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Joyce Ann (Cumberland) Campbell

September 12, 1944 ~ January 24, 2022 (age 77)

Obituary

Joyce Ann (Cumberland) Campbell, 77, of Hooker, passed away Monday January 24, 2022. 

Born on September 12, 1944, Joyce was a daughter to the late Lawrence A. Cumberland and Irene E. (Stoughton) Cumberland. 

Joyce was a 1962 graduate of Moniteau.  She was a Presbyterian by Faith and a member of the Concord Presbyterian Church.  She worked as a school bus driver for Campbell Bus in the Moniteau School District for 28 years, and then Iron Mountain at the underground mine in Boyers, for 14 years.  Joyce loved everything country.  She enjoyed country music and line dancing.  Her hobbies were baking cakes, leathercraft, woodworking, gardening, and sewing. Joyce was an animal lover and had a deep love for horses. Over the years she had raised a few foals that she was proud of.  She enjoyed her time in the saddle trail riding with friends and family.  As a child, she was often referred to as “Annie Oakley”.  She was one of the founding leaders of the Renegade Warriors 4-H Horse and Pony club. She loved traveling with her family.  One of her most cherished memories was the surprise trip to the Great Smoky Mountains with her children and grandchildren, to celebrate her 70th birthday.   

Joyce is survived by 4 children, JoAnn (James) Kradel, of Florida, Bonnie (James)  Revak, of Ohio, Dennis (Lori) Campbell, of Pennsylvania, and Debra (Russell) Switzer, of Pennsylvania;  She was the best grandma to 7 grandchildren, Ryan (Jessica) Kradel,   Rachel Lucas (late Christopher), Gregory (Alyssa) Revak, Kristen (Nicholas) Martin,  Douglas Revak, Taylor Campbell, and Devin Campbell; 4 great-grandchildren, Carter Kradel, Colton Kradel, Hannah Kradel, and Brooklyn Lucas; 4 sisters, Marie (Ken) Stroup, Wanda Stroup, Delores Kihn, Dorothy (Raymond) Webb, 3 brothers, Dale (Alma) Cumberland,  Robert Cumberland,  and Richard (Betty) Cumberland, brother- in- law, Terry Deal. 

In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by a sister, Ruby Deal, and a great grandson, Henry Kradel. 

Services and Burial were Private.  A celebration of life is being planned by the family and will be held at a later date this summer. 

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Services

Celebration of Life held at a later date

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