It is with deep sadness that we announce the death of Barbara L. Campbell, age 90, on December 28, 2023 in Mission, TX. Barbara was a loving and devoted wife, sister, mother, and grandmother, who loved reading, crossword puzzles, crafts, and spending time with friends and family. She is survived by her husband, Lloyd Campbell, her son Ken and wife Millie; her son Steve; her daughter Sharon Hudler and husband Mike, her sister Elizabeth Richardson; her grandchildren, Carly and Casey Campbell, Bret Winey and wife Michelle, Michael Winey, and Nicole Hudler; and her great grandchildren, Carter, Bennett, Griffin, and Hadley Winey. She is also predeceased by her daughter Linda and two brothers, Dwight and David Locke. Barbara was born in Washington D.C. on March 20, 1933 to Dwight and Mary Locke. She grew up in the era of the Depression and the Second World War and remembered rationing and the sacrifices that affected her otherwise happy childhood. She graduated from Theodore Roosevelt High School in Bethesda, MD and worked for the Treasury Department in Washington prior to meeting Lloyd and getting married on March 7, 1954. She then moved to Aberdeen, MD, where Lloyd worked as a mathematician and early computer programmer on the Aberdeen Proving Ground. After her youngest child, Sharon, reached school age, Barbara went back to school and took courses that prepared her for assisting physicians, after which she went to work in the pediatric office of the Drs. Gomez, Yim, and Rastogi in Havre de Grace, MD, and then worked in the OBGYN office of Drs. Carrier and Bellentoni until her retirement in 1986. In both offices she was much loved for her dedication and humor. After retirement, and even before, Barbara and Lloyd enjoyed camping and traveled all over the United States and Canada. In 1993, Barbara and Lloyd relocated to Mission. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church in Mission. Barbara had a great sense of humor and frequently shared and saved comic strips she found amusing. She was an awesome cook who was renowned for her famous homemade apple dumplings, among other specialties. She had a deep and abiding faith that stemmed from her upbringing in the Brethren Church and continued through her many years as a member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Aberdeen before finding a new church home in Texas. In lieu of flowers, the family prefers donations or contributions to the Myositis Foundation at https://www.myositis.org/. We are grateful for the many years we had with her and the deep and positive impact she had on all of our lives.