Shirley L. Campbell

Sep 12, 2021
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Family interment has taken place at the Garden of Memories Cemetery, Waterloo.




Garden of Memories Cemetery, Waterloo


UnityPoint Hospice


Shirley L. Campbell, 86, of Cedar Falls, died on Sunday, September 12, 2021, at UnityPoint Health - Allen Hospital in Waterloo.

She was born on December 25, 1934, in Waterloo, daughter of Robert F. Sr. and Florence Leet Graf and graduated from Waterloo West High School in 1953.  She married Royce E. Campbell on May 15, 1955; he died October 7, 1983.

Shirley worked in Medical Records at Allen Memorial Hospital (now UnityPoint Health) retiring in 1993.

She attended Trinity American Lutheran Church. Shirley enjoyed shopping, traveling, and looking for antiques. In her younger years, she had been active with the Cedar Falls AMVETS, Eagles Club and Moose Lodge.

She is survived by three sons, Mark of Cedar Falls, Todd of Des Moines, and Eric of Cedar Falls; 3 grandsons, Jesse (Haylie) Reiter, Jeremy and Zack; a great granddaughter, Avalynn; a sister, Betty Getty of Waterloo; and special friend, Kent Harper of Waterloo.

Shirley is preceded in death by her husband; son, Randy; daughter, Deanna Reiter; granddaughter, Rose Campbell; grandson, Todd Morgan; and a brother, Robert F. Graf Jr.

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  1. Becky | Sep 16, 2021
    My thoughts & prayers to all.
  2. Nanci | Sep 15, 2021
    wonderful Mother and Mother in law! You will be truly missed !

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