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Gordon M. “Soup” Campbell

1951 - 2019

 

Gordon M. “Soup” Campbell, 67, of Milton passed away on Monday, September 30, 2019 at the Geisinger Medical Center, Danville.

Born in Lewisburg on December 27, 1951, he was the son of the late Gordon M. Sr. and June (Kling) Campbell.  On November 21, 2014 he married Georgia M. Aikey who survives.

Soup was a 1969 graduate of Milton High School and that same year he joined the US Navy retiring in 1992 as an Aviation Boatswain Mate Aviation Air Warfare Specialist Master Chief.  He had served during the Viet Nam War, Falkland Islands War, the Invasion of Grenada, the Gulf War and Desert Storm.  After his military career he worked for Shippers Car line retiring in 2005.

He was a 32Degree Mason with the F&AM Lodge 401 in Watsontown, Zafar Grotto of S. Williamsport where he was past Monarch, a life member of the Milton VFW, a life member of the Montandon American Legion, The Loyal Order of Moose in Milton, the Fraternal Order of Eagles in Sunbury, Americus Social Hall in Sunbury, Knoxville Pa social Hall, the Continental Social Hall in Danville, and the MMCI 19.

In addition to his wife, he is survived by a daughter Michelle Hassinger of Watsontown; two step daughters Kyleah Hans of Lewisburg, Latoya Hendricks of Milton, a brother Richard Campbell and his wife Debra of Montandon; a sister Rachel Dries and her husband Pete of White Deer; four grandchildren Cameron, Alexis, Demirea, and Breanna; and nine great grandchildren Evander, Rowan, Drayden, Ben, Karleigh, Laikyn, Ryker, Brinley, and Harper.

He was preceded in death by a brother Harry Campbell.

Soup and Georgia- who he always called Babe- enjoyed camping, fishing, their yearly hunting trip to Oklahoma, and riding motorcycles whenever possible.

A memorial service with military honors and a Masonic service will be held on Saturday, November 2, 2019 at 12:00 p.m. at the Milton VFW.

 

Condolences

Georgia and Family: My thoughts and prayers are with you all. He will certainly be missed. "Soup, you sure did live a busy, eventful life." One more angel looking after us. Karen Engelman

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