Beverly L. Campbell (nee Miller), 77 of Mentor, passed away June 23rd, 2016 at Hospice of the Western Reserve in Cleveland surrounded by her loving family.
Bev was a member of Al Anon for the past 41 years. She was the greatest wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother, who lived to love her family.
She is survived by her husband of 44 years, Jerry Campbell; children, Cindy (Steve) Letterle, Janet (Steve) Eyring, Steve (Stacey) Evans and Clifford Campbell; grandchildren, Michael (Megan), Steven, Brian Letterle, Nicholas and Jonathan Evans, Anthony, Dylan and Hunter Campbell; great granddaughter, Marissa; siblings, Martha (Donald) Minor and Linda (John) Hovance; brother in law, Donnell Thompson; sister in law, Audrey Kremm.
Preceding in death by her granddaughter, Jennifer Rose Eyring; parents, Clifford and Rose Ellen Miller; sisters, Judith Thompson and Debra Miller.
Visitation 2-6 PM Sunday, June 26th, 2016 at JEFF MONREAL FUNERAL HOME, 6330 CENTER STREET, MENTOR. Funeral Service will follow at 6PM at the funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Hospice of the Western Reserve, 300 East 185th Street, Cleveland 44119 in the name of Beverly Campbell “Team Bev”.
The family would also like to thank Hospice of the Western Reserve for their loving care of Bev and the entire family.
8 Replies to “Beverly L. Campbell”
We were so happy to have known Bev for a very long time. She was one of the sweetest, kindest people that we have ever met. My daughter and I were some of the lucky people to be on Team Bev and will always cherish that experience. Love you Bev
We were so very blessed to know Bev through our friendship with Jan and Steve. One lovely woman in and out! I recall such fond memories… She would come to my house to get her hair done and what fun times we had every time! We would talk about everything.. Yes, including you Janet! Seeing her at the dock…oh, and we cannot forget the best liver one onions! (Only a few will remember that). Even though we moved away years ago I still got to talk with her, and feel so blessed to have a brief conversation prior to her passing. Thank you for that Jan ❤️ Our sincere thoughts, prayers are with all of the family during this difficult time. All our love and prayers❤️ Rest in peace Bev you will be missed by the many who knew and loved you
I had the honor to know Bev for 40 plus years. She was one of the sweetest, nicest, most caring persons I knew. I also have been fortunate enough to know Jerry, Cliff, Cindy, and Janet over the years. It is a wonderful family who I pray will have the strength and courage to go on in life without Bev. She will be sorely missed by all!!!
Dear Bev, I never met you but through your daughter and my sister I came to know more about the very special and loving soul you are. You’re in the arms of the angels now. Fly free with peace, love and light.
So sorry for your loss. My condolences to you and your family.
My Deepest Sympathy go out to and your beautiful family and know that she is at peace in our dear lord Jesus’s arms. Your family is in my prayers.
Bev was a wonderful person. She helped me through a rough time in my life and her family was wonderful to me.
She will be missed but not forgotten.
Rest in peace Bev. I love you.
Bev watched over my parents every time she cleaned their house. When she cleaned mine, I looked forward to just talking to her. More like therapy for me 🙂