WILLIAM SCOTT CAMPBELL

Posted 2/3/21

William Scott Campbell passed away suddenly on Friday, January 29, 2021.

Scott was an avid fisherman and hunter who loved the outdoors in general. He attended Jordan-Matthews High School and was …

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William Scott Campbell passed away suddenly on Friday, January 29, 2021.

Scott was an avid fisherman and hunter who loved the outdoors in general. He attended Jordan-Matthews High School and was active in sports in his younger years. Scott was born on May 20, 1964, in Greensboro and moved to Siler City in 1972. He was a member of Loves Creek Baptist Church in Siler City, N.C.

He is survived by his parents, Dennis and Joan Campbell of Greenville, N.C.; his sister, Tracie C. Meeks of Fountain, N.C.; a daughter, Michele Campbell, Williamston, N.C.; two sons, Christopher Campbell of Winston Salem, N.C., and Johnathan Overacre of Siler City. He leaves behind six grandchildren, Jayden and Kayla Pinnix of Williamston, Camrie, Alyssa, Johnathan Jr., and Kayden Overacre of Siler City; his aunts, Ellen Pearson of Greensboro and Faye Batts Crumby Hudgins of Julian; nephews, Matthew Campbell, Michael Meeks, Jared Meeks; niece, Brittany Meeks Jefferson, all of Greenville; and two special companions, Blue and RJ.

Memorial services will be conducted at Wilkerson Funeral Home Chapel in Greenville, Thursday, February 4, at 4 p.m. The family will receive friends at 3 p.m., prior to the service.

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