Quentin Lee Campbell, 81, of Statesville, died on Monday, December 6, 2021, at Gordon Hospice House in Statesville after a long and courageous battle with Parkinson’s disease.
Born December 12, 1939 in Catawba, son of the late Toy Noah and Blanche Plumley Campbell. He was predeceased by a brother, Toy Noah Campbell Jr .; and three sisters, Lucille Overcash, Laulie Morgan and Minnie Miller.
He grew up on a farm in Catawba County and has always been a country boy at heart. He graduated in 1958 from Bunker Hill High School and the Real Estate Institute in Raleigh. He made his home in Lexington, NC for 48 years before moving to Statesville in 2017. He was a real estate agent for many years and an owner of an environmental management department for 31 years.
He was an active member of Coggins Memorial Baptist Church in Lexington, serving as a deacon and a member of various committees for many years. He became a member of Western Avenue Baptist Church after moving to Statesville.
He enjoyed fishing, boating and spending time with his family and friends in High Rock Lake. He was a member of the Square-N-Aders Dance Club for 25 years. Quentin was a veteran who served in the United States Army.
His memory remains to be cherished, his beloved wife of 58 years, Marylin; daughter, Teresa McGaha (Philip); three grandchildren, Charlie, Ashlyn and Alexa Rae McGaha; sister, Barbara Setzer (Lonnie) of Conover; two brothers, Kenneth Campbell (Lillian) of Newton and LaRue Campbell of Manitowoc, Wis.
The family would like to thank Hospice of Iredell County for the kindness and care he received during his illness. Special thanks also to Laura Harris, Shala Evans, Home Place, Veronica Jeffrey, Donna Stephens and all the support staff at Hospice.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, December 9 at Western Avenue Baptist Church, with Dr. Jeff Spry and Dr. Dearl Bunce officiating.
Memorials can be directed to the Baptist Church on Western Avenue; or Iredell County Hospice and Palliative Care.
Troutman Funeral Home
Posted by Statesville Record & Landmark on December 8, 2021.