Father please give us the wisdom and knowledge needed as we serve your children which are the remaining family members of Ms. Jettie Mae Campbell. Ms. Campbell quietly began the long sleep in the arms of Jesus on Saturday, September 26, 2020.
The Services of Remembrance events will begin with an hour of reflection on Thursday, October 1, 2020 between the hour of 6pm and 7pm at Majestic Funeral Home in Elizabethtown, NC. There, family and friends can reminisce on the smiles of yesterday while remaining hopeful that tomorrow will be easier to bare the effects of this tremendous loss. On the following day commencing at 11am in the main chapel of Majestic Funeral Home there will be The “Dash” between Ms. Jettie’s year of birth and year of leaving this world will be honored. Immediately following the formalities in the house of God, Ms. Jettie’s precious temple along with her cherished family will be escorted to the Turnbull Community Cemetery for Committal Rites. Yes this is a very hard task for Jettie’s family to endure, yet they can rest knowing she is in the number John spoke of in the book of Revelations when it stated “those are they who have come up through hard trials and tribulations and have washed their robes in the Blood of the Lamb."
Jettie leaves to cherish her memories: nieces, Janie Smith of Elizabethtown, NC and Althea Simpson of Woodbridge, VA; great nieces: Sherwin Rice, of Elizabethtown, NC; Lenore Rice of Lumberton, NC; Arlene Rice of Fayetteville, NC; Tammie Martin also of Elizabethtown, NC; special cousins: Janet Kirby of New Jersey; and Shirley Murchison of Lumberton, NC; close personal friend: Ann Hood of Myrtle Beach, SC and a host of other relatives.
Ms. Campbell’s family is being provided uncompromising dignity from the Compassionate Professionals of Majestic Funeral Home.
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