N.L. (Louis) Campbell, born January 2, 1921 passed away August 2, 2015. Louis Campbell retired with more than 40 years with Firestone Tire and Rubber Company. He also always had a big garden and could often be found in it. He was preceded in death by his wife of 39 years Lucy Rawlins Campbell, an infant daughter, and Grandson Sgt. Andy Haney. He was also preceded by twin sister, Louise Campbell Stephens, sisters, Irene Campbell New, Lily Campbell Attaway, Annie Campbell Moon, and brothers, Robert Campbell, Roy Campbell and Howard Campbell. He is survived by Daughter and son in law, Billie and Mary Campbell Haney, Sons, Norris Campbell and Ron Campbell. Grandchildren, Sharon and Jason Golden, Brad and Farrah Haney, Scarlett Campbell, Chip Campbell, and Jennifer Campbell. Great grandchildren and the joy of his life, Abby Golden, Caroline Golden, Ansley Haney, Briley Haney, and Andy Haney. Funeral Services will be held Wednesday August 5, 2015 at 11:00 A.M. at Wages and Sons Stone Mountain Chapel with Rev. Steve King officiating. Burial will follow at Melwood Cemetery. The family will receive friends Tuesday August 4, 2015 from 4:00 pm until 8:00 pm at Wages and Sons. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS, 66675 or at www.woundedwarriorproject.org. Online condolences may be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com

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  1. Mr. Campbell was a kind and gentle man who was greatly loved by his family and friends. He will be missed in this world but I’m happy to know that Andy and his Pa Pipe are able to visit again.

  2. Mr. Campbell was a wonderful neighbor and friend to our family. All my children and grandchildren feel they too have lost a dear friend. My eight year old granddaughter told me not to worry about Mr. Campbell “Because he is in heaven with his family”

  3. He was a great man- kind, gracious, and a wonderful sense of humor. He will be missed by many but I am sure he is resting peacefully with our Lord as we speak.

  4. Your grandfather sounds like a wonderful, loving man. My prayers are with you and your family, Sharon.

  5. Mr. Campbell (who always insisted I call him Louis) gave me my first job in 1962 when he was manager of the Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. warehouse on Lindbergh Road in Atlanta. I worked six summers for him while I went to college and medical school, and since we lived across the road from him, I always rode to work with him, and he always refused to let me pay him any, not even for gas. He was a wonderful conversationalist and told me many interesting tales of the early years of Atlanta and Gwinnett County as we spent many hours on the road together to and from work. He was much like a father to me and always held that summer position (which I desperately needed in those days) open for me without fail. I will never forget his kindness to me, and last time I saw him I prayed with him over his personal situation and his increasing years, which he seemed to appreciate very much. May God rest his soul in peace and comfort his family to the utmost.

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