We celebrate the life and memory of Mrs. Clara Nell Williams Campbell whose death occurred Thursday, November 5, 2020 at her residence.
Clara Nell Campbell, 62, of Savannah, passed away on November 5, 2020 in Savannah, Georgia.
Clara Nell Campbell was born in Ellabell, Georgia to Roosevelt and Gladys Spelman Williams in August 31, 1958. She attended Bryan County High School, graduating in 1978. She graduated from Savannah Technical Institute. She married Marvin Willie Campbell in Savannah. She dedicated over 20 years of service to elderly patient care while working at Chatham Nursing Home and Candler Hospital. She was passionate about her faith and her as a Jehovah’s Witness and was a permanent fixture at the Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall on Henry Street in Savannah, Georgia.
Our mother loved to learn and teach, she has taught most of our family’s young children how to read, write and count even before we began school. She always believed that you should put forth your best effort. She taught her children to be resilient and independent. Our mother was the hardest working woman we know, the values that she instilled in everyone that she helped care for are evident in the people who have called and visited her family to show their love of her.
Clara Campbell is preceded in death by husband, Marvin Willie Campbell; Father, Roosevelt Williams Sr; mother, Gladys Spelman Williams and brother, Roosevelt Williams Jr.
She is survived by her children: LaTresha MaRico Williams of Savannah, Brian Lamonte (Karima) Williams of Atlanta, Selena Nicole Williams of Savannah, Clara Christine Campbell of Savannah and Goddaughter Sherica (Janarvis) Battey of Savannah, Ga. Her siblings: Jerry Spelman of Hardeeville, S.C., Delores Williams of Bamberg, S.C., Ferrie Lee Banks of Savannah, Ga., Gladys Ann Anderson of Savannah, Ga., Willard C. Williams of Indianapolis, IN., Kathy (Bobby) Robinson of Orangeburg, S.C. Her grandchildren: Brianna Williams, Brian Williams Jr., Tighe-Shaun Williams and Elijah Burke of Atlanta, Ga. She also has a host of nieces, nephews and loved ones. We will not be sad that our mama is no longer here for the testimony she leaves on this earth lives and breathes in each of us everyday.
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