January 22, 1941 ~ May 23, 2020

Born in: Canton, Mississippi
Resided in: Lawrenceville, Georgia

Eleanor Campbell Artman of Lawrenceville, GA, passed away on Saturday, May 23, 2020. Eleanor was born in Canton, Mississippi, on January 22, 1941. She graduated from the University of Southern Mississippi in January of 1963 and taught elementary school. Eleanor is survived by her beloved husband, George Artman; daughter, Ashley Crosby and husband, Robert, of Loganville, GA; son Lawrence Artman and wife, Yvette, of Sammamish, WA; daughter, Courtney McKay and husband, Frank, of Gainesville, GA; brother, Lawrence Campbell of Hopkinsville, KY; grandchildren, Rob, Russ, and Katie Crosby; Lucy, Abby, and Nora Artman; Aedyn, Colden, and Iain McKay; and nieces Connally Campbell, Lucy Campbell, Stuart Boley and daughter Caroline. Predeceased by father, Foote Campbell; mother, Rhea Campbell; and brothers, Robert and Wallace Campbell.

Funeral private. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to French Camp Academy or the Palmer Home for Children

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  1. CandleImageI love you and miss you, Eleanor. I’m so thankful for the time we had together. God bless you and your family.

  2. Our daughter, Marcia, dog sat for the Artman’s in high school.
    One day as I was walking our dog around the block when a large dog broke his leash and attacked my dog. As I was carrying him home, I stopped at Eleanor’s . She was cleaning the floor but stopped what she was doing and drove Lucky and me home. So sweet!

  3. We moved into Cramak Subdivision in 2003 and have known Eleanor and George ever since. We enjoyed them as neighbors and will miss you so much, Eleanor. You fought a good battle, so brave, and so willing of the consequence. I will always remember our talks and hearing about your beloved family members! You were a very fortunate person to have so many that loved you all through your life. We started attending the ladies’ night out get-togethers, and we always had so much fun together seeing everyone. Everyone liked you, and when it stopped because of the Covid 19 virus, we all missed not seeing each other every month. I know you were ready for this and you knew where you would be headed. I’m sure that made it so much more accepting of the situation and feel that you will be at peace. I love you lots, and God be with you.
    I’ll also remember never to take George my pickled beets!

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