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(January 24, 1939 – September 27, 2013)

Roger W. Campbell ( Jan. 24, 1939 – Sept. 27, 2013 )Roger William Campbell, age 74, of Midland formerly of Cadillac passed away Friday, September 27, 2013 at Mid-Michigan Stratford Village. He is now resting peacefully with the love of his life.Roger was born January 24, 1939 in Flint Michigan to William and Arlene (Johnson) Campbell. Roger was a Home Improvement Subcontractor for years until he retired; he worked hard to provide for his family, proudly served his country, had a great sense of humor and was a devoted husband to Janet and father to his only son Bill Campbell. He loved spending time with his family, especially his only granddaughter Alixandria, who he loved with all his heart. He looked forward to riding in his son?ÇÖs classic car and listening to Alixandria sing and told anyone who would listen how proud he was of her and played her singing videos. He enjoyed his last two years living in Midland at Washington Woods, where he made a lot of wonderful friends, enjoyed playing cards, working on puzzles and going on group dinner trips.On June 15, 1968 in Grand Blanc Michigan he married Janet L. Campbell, she preceded him in death June 6, 2011, surviving is his son Bill (Kim) Campbell; granddaughter Alixandria Campbell of Midland. He is also survived by his extended family Ken and Elaine Barrick; Gary, Debbie and Tara Rodenish, many wonderful cousins, nieces, nephews and a close friend Sara. He is predeased by his wife, Janet; parents, William and Arlene; brothers Delbert and Norman and his sister Sally.The family would like to thank Mid-Michigan Stratford Village and Mid-Michigan Hospice for the wonderful care that Roger received.Funeral service will be held on Monday at 5:00 pm from the Smith-Miner Funeral Home with Pastor David Kessler of the Free Methodist Church officiating. Visitation for Mr. Campbell will be held on Monday, September 30, 2013 from 3:00 pm until time of service.In lieu of flowers, those planning an expression of sympathy may consider memorial contributions to his granddaughter Alixandria.