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Marjorie Louise Campbell (September 18, 1935 – November 24, 2023)

Marjorie Louise Campbell (September 18, 1935 – November 24, 2023)

Viewing will be held (1) hr.  prior to service on Saturday December 2nd,  2023 @ 9:00 am 
                             ***Service will begin immediately  following viewing***
Service Date:  Saturday, December 2nd,  2023
Service Time:  10:00 am
Service Location:  Antioch Missionary Baptist Church,  311 E. Broadway St.,  Oviedo FL.,  32765
Pastor Charles Jones
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Marjorie Louise Campbell

Affectionately Known as “MADGE”

Marjorie “Madge” Louise Campbell, gracefully departed on November 24, 2023 at her Oviedo residence surrounded by her loving family, concluding a courageous battle with illness. 

Born on September 18, 1935, in St. Ann, Jamaica, West Indies, she was the esteemed daughter of John and Elfreda Mitchell. Who precedes her in death along with her brother John Mitchell.

After completing her secondary education in Jamaica, Marjorie embarked on a journey in nursing at the Kingston General Hospital in Kent, England, specializing in midwifery. Her professional journey led her to England and eventually to the Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, where her expertise as a midwife became legendary. Marjorie’s profound skills, knowledge, and genuine care for the families she assisted left an indelible mark. Colleagues, including physicians and nurses, fondly recall her as a role model who shaped their professional and personal development.

In 1964, Marjorie married Lloyd Campbell, a British Army soldier from Jamaica. Together with their son Michael, they forged new lives in New York, where Lloyd thrived as a master carpenter in high-rise commercial buildings. Upon retirement in 1996, they relocated to Oviedo, Florida.

Upon moving to Oviedo, Marjorie embraced her new community at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, tirelessly contributing to its growth. Actively engaged in various roles, she dedicated herself to community outreach and had a special affinity for assisting young church members in their academic pursuits. Marjorie took pride in the spiritual and social enrichment provided by her church community, embodying the same spirit of generosity and authenticity that defined her life.

As Marjorie faced health challenges, her devoted husband, Lloyd, unwaveringly assumed the role as her primary caregiver. She is survived by her loving husband Lloyd of Oviedo, son Michael Campbell of SC, daughter Minister Yvonne (Mark) Bethune Ingleby of the UK, and a legacy of five grandchildren: Delisa Davis, Asia (Deviro) Brown, Mike Mike Campbell, Onasia Campbell, and Diamond Campbell, along with four cherished great-grandchildren: Ayda Brown, Jalia Davis, DJ Brown, and Neriah

Marjorie’s legacy extends beyond her family; she was known for her boundless generosity and authenticity. Whether as a trusted friend, neighbor, or colleague, Marjorie’s unwavering constancy defined her character. She was a friend to many, offering support and kindness without pretense.














  • Nigel Marshall Posted November 30, 2023 6:32 pm

    My deepest condolences and sympathies to Lloyd, Michael, Yvonne and the rest of the Campbell family. Sending you so much love and prayers.

  • IAN AND VERNADINE QUAN-SOON Posted December 2, 2023 1:29 pm

    LLoyd and family, know that you are all always in our hearts and prayers. More so now as we mourn Marjorie’s passing. Marjorie was an extended family member who at all times provided much unconditional love, friendship and care for our family. May she rest in peace.

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