Altamont resident Elsie Ethelene Fults Campbell, 97, died Wednesday, Nov. 9, at her home.
She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Altamont Ward. She was born in Altamont on Nov. 6, 1914 to Albert and Margaret “Maggie” Gross Fults. She married Stanley Edward Campbell Sr., who preceded her in death along with her sons, Stanley Edward Jr., Jackie and Jimmy Campbell; grandsons, Phillip Campbell and Justin Curtis; great-grandson, Jackie Whitman; great-granddaughter, Tori Cash; daughters-in-law, Christine and Ilene Campbell; grandson-in-law, John Lind; brothers, Bob, Jay, Floyd and Ray Fults; sisters, Estelle Killian, Flora Butner, Mae McGee, Hazel Smartt, Mabel Campbell and Myrtle Fults.
She is survived by her sons, Earl David (Brenda), Larry (Treva) and Barry (Linda) Campbell; daughters, Margaret Byars, Wilma (Marcus) Smartt, Linna (Russell) Ladd, Janice (James) Hall, Sharon (James) Curtis, Patricia Mitchell and Sheila (Bob) Pope; daughter-in-law, Gail Campbell; brother, Mack Fults; 38 grandchildren; 82 great-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren and one on the way; special friends, Greg Lee and Don Johnson from Utah.
Funeral services were held Saturday at LDS Church with Bishop Aaron Barrett, Gregory Curtis and Keith Fults officiating, with burial following at Fults Cemetery. Layne Funeral Home of Altamont was in charge of arrangements.
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