My wife, Sasha, and I, along with our son, Jax, are proud to carry on the legacy from my grandparents, Donald L. and Joyce Campbell, and my uncle and aunt, David B. and Sharon Campbell of caring for our friends, families, and neighbors in their time of sorrow.
Since 1954, our staff at Campbell Funeral Home continues to provide funeral planning with compassion and honesty and by earning the trust and loyalty of our clients. For this, we are deeply grateful. Funerals have changed since the early 1950s when services lasted three days, including two full days of visitation from 10:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m., and the funeral ceremony on the third day. Today, funerals are generally different or no public service may be held at all. However, one thing will never change at Campbell Funeral Home is that we honor every life with dignity and respect.
From the most elaborate service to the most humble graveside ceremony, our staff serves a higher purpose: to be sensitive to the needs of those we serve regardless of social or financial standing, religion or ethnicity.
My grandparents lived by the Golden Rule and I learned at an early age the importance of serving others. Even though my profession can be challenging and heartbreaking, I am proud to be a Licensed Funeral Director. We are determined to continue to operate as a locally owned funeral home in Carmi and Norris City, Illinois for many years to come.
We are available 24 hours a day by phone at 618.382.5222 (Carmi) and 618.378.3811 (Norris City). Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns about arrangements or pre-arrangements at Campbell Funeral Home.