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Source: Veedersburg News 14 May 1943

Glen Campbell, well known resident of Veedersburg passed away at his home here Monday morning at 9:30 after an illness of almost a year.

He was a resident of this community his entire life and was employed by the Indiana Condensed Milk Company until his health caused him to retire from work about a year ago. Glen was a member of the Veedersburg Christian Church and led an unselfish life as set forth by Christ. He was a highly respected citizen, a devoted father and husband, and he leaves a host of friends behind to mourn his passing.

He was the son of John J. and Hattie Dice Campbell born December 3, 1890, (grave says 8 Dec 1890) on a farm about 2 1/2 miles east of Veedersburg. on Aug 5, 1911, he married Estle Hall, a union which lasted
through the years.

Surviving are the wife, Estie; one son, Herbert of Indianapolis; one grandson, Tommy of Indianapolis; the mother; Mrs. Hattie Campbell; and two sisters, Mrs. Neva Rush and Mrs. Dot Boggs, both of Veedersburg. He
was preceded in death by an infant daughter; his father; one brother, Dice and one sister, Hallie, all several years ago.

Funeral services were held at the family residence at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon with Rev. OW McGaughey officiating. Burial was made in the Campbell Chapel cemetery with Parham Funeral home in charge.   --- kbz

Source: Crawfordsville Journal Review 10 May 1943 p2

Glen Campbell, 52 years old died Monday morning at 10 o’clock at his home in Veedersburg. Mr. Campbell had been seriously ill for the past year. He was a life resident of Veedersburg born Dec 3, 1890 on a farm two miles east of there, the son of John and Hattie Dice Campbell. Aug 8, 1911 he was married to Ethel Hall who surives together wit one son, Herbert of Indianapolis, and one grandson, his mother, Mrs. Hattie Campbell. Two sisters, Mrs. Dot Boggs and Mrs. Nevra Rush of Veedersburg. Until about one year ago Mr. Campbell was employed at the Indiana Condensed Milk Cooperation at Veedersburg. Funeral arrangements as yet are incomplete.

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