Julia E. Campbell © Enid Morning News 05-1986 Submitted by: Jo Aguirre
Funeral service for Julia E. Campbell, 88, will be held at 11 AM Friday at the First United Methodist Church of Quinlan, with the Rev. Randy Hodgson officiating.
Formerly of Waynoka, Campbell died Tuesday at a Bella Vista, Arkansas nursing home.
Burial will be in the Cherokee Municipal Cemetery at 2:30 PM Friday, following the service in Quinlan.
Born in Hoddam, Kansas on November 11, 1897, to Frank and Julia Baker Teeter, she became a teacher and a housewife. She taught school at Perryton, Texas, and Marshall, Beaver and Quinlan in Oklahoma.
She married Ray C. Campbell on December 23, 1931 at Fairview.
Survivors include three daughters, Oma Lee Gates of Mooreland, Nelda J. Clemence of Bentonville, Arkansas and Vona J. Darr of Waynoka; two sons, Max L. Campbell of Highland, California and Glen G Campbell of Carmen; a brother, Frank Teeter of Hoddam, Kansas; a sister, Laura Judd of Hoddam, Kansas; a half sister, Lula Novack of Agenda, Kansas; 14 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by two sisters, one brother, a half brother and two children.
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