Biography of

Carrie Virginia Callison Campbell


Born 21 Sep 1915, Beard, Pocahontas, WV
Married Clayborne Deaton Campbell, 03 Sep 1940, Beard, Pocahontas, WV; b Confluence Leslie KY 13 Apr 1911; d 03 Aug 2000 Ronceverte, Greenbrier, WV


Children Born
Helen Dare Campbell 02 Jan 1943, Marlinton, Pocahontas, WV
Ruth Ellen Campbell 09 Aug 1946, Ronceverte, Greenbrier, WV


Clayborne Deaton Campbell, age 89, of Sinks Grove, died Thursday, August 3, 2000, at Greenbrier Valley Medical Center at Fairlea.  Mr. Campbell was born in Leslie County, Kentucky, April 13, 1911, a son of the late Horry and Bertha Deaton Campbell.  He was a retired Monroe County Vo-Ag teacher with 30 years service, a retired dairyman, charter and still active member of the Bluegrass Ruritan Club at Pickaway, a graduate of West Virginia University and also of Berea College, a member and officer of the WV Dairy Herd Improvement Association, AARP, WV Teachers Association, and a Navy veteran of World War II. He attended the Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church and was a former Sunday School teacher.
     Mr. Campbell also served on the Monroe County Board of Health and the Monroe County Health Center Board of Trustees for 29 years.   Preceding him in death were two brothers, Eugene and Dean Campbell, and two sisters, Gladys and Avis Campbell.
     Surviving are his wife of 59 years, Virginia Callison Campbell, of Sinks Grove, a native of Beard in Pocahontas County; two daughters, Ruth Sturgill, of Ronceverte, and Helen Graves, of Sinks Grove; one grandson; and one sister, Ellen Eversole, of Deputy, Indiana.
     Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Deana Armstrong, Rev. Billy Reed Wickline and Doug Fisk. Burial was at the New Lebanon Cemetery at Pickaway.
     Memorial donations may be made to the Monroe County 4-H Foundation at P. O. Box 238, Union, WV 24983, the Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church, or Berea College.