Bear Creek- Wilma Jean Oaks Campbell, 79, passed away Sunday, February 12, 2017 at her residence. She was born April 21, 1937 in Lynch, KY daughter of the late, Roscoe and Nettie McGill Oaks.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 11:00 AM at Bear Creek Baptist Church with Rev. Terry Golden officiating.
She worked as a tailor and seamstress with the Swansboro Garment Company and later with the Marine Corps Exchange.
She is survived by daughter, Claudette Campbell Bishop (Jimmy); sons, Tony Campbell and Bill Campbell (Jo Ann) all of Bear Creek; grandchildren, Lisa Garris, Teresa Whitten, Eddie Warren, Brian Warren, and Nikki Campbell Moyer; great grandchildren, Ronnie Quesenberry, III, Justin Quesenberry, Alisha Quesenberry, Karlee Quesenberry, Amber Colley, Christopher Whitten, Brian Warren, Jr., Logan Warren, Angel Warren, Joey Loomis, and Alyssa Loomis; great-great grandchildren, Wyatt Colley, Jessa Colley, Asher Whitten, Ronnie Quesenberry, IV, Lincoln Quesenberry, and Eli Richard; sister, Mary Alice Oaks White and Arlene Waters.
She was preceded in death by her husband, William Ray Campbell.
Bear Creek Baptist Church
Saturday February 18th, 2017
116 Great Neck Landing Road
Hubert, NC 28539
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We will remember her fondly. She was a woman to be proud to know and even prouder to call her family. She will be dearly missed. Thinking of y'all in this very sad time and wishing I was close to be there with you.
Love, Gina and family
Submitted by Gina Millan on Feb 17 2017 09:32:04 PM
To Wilma Jean's family, I didn't know your loved one personally, but I just wanted to express my sympathy for your loss. I will keep your family in my thoughts and prayers. I'm sure you all have fond memories of her to look back on and cherish.
May you take comfort in knowing that God has a wonderful hope for those we have lost in death. That is to resurrect them back to life on earth, under conditions where " death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore" (Revelation 21:4 ; John 5:28, 29). His son Jesus showed us that this was possible when he was on earth (Luke 8:49-55). He gave us a glimpse of what he would do on a grand scale in the future. Until that time, keep praying to God for strength, for "He is close to the brokenhearted; He saves those who are crushed in spirit" (Psalms 34:18).
Submitted by Daily News Reader on Feb 16 2017 11:39:59 AM
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