POLSON, Mont. Bruce Barton Campbell, 73, passed away into the arms of his Savior on Monday, June 16, 2014, at The Pines of Mission in St. Ignatius, Mont.
He was born June 14, 1941, in Minot, the son of Harry and Mildred Campbell.
He received a degree in drafting from the North Dakota State School of Science, in Wahpeton. He was united in marriage to Linda Ike in 1960 and they were married for 49 years.
He was a very faithful member of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Polson, and was a past member of Polson Kiwanis. He loved to hunt, and especially enjoyed his cabin in the Swan Valley.
Bruce enjoyed many projects he loved to work and get it done!
He was a businessman in Polson for many years owning Cherry Hill Motel, C&R Pontiac and Polson Paint and Glass and in later years was a Realtor for Signature Realty and an insurance agent for Lake County Farmers Mutual Insurance.
He is preceded in death by: his wife, Linda; his mother, Mildred, and father, Harry.
He is survived by: his daughters, Laura Burrowes and husband Jim, Jennifer Salois and husband Chuck, all of Polson, and son John Campbell and wife Cheri, of Olympia, Wash.; two sisters, Janet Campbell, of New Mexico, and Kathy Okland, of Minnesota; grandchildren, Brianne Burrowes, of Phoenix, Ariz., Mara Fitzgerald, of Helena, Mont., Kaitlyn Burrowes, of Polson, Michael and Amanda Campbell, of Olympia, Alexander and Josie Salois, of Polson; a great-grandson, Hayden Fitzgerald; and numerous other family, including cousins, nieces, nephews and sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law.
We would like to thank both hospice and the Pines for their love, care and concern and also Dr. Rausch for making house calls.
Funeral services for Bruce will be: Friday, June 20, at 11 a.m., at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, in Polson, with Rev. D. O. Jacobson officiating.
Burial: will follow the services at Lakeview Cemetery, Polson.
Visitation will be held: today, Thursday, from 5 to 7 p.m., at Grogan Funeral Home in Polson
Arrangements are under the direction of Grogan Funeral Home and Crematory. Memories of condolence may be sent to the family at (www.groganfuneralhome.com).