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Information for Robert Keith Campbell
24 October, 1952 26 January, 1987

From the Idaho Press Tribune
January, 1987
Contributed by Bonnie Dilworth

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Robert Campbell

     Services for Robert Keith Campbell, 34, of Nampa, who died Monday, Jan. 26, in an industrial accident at Lucky Peak Dam, will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Alsip Funeral Chapel, Nampa.
     The Rev. Orvil Stiles, Chaplain of the Idaho Veterans Home, will officiate.  Burial will follow in Hillcrest memorial Gardens, Caldwell.
     Mr. Campbell, a construction worker, was born Oct. 24, 1952, at Charleston, W.Va.  He was reared and educated in Putney, W.Va.  In 1969 he moved to Boise.  He married Renie L. Elliott June 29, 1976, at Boise.  In 1978 they moved to Nampa to make their home.  He worked for a short time in the logging industry.  He worked for a short time in the logging industry.  He worked as a foreman for the Ceco Corporation of Salt Lake City, Utah, for seven years.  He worked on construction of the Fred Meyer store at Nampa.  For the past year and a half he had been employed by Weyher Livsey Construction Inc., of Boise, at the Lucky Peak Dam hydraulic project.
     He was a member of the Southern Baptist Church.  He was a member of the D & I Search and Rescue Teams of Boise in 19 73 and had recently become a member of the Boise Valley Chariot Racing Association.
     He enjoyed the outdoors, fishing, sports and animals.
     He is survived by his wife of Nampa; a son, Robbie, at home; a daughter, Melissa Campbell of Boise; a stepdaughter, Dawn Elliott, at home; a stepson, Tony Elliott, at home; his father and stepmother, Albert and Marylyn Campbell of Boise; five brot5hers, Paul Campbell of Spokane, Wash., Larry and Albert Campbell, both of Boise, Henry Campbell of Nampa, and David Campbell of New Jersey; a sister, Candy Campbell of Spokane; paternal grandmother, Lillian Campbell of Boise; maternal step-grandmother, Mary Seymor of Boise; and several nieces and nephews.
     He was preceded in death by his mother, a brother, and a sister.
     Memorials may be made to a favorite charity or flowers may be sent.