Stanley Wayne ‘Butch’ Campbell

Published 3:39 pm Monday, August 3, 2020

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Stanley Wayne “Butch” Campbell died on Saturday, Aug. 1 at Novant Rowan Memorial Hospital in Salisbury.

He was born Nov. 10, 1955 in Jamaica, N.Y. to the late Robert Ray and Ozell Turner Campbell. He was the third of five children.

He earned his high school diploma in Jamaica Queens.  He later relocated to Harmony. His last job was at Philip Morris in Concord. On Nov. 23, 1994 he married Nancy Carol White. At middle age he was baptized and joined Refuge Community Church. He loved fishing, drag racing and his Panthers football team. He also loved to assemble things and did just that for many people.

He is also preceded in death by his sister, Helen Fritts of West Virginia.

Survivors: his wife of 25 years, Nancy; daughters, Passhan Lashae Smith of Cooleemee, Corey DeBrail Sellers of Winston-Salem, and Teia Sellers of Mocksville; 9 grandchildren, Kinijah and Tahlik Sellers of Greensboro, Makhi and Raeshawn Sellers of Winston-Salem, Monique and Asia Sellers of Mocksville, Teshayah Pressley, Rashon and Laron McCoy of Cooleemee; 2 sisters, Naomi Davis of Harmony and Nanette Wise of Statesville; 2 brothers, Ronald Campbell (Sara) of Troutman and Robert Ray Campbell Jr. of Harmony; and several nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

A visitation will be held on Thursday, Aug. 6 from noon-1 p.m. at the Davie Funeral Service Chapel in Mocksville.  A graveside service will follow at the Rowan Memorial Park at 2: p.m. Officiating will be the Rev. Rodney Barker.