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Lucille Campbell

Lucille Jane Campbell (Landon)

1925 - 2019
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Obituary

Lucille Jane Landon Campbell, 93, died peacefully February 20, 2019 in Bar Harbor. She was born March 16, 1925 in Auburn, NY, the daughter of Leland and Anna (Myer) Landon.
Lucille and her friend Jane MacLeod came to Bar Harbor in the summer of 1947 to waitress at the Mary Jane Restaurant. While working in Bar Harbor they both met their future husbands and Lucille married Jim Campbell in 1948.

Lucille graduated from Cortland State Teachers College. While her children were young she ran her own nursery school in the basement of her house and then went on to teach kindergarten and first grade for many years at the Bar Harbor elementary school. Lucille was an active member of the Bar Harbor community, volunteering time for the MDI Hospital Auxiliary and Jesup Memorial Library, always ready to bake for any bake sale. She was a member of the Bar Harbor Congregational Church for 60 years.

Lucille is survived by her four children, Marcia Campbell of Weymouth, MA, Janet Sullivan and husband James of Braintree, MA, William Campbell and wife Laura of Madison, WI and Barbara Campbell of Braintree, MA. She is survived by six grandchildren, Karen Kronewitter and husband Jon, Laura Lander and husband Chris, Mary Kenney and husband Tim, Peter Campbell, James Campbell and wife Jackie, and Jane Campbell. Lucille had four great grandchildren, Charlie and Tommy Kronewitter, Kathleen Lander and Declan Campbell. She was predeceased by her husband of 62 years, James Campbell.

A service in celebration of the life of Lucille will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 11, at the Bar Harbor Congregational Church, 29 Mount Desert St., Bar Harbor, ME 04609. Interment will be at Ledgelawn Cemetery with a lunch reception to follow. Those who wish may make a donation in her memory to Bar Harbor Congregational Church, 29 Mount Desert St., Bar Harbor, ME 04609.

The family of Lucille wishes to thank the staff at Birch Bay Retirement Village for taking wonderful care of her during the six years she lived there.

Arrangements by Jordan-Fernald, 1139 Main Street, Mt. Desert. Condolences may be expressed at www.jordanfernald.com
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Service Details

  • Service

    May 11th, 2019 | 10:00am
    When
    May 11th, 2019 10:00am
    Location
    Bar Harbor Congregational Church UCC
    Address
    29 Mt. Desert St
    BAR HARBOR, ME 04609
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  • Interment

    Location
    Ledgelawn Cemetery
    Address
    Cromwell Harbor Rd
    BAR HARBOR, ME 04609
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LK

Love, Jason and Jennifer Kronewitter

Posted at 10:55am
We are thinking of you during this difficult time.
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RM

Rachel Walsh Mattson

Posted at 10:27pm
I loved having Mrs. Campbell as a teacher. She made every child feel special. I moved from Blue Hill halfway through the school year and the curriculum being different I'm pretty sure she made up new lessons for me on the fly to keep me challenged. I still remember my Mom giving her a hug and almost crying the day we found out she was retiring. My mom begged her to stay one more year so my little brother could have as wonderful a teacher as I did. She taught generations of us not just how to read and add but how to be decent human beings. Her legacy will live on even longer than our memories of her. To her family I just want to say, thank you for sharing her with us. She made a difference.
JA

Judy (Gray) Albano

Posted at 09:07am
One of my favorite moms! Mrs. C. treated all children, as if they were her own. I'm so sorry that she has left this earth, but she is reunited with Mr. C. and the gang of friends. My deepest sympathies to Janet, Marsha, Bill and Barbara.
NF

Ninette & Bill Ferm

Posted at 02:58pm
Our sympathies to Marsha and the whole family. We will all miss "girlfriend #47".
 
TM

Tammy Kelley Moore Posted at 12:35am

Was the daughter Marcia by chance once a teacher at MDES?
MW

Mary walsh

Posted at 08:59pm
My deepest sympathies to all. I still smile thinking of drinks shared with Lucy in Bar Harbor late into the evening . . . And waking to the sound of her early the next morning moving around the kitchen while the thought of getting up made me roll right over again. I cherish that memory and a long ago Christmas ornament that still graces my tree every year. Rest In Peace Lucy ... MaryW
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