Walt Campbell

[29 AUG 1932 - I2 - 20274 - 23 APR 2011]

Walt Campbell Eulogies

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I-2 Firsties - 4th Row: Gray - Fralen - Donald (CO) - Fiscus - 3rd Row: Vanden Bosch - Schow - Hamilton - Jeter - Campbell - 2nd Row: McCarthy - Brown - Wells - Roth - 1st Row: Macdonald - Harvill - Wray - Roades - Wallis - Meetze - Sims



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I-2 Cows



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I-2 Yearlings - 4th Row: Dilts - Donald - McCarthy - Brown - Roth - 3rd Row: Campbell - Hamilton - Wells - Meetze - 2nd Row: Vanden Bosch - Fralen - Macdonald - Gray - 1st Row: Roades - Berg - Wanderer - Harvill - Jeter - Fiscus (not pictured: Sims)



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I-2 Plebes - 4th Row: McCarthy - Munsch - Roth - Roades - 3rd Row: Campbell - Fralen - Vanden Bosch - Macdonald - Wanderer - Berg - Wray - 2nd Row: Meetze - Hamilton - Harvill - Dilts - Wells - Donald - Fiscus - 1st Row: Gray - Jeter - Charles Parks - Brown - Schow - Sims



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2012 AOG Online Register Entry

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I-2 Wives

Plebe: Walt Campbell, Tom McCarthy, Jon Vanden Bosch

Yearling: Walt Campbell, John Hamilton and Stan Harvill

Cow: Walt Campbell and Stan Harvill

Firstie: Walt Campbell and Stan Harvill



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Walter Earl Campbell

Walter Earl Campbell was born on 29 August 1932 in Arlington, Virginia. He was appointed to West Point by Senator Robertson of Virginia and entered on 3 July 1951. He was in Company I-2, graduated on 7 June 1955 and was commissioned in the US Army in the Signal Corps.



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LTC. Walter Earl Campbell (Ret.)

On Saturday, April 23, 2011. Walter was a long time resident of Arlington, VA. He was the husband of Mary Ann Drury Campbell for 56 years, father of Mary Elizabeth Simons (Mark) and Reid Andrew (Kathleen), and grandfather of Dylan and Shannon. Born August 29, 1932, in the Panama Canal Zone, he was the son of Walter Hills Campbell, PE, and Margaret Elizabeth Postle, of London, OH.

Walter grew up in Arlington, graduating from Washington-Lee High School in 1950. He graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point with the Class of 1955 and later earned a Master's Degree from Stanford University. Walter served in the US Army Signal Corps, for 22 years. Following military service, he continued his career as a Systems Analyst for PRC, IBM, and Loral. He was very active at Christ United Methodist Church and The Falls Church, serving as a Sunday school teacher for many years. Walter was an Eagle Scout and remained active with the Boy Scouts, as an Assistant Troop Leader and volunteered with FISH and the Arlington Food Bank. Walter enjoyed tending his beautiful vegetable and flower gardens, creating wood furniture and toys for family and friends, researching family and Civil War history, and sharing his knowledge with others.

Relatives and friends may call on Thursday, April 28 from 6 to 8 p.m. at MURPHY'S FUNERAL HOME, 4510 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA. A memorial service will be held Friday, April 29 at 1 p.m. at The Historic Falls Church, 115 East Fairfax Street, Falls Church, VA with interment at Kirkwood Cemetery, London, OH at a later date.

The family requests donations be made in Walter's name to Capital Caring (previously Capital Hospice) (Attn: Philanthropy Department; 2900 Telestar Court; Falls Church, VA 22042).


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