Clayton Campbell

Clayton J. Campbell, 0-419327, Lieutenant Colonel

Clayton Campbell

Postby Beth Carothers » January 22nd, 2004, 1:23 am

My father, USAF Lt. Col. (Ret.) Clayton J. Campbell, Sr., passed away November 17, 2002, in Richland, WA, at age 85. He lived his after-the-war years in the house he designed and built in Boise, ID. His wife of 61 years, Mary, my brother, sister, and I were privileged to attend the goblet ceremony in Fairfield, CA, at the 61st Reunion to see his silver cup turned over. It was great to meet many of the surviving Raiders, friends, and relatives and to take part in the many activities and celebrations in the Bay Area.
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Postby Todd Joyce » January 22nd, 2004, 6:57 pm

Hi Beth, thanks for posting here on the Forum! I have added a link to the web site for this years 62nd Reunion in Tucson AZ on the home page of my web site. Hope to see you and John there this year! :lol:
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Postby Kiwiwriter » November 20th, 2006, 11:33 am

Thanks for sharing that, Beth, and for your father-in-law's service.

Can you share with us your memories of Col. Campbell?
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"This force is bound for Tokyo." -- Vice Adm. William F. Halsey Jr.

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