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Marion Campbell

Marion Campbell was born in Pine Island, Minnesota, in 1926. She was raised by Gilbert Burd and Marie House Burd, in Eyota, Minnesota, with seven brothers and sisters. Marion graduated from Eyota High School in 1943. She was very active volunteering for WWII in the postal service and ship repair. She was married to Jack Campbell and they raised four children: Rick, Debbie, Karen and Sandy. She had nine grandchildren; fourteen great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. In the early 1950’s they moved to California where they planted their roots and raised their children. Marion is preceded in death by her husband Jack Campbell and daughter Karen Diane. She will be forever missed.


Services are scheduled for Friday, June 12, 2020 at 10AM. Presence of the Lord Christian Church.  1655 E 6th St # B1, Corona, CA.

Burial will follow at 12PM. Corona Sunnyslope Cemetery. 1125 Rimpau Ave. Corona, CA.


  • Sandy Posted June 5, 2020 8:55 pm

    Mom I will forever miss you. You were my best friend my whole life. You taught me so many things until the very end. You were the most patient person I have ever met. You were the most loyal person and loved your family so deeply and so unconditionally. I love you mom to the moon and back💔

  • Sandy Posted June 5, 2020 9:01 pm

    Mom I will miss you until the day I die. You were my best friend my whole life. You were the most patient person I have ever met. You were the most loyal person I have ever met. You loved your family so deeply and unconditionally. You always saw the.good in everybody.

    The day you left was the worse day of my life but you taught me so much until the very end. I love you to the moon and back mom 💔

  • Pam Sell ( niece) Posted June 6, 2020 7:26 pm

    My Aunt Marion was the sweetest and most kindest person.
    I will always remember Thanksgiving at her home! She would make a table just for us kiddos, and it was always decked out with all the trimmings . She loved all her family and always was happy to see me when I came to visit her. We all will miss her deeply. Sandy, you were your mothers pride and joy! She loved you with every breathe she took, even to the end. Love you. Sandy she is with God now.

    • Sandra Hammond Posted June 6, 2020 10:35 pm

      Pam that just makes my heart swell. Thank you♥️

  • Cynthia C Griebel. (Baby sister) Posted June 8, 2020 7:44 pm

    I wrote a beautiful tribute to Marion. After I finished, it was to long. Marion was a very generous person, wonderful hostess n how I loves our weekends with her. On one visit, I ask for one thing that when I saw it, I would think of her. She gave me a teapot, plate n bowl which I treasure, n yes I think of everyday when I see these treasures. I will see you again in the resurrection along with Mother, Dad n Russell. Until then, I will miss u.

  • Deborah Marshall ( Daughter) Posted June 9, 2020 3:32 pm

    I will miss you so much mom you were such a good friend and a wonderful mom I will be seeing you in heaven and we will have good times again. Antiquing was our favorite thing, these memories will last forever we traveled to so many different places. Bill would set up new places that we could go to, all over the US. Just shop and shop. I will miss you and know that you are watching over us. You will always be in my heart. 💕

  • Deborah Marshall ( Daughter) Posted June 9, 2020 4:14 pm

    Mom and I spent many days antiquing. We would travel all over the US visiting antique malls and having a wonderful time, shop shop till we drop. My husband would set up trips for the both of us to go on. From New England to Washington state. Iwill miss all the memories will always be with me. Mom loved playing cards. That was a joy for her. I will always remember those good times. I know you will be watching over us. I will see you in heaven and we will be together again. Love you mom with all my heart.

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