Campbell, Curtis “Curt” R.
Curtis “Curt” R. Campbell, age 71 of Clintonville began his Heavenly journey by walking side by side with Jesus on Wednesday August 17, 2022.
Curtis Roy Campbell was born on December 11, 1950 in New London as the son of the late Lawrence and Donabell (Meyer) Campbell. He grew up in Clintonville where he graduated from high school with the Class of 1969. Fresh out of high school Curt took a job as a painter with Pierce Manufacturing. He was a faithful member and supporter of St. Martin Lutheran Church in Clintonville his entire life. In fact, most members at church will remember him from his friendly “birthday phone calls” on behalf of the church. Curt loved sports, and as much as it pains his family and friends to admit it, he was a huge fan of the Chicago Cubs and Bears. During games he was glued to the tv and would rearrange his schedule if need be to watch them. Curt also played in area dart and pool leagues throughout the years and had one heck of a dry sense of humor that only those who knew him understood immediately. He was very smart; almost like a photographic memory. Most will remember him as generous to a fault. As many know Curt had some health issues during his life, but is now free of any ailments and is enjoying the splendor of Heaven with no restrictions.
Survivors include: His Sister: Diane Johnson
His Love: Cheri Manning
Niece: Erica (Mike) Tiedt & their family.
Nephew: Grant Johnson.
And way too many good friends to list.
Those welcoming Curt into Heaven include his parents, his brother Carson Campbell, and his brother-in-law James “Jim” Johnson.
Curt’s memorial service will be held Thursday August 25, 2022 at 5pm at St. Martin Lutheran Church in Clintonville with Rev. Jason Zobel officiating. Inurnment will follow at Graceland Cemetery in Clintonville. Visitation will be held at the church on Thursday from 3pm until the time of the service. His family extends their most sincere thanks to Dr. Montag and the palliative care team at St. Elizabeth’s Hospital as well as the staff at Brewster Village for the outstanding care he received during his stay. The Eberhardt-Stevenson Funeral Home & Crematory of Clintonville is assisting his family. www.eberhardtstevenson.com