Louise Lott Campbell, 88, passed away Thursday, February 4, 2021 at Indywood Glen in Greenwood. A private family graveside service was held Saturday, February 6, at Liberty Baptist Church Cemetery with Dr. Jim Phillips officiating.
Louise was born January 12, 1933 to David and Robbie Nabors Lott in Carroll County where she was raised. After marrying Herbert Campbell, they moved to Greenwood in 1950 where they remained. She worked for Youngland Children’s Store and later for J. C. Penney. She was a member of the Chakchiuma Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Order of the Eastern Star and was a longtime active member of North Greenwood Baptist Church. Louise enjoyed sewing, gardening, and spending time with her family.
Mrs. Campbell is preceded in death by her husband, her parents, her twin sister, Eloise Jackson Gregg, and a grandson, Gene Beard. She is survived by her four daughters, Gaylon Grantham (Bobby) of Coila, Sandra Rogers (Lem) of Jefferson, Bobbie Beard (Pepper) of McCarley and Jan Bennett (Franklin) of San Antonio, TX; eight grandchildren, Scott Grantham, Bob Grantham, Jeff Rogers, Amy Walker, Kristin Delahoussaye, Teresa Hodge, Chase Bennett, and Kathryn Bennett; and eight great grandchildren, Samantha Grantham, Nate Grantham, Carli Grantham, Brodey Walker, Abby Rogers, Havee Johnson, Etta Delahoussaye, and Emme Delahoussaye.
The family wished to offer a special word of thanks to Dr. Michael Boler and the staff of Indywood Glenn.
Memorials may be made to the Delta Cross c/o NGBC 615 Grand Blvd, Greenwood, MS 38930 or the charity of donor’s choice.
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