In Memorium

JEFF CAMPBELL

Jeffrey Alan Campbell, age 59, was welcomed into the arms of Jesus on August 4, 2020, after a two year battle against cancer. He passed away at his home, in Sparta, surrounded by his family.


Jeff was born on October 1, 1960, to John “Jack” and Joanne Campbell of Moline.  He graduated from Wayland High School in 1978.  October 10, 1987, Jeff married his loving wife, Susan (Hage) Campbell.  During their 32- year marriage, Jeff and Susan shared many adventures and created special memories together.


Jeff is survived by his wife, Susan Campbell; his parents, John “Jack” and Joanne Campbell; brother, Jon (Christine) Campbell; sister, Jill (Paul) Tatrow; daughters, Heather Kramer, Melissa Jackson and Tammy (Bob) Nelson; and numerous loving grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and nieces and nephews.


To send a message of sympathy to the family, sign Jeff’s online guest book, or to share a favorite memory, please visit: www.MichiganCremation.com.


Jeff Campbell’s service will be Saturday, August 29th, at Sparta Church of the Nazarene at 2:00 p.m. Central time.  It will be streamed on their Facebook site - https://www.facebook.com/SpartaNazofMI.


ROSE CHANCE

Rose Nease Chance passed away peacefully at the home of her son Charles Oglesby, surrounded by family on August 17, 2020. Rose leaves behind one son, Charles Oglesby (wife Debra) She was the very proud grandmother of Jeri Oglesby Sires (husband Billy Jr., and children, Cristina, Billy, III, and Max), Charlie Oglesby, Jr., (his wife Susan and son Trey) and Jon Oglesby (wife Tammy and daughters Ashten, Kaila and Maddie) and her great-great-granddaughter and namesake Adelaide Rose.The eldest of nine, Rose was predeceased by three sisters, Jeanette Foley, Harriet Jarrell and Tina Thompson and one brother, Ronnie Nease. She is survived by two sisters Brenda Nease and Diane Smith and two brothers Charles Nease and Scotty Nease as well as many loving nieces, nephews, cousins, step family members and friends.

 

Rose grew up in the Garden City United Methodist Church where she was a member for more than 80 years. When she moved to the Suwanee area to be closer to her son she made the Duluth First United Methodist Church her new home of worship. Always wanting to help others, Rose was very active in her church and local community events.

 

Condolences may be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com. Due to COVID 19 pandemic, a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please consider a contribution in Rose's Memory to Duluth First United Methodist Church at www.duluthumc.org or Garden City United Methodist Church at www.gardencityumc.com.