1941 – 2016

MEXICO — Sally A. Campbell, 74, died on Friday, Feb. 5, at her residence at Poplar Hill Road in Mexico.

She was born in Rumford on June 8, 1941, a daughter of Alfred and Edna (Sinclair) Marston. She was a graduate of Mexico High School. Sally worked as a waitress at the Riverside Restaurant in Mexico, The Covered Wagon in Mexico and the Deluxe Diner in Rumford. She also worked for Boise Cascade Paper Mill on No. 5 and No. 6 paper machines and on No. 15 finishing. She also worked at Food City in Mexico.

Sally enjoyed camping and was a member of the North American Campers’ Association. She also enjoyed playing cribbage, crafts and cooking.

She was married in Mexico on Nov. 15, 1986, to Warren Campbell who survives of Mexico. Other survivors include three sons, Jeffrey Bradley and his wife, Lori, of Mexico, Donny Bradley and his wife, Cathy, of Mexico, and Denny Bradley of Texas; a daughter, Jody Bradley of Mexico; four stepsons, the Rev. Andrew Campbell of Latrobe, Pa., Jeff Campbell of Brockton, Mass., Dan Campbell and his wife, Patty, of New Hampshire and Kit Campbell and his wife, Kathy, of New Hampshire; a stepdaughter, Paula Voter of Mexico; a brother, Tim Marston and his wife, Debbie, of Mexico; two sisters, Barbara Duguay of Westbrook and Brenda Capitan of Mexico; and many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

She was predeceased by a sister, Shirley.

Friends and family are invited to sign the online guest book and share memories with the family at www.meaderandson.com.

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