August 26, 1948 ~ September 28, 2021

Born in: Rome, NY
Resided in: Indianapolis, IN

Sharron Marie Campbell, 73, of Indianapolis, passed away on September 28, 2021. She was born on August 26, 1948 in Rome, New York, to the late George and Kathryn (Boiko) Fadel. Sharron was one of nine kids, who grew up in her “Polish-Ukraine” home. She attended Rome Free Academy in Rome, NY. When Sharron’s mother passed away in 1966, Sharron dropped out of school and started working at “The Pub”. This is where she met her future husband, Robert, who was an airman stationed at Griffiss Air Force Base. They were married on February 24, 1968 at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Rome, NY.

4 years later, Sharron and her family relocated to Dover, Delaware. Robert was able to work at General Metalcraft. Dover became their new home, and this is where Sharron and Robert raised their 4 children. Sharron worked as a housekeeper at Westminster Village and Bay Health Medical Center while in Dover, along with being a great mother and wife. In May 2009, Sharron decided to move with her son, Joe, to Indianapolis, IN to live closer to her daughter, Cindy.

Sharron was an avid Phillies fan. She loved to eat at Cracker Barrel, and would stop in at any Goodwill or go to yard sales whenever she had a chance. Sharron loved spending time with her family and friends, and loved life in general, just having fun and laughing.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Robert; daughter, Cynthia Campbell; along with her parents mentioned above; and siblings, George, Barbara, John, Marion, and Morris; and fur babies, Dixie and Snoopy, her 2 dachshunds.

Sharron is survived by her children, Bruce Campbell (Lorinda) of Merrillville, IN, Lynn Humphries of Indianapolis, IN, and Joe Campbell of Indianapolis, IN; grandchildren, Kenny Campbell of Merrillville, IN and Johnathon Humphries of Indianapolis, IN; and siblings, Carol (Fadel) Gwin of Rome, NY, Bettie (Fadel) Setford of New Port Richey, FL and Christine Thompson of Syracuse, NY.

Arrangements provided by Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services – Lawrence.


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  1. May each of you find courage to face tomorrow as you rest in the knowledge that we truly care about each of your needs and that we will be here to walk beside you in your journey of grief.

    The staff of Legacy Cremation & Funeral Services

  2. Mom,
    “Her children arise up, and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praiseth her.” – Proverbs 31:28

    God has chosen you, from all the women in this world, to be my mother. I was the first one to call you, “Mom.”
    When I was born I kept you up for many nights. During these times you wiped my tears, fed me when I was hungry, nursed me when I was sick, and cradled me in your loving arms to put me to sleep. Thank you for loving me.

    You taught me many valuable lessons throughout your lifetime. You taught me how to laugh, how to have fun, how to show respect to those who are in authority and many others. The most important lesson that I learned and was able to see first hand was the love and devotion you had for Dad, that knowing someday I can pass this attribute down to your daughter-in-law and to your grandson.

    I am missing you right now and the space I have in my heart for you is now empty but, your memory will forever be in my heart until we see you again.

    I LOVE YOU, MOM!!!

  3. Mom,I just wanted to thank you for bearing with me for my 42 years. I love you so much,and miss you so much too. This is not Goodbye,but see you again…I will try to live out my life to be a representation of the values that you and Dad put into us children. I love you to the moon and back…..Joe

  4. Mom I miss you so much I miss going out every Saturday with you and Cindy I will see you again some day
    Love always Lynn

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