Dec. 10, 1947 –
Feb. 22, 2011
Funeral services for Rhunette Campbell, 63, of Attapulgus, Ga., were held Sunday, Feb. 27, at Mount Olive African Methodist Episcopal Church near Attapulgus with the Rev. Dan Hall officiating.
Interment followed in the church’s cemetery with Trevis Raymonte Clemons, Calvin Bowens, Eric Clark, Rendell Strong, Fredrickus Sapp and Cedrick Campbell serving as active pallbearers.
Born Dec. 10, 1947, in Decatur County, Ms. Campbell died on Feb. 22, 2011, at Memorial Hospital in Bainbridge.
Ms. Campbell was a 1966 alumnus of Mount Moriah High School in Attapulgus. She was an active member of Mount Olive A.M.E. Church and sang in the church’s choir. She was employed with Williamson and Dickies Sewing Factory for more than 25 years, until its closure.
She was preceded in death by her parents, Mack Campbell Sr. and Fannie Byrd Campbell; a sister, Francenia Campbell Chukes; a brother, Mack Campbell Jr.; and an aunt, Gussie Byrd Potter.
Survivors include her son, Trevis Raymonte Clemons; a godson, Adrian Gordon of Hawaii; two goddaughters, Tarcia Peterson of Bainbridge and Ashley Harris of Fowlstown; a sister, Pearl Campbell of Attapulgus; her twin brother, Rufus Campbell of Fowlstown and two other brothers, Earl Campbell and his wife, Linda, of Attapulgus and Tony Campbell of Fowlstown; her half-brother, Forret Marshall; her best friends, Wilona Wade, Wanda Long, Minnie Miller and Eddie Justice Jr.; four grandchildren, Fantasha A’Dia, Raymonte Latreis, Zykeria and Carlos, all of Attapulgus; and a host of nieces, nephews and close associates.
Bruton Mortuary was in charge of arrangements.