Dennis Campbell

Dennis Campbell

May 18, 1951 - February 21, 2021
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Dennis P. Campbell, age 69, of Fremont, NE. passed away Sunday, February 21, 2021 due to an auto accident in Saunders County. He was born May 18, 1951 in Fremont to Arnold and Carol (Cole) Campbell.

Dennis was raised in Fremont and graduated from Fremont Senior High School. He owned Campbell Body Shop and has worked for Peterson Body Shop for 20 plus years. Dennis married Nelda (Powley) Kumm on July 3, 2008 in Wahoo, NE.

He is survived by his wife, Nelda; sons, Seth (Jenny) Campbell, Cody (Charity) Campbell; step-sons, Junior (Nikki) Kumm and Robert (Shandra) Kumm all of Fremont; daughters, Neleigh (David) Bequette of Fremont, Anne Lendt of Omaha and step-daughter, Marie (Travis) Pelo of Colon, NE; brothers, David Campbell of Fremont, Dean (Sandy) Campbell of Peoria, AZ and Bruce (Jennifer) Campbell of Maine; sister, Connie (Terry) Layman of Phoenix, AZ; 23 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.

Dennis was preceded in death by his parents; sister, Phyllis (Bud) DePue; brother, Gary Campbell; and sister-in-law, Deb Campbell.

Private Family Funeral will be held. A public celebration of Life service will be at a later date
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Darrell Welander

Posted at 04:52pm
Nelda and family,
We were shocked and very saddened to hear about the accident. Darrell and Dennis have been friends since gradeschool. Nelda, do hope you will have a good recovery, even though it will take some time. we are sending sympanthy to all and prayers of healing.
Sending love, Darrell and Annette Welander

Ron Clayton

Posted at 03:36pm
Our deepest sympathy to Dennis’s family. I knew Dennis for many years and really enjoyed talking to him! A great fellow Baron and friend! Will be greatly missed!
Ron and Dorothy Clayton

Dave Olson

Posted at 12:15pm
Ever since our Rinky Dink days in grade school at the old YMCA I've always considered you a good friend, always fun to get together with. I'm proud to say that you were my friend. You will be missed by everyone who knew you. I know we will meet again, so for now...I'll say good bye.

Gary Payne

Posted at 04:52pm
I remember so many things about Dennis, his joking around in School with different one's in the classrooms and he had such a fantastic talent of drawing different cartoon characters and using his voice to talk like the characters he drew and would get many of us laughing at what he did and he was a really kind and funny fellow. Dennis would see something outside and would start making jokes about what struck him funny and in turn would make ones that seen or heard what he would say and just start kidding all those around. I really hated to hear about his death it seems just a few years ago I watched him with his drawing and joking ways , he will be missed by so many. For any Family and Friends I hope this gives them some relief, it brings Myself and my Family something to look forward to so we can have our Baby back with us, with confidence John 5 : 28 & 29 . Gary Payne

Glenda Liester

Posted at 08:35am
The first time I met you Dennis, You told me you were going to make my sister your wife one day. From that day forward I knew you were a wonderful man and loved my sister Nelda so much! I wish I lived closer ... I would of loved getting to know you better! Rest in Peace my dear brother in law!

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