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Maggie Keeter Campbell

July 10, 1929 ~ May 11, 2020 (age 90)

Obituary

Maggie Keeter Campbell, age 90, of Lawrenceburg, TN passed away Monday, May 11, 2020 at her home.  She was a native of Lawrence County, TN, former owner of Campbell’s Food Town, a member of Coleman Memorial United Methodist Church, Lawrenceburg Eastern Star Chapter #103 and charter member of the Lawrenceburg RoAnn Club.

Her parents, William L. Keeter and Sarah Corine Phillips Keeter; her husband, Loyd Cole Campbell; one son, Danny Cole Campbell; one sister, Mamye Eckhardt; and two brothers, Franklin and Billy Keeter preceded her in death.

She is survived by two brothers, Murray (Janie) Keeter of Clarksville, TN and Charles (Carol) Keeter of Florence, AL: three sisters, Helen Crisafulli of North Smithfield, RI, Louise Perry of Summertown, Pinkie (Rex) Lyons of Lawrenceburg; close cousin, Betty Ann Price of Lawrenceburg, TN; and a host of nieces and nephews whom she has loved and cared for over much of her almost 91 years.  

Mrs. Maggie was a long time faithful member of Coleman Memorial United Methodist Church where she was a long time member of the George Finley Sunday School Class and she lovingly referred to her church as her family as well. 

She graduated high school in the LCHS Class of 1947, attended Draughon’s Business College and returned to Lawrenceburg to spend many years working at Parks Motor Company, followed by Brewer Marston Ford and in later years when she and her husband bought H.G Hills Grocery which became Campbell’s Food Town, she devoted her career to owning and running the family business.  Their marriage was a true partnership in every way.  Their near 40 years together was spent as active community members, engaging in numerous musical initiatives where Loyd and Danny played many instruments and Maggie was their greatest fan.

Arrangements are being handled by Neal Funeral Home, 231 N. Military Avenue, Lawrenceburg, TN. A private graveside service will be scheduled for the family.  Family suggests memorials be made to Coleman Memorial United Methodist Church.

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