JOYCE ELAINE CAMPBELL (Updated Arrangements)

By February 18, 2024Current Services

Joyce Elaine Campbell, 85, of Hillsboro, Ohio died Saturday, February 17, 2024, at 7:30 p.m. at her home.

Joyce was born February 14, 1939, in Fayette County, Ohio to Charles Everett and Nora Mae Buck Theobald.  She was a 1957 graduate of Fairfield High School in Leesburg.  She lived most of her life in Washington Court House before moving to Hillsboro in 2013.

Before her retirement she was a receptionist at TFO Tech in Jeffersonville.

She was a member of the Grace Community Church.

Joyce was preceded in death by two brothers, Harold and Robert Theobald, both of whom were killed in action during World War II and two sisters, Mary Kildow and Alice Bonham.

She is survived by six children, Deborah Elaine Jackson of Hillsboro, Jocelyn Annette Campbell of Sardinia, Charles Edward Campbell of Dublin, Jeffrey Craig Campbell of Hillsboro, Patrick David Campbell and his wife, Tara, of Staunton and Michael Steven Campbell and his wife, Bethany, of New Martinsburg; 18 grandchildren and several great grandchildren.

In keeping with her wishes, cremation was observed.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, February 24, 2024, at 10 a.m. at the Grace Community Church with Jay Lucas, pastor at the church, officiating.  Burial of the cremains will be at a late date in the White Oak Grove Cemetery.

Arrangements are under the direction of the Kirkpatrick Funeral Home in Washington Court House.

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  • Bob and Wileen Stackhouse says:

    Sending Love and Prayers to Joyce’s family.
    A lot of fond memories.


    Bob and Wileen Stackhouse and family

  • Ruth Burton says:

    Good memories of Joyce from first grade to twelfth grade at Olive and Fairfield High School. We played Mother May I on the the front walk to writing license plate numbers of cars driving on Route 62. Olive was a three room school in the late 40s and early 50s . There were around 80 students for the three teachers. And we had a hot lunch everyday for one dollar a week. Memories.