William J. Campbell

1951 ∼ 2020

William J. Campbell

William J. Campbell, of Bridgewater, passed away peacefully in his home on May 9, 2020 at theage of 68. He was the son of Mary (Bartkus) and Joseph Campbell.

William was born and raised in Milton and later moved to Randolph where he would graduate from Randolph High School 1970. He was high school sweethearts with Margaret E. Joyce and the two eventually married in 1974. William worked as a Truck Driver for many years with the Mayflower Moving Company and other construction jobs.

Bill was a fun and outgoing man. He loved all things motorcycles. He loved playing horseshoes, cornhole and poker. If you had any money on you, you would lose it with his skill and luck. He loved his trailer in Wells Maine and all his friends there that are more like family members.

William was the loving husband of Margaret E. (Joyce) Campbell. Father of Joyce McDaniel and her husband Mitchell McDaniel of Bridgewater, and William J. Campbell, Jr. and his wife Shawna Joyal Campbell of Charlotte, NC. Grandfather of Kassie, Campbell Jack (CJ), Addison (Addy), Rylan, Ty, Axandria, Mikayla and Great Grandfather of Liam. Brother of late Joseph Campbell Jr, Catherine Woodbury, late Richard Campbell Mary L Hussey, Patricia Trenholm, Elizabeth Disbrow, late John Campbell, Joan Campbell. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the American Diabetes Association.


In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the American Diabetes Association.

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William J. Campbell

1951 ∼ 2020

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