
him at the Auctioneer’s Conventions & District meetings. He will
be sadly missed. Our thoughts are with your family during this
difficult time.
From:  Greg & Pam Michael