Jenifer A. Campbell

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Jenifer A. Campbell

May 21, 1946 – Dec. 16, 2013

Jenifer A. Campbell, 67, died on Dec. 16, 2013, at the home of her daughter in Richmond, Kentucky.

She was born May 21, 1946 in Miami, Arizona and then moved to Kearny. She attended Ray High School. She was married to Edwin Ray Elliott. They relocated from Ray to Riverside where they resided until his death in 1971. She lived in Riverside until 1979.

In 1979 she moved to the Phoenix area where she lived with her second husband James W. Dear. She worked many years at J.C. Penny’s then the Arizona Department of Revenue. She relocated to Utah then eventually moved back Kearny where she cared for her father Myron “Tuffy” Campbell. She lived with her daughter Arlene and her two sons. She then moved to Illinois where she worked at Wal-Mart for many years. In 2006 she relocated to Richmond, Kentucky where she retired.

Survivors include her daughters, Arlene Elliott of Kearny and Sherry (Douglas) Schauer of Richmond, Kentucky; grandchildren, Justin Chavez and Matthew Naranjo of Kearny, Arizona, and Bradley, Joshua, and Sarah Schauer of Richmond, Kentucky. Also surviving are her step-mother, Gayle Boehm of Globe; and brothers, Jack and David Speer both of Globe.

The memorial service will be held Thursday, Dec. 26, 2013, at 10 a.m. at Griffith Mortuary 101 Johnston Dr. Kearny, AZ. 85137.

Visit the online memorial at www.griffithmortuary.com

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