Lenora O’Neal Campbell

Published 11:41 am Friday, December 17, 2021

Lenora O’Neal Campbell, who was lovingly called “NaNa” by her children, grandchildren, and family members, departed this life and went home with her Lord and Savior on Dec. 14, 2021.

Lenora was born in Andalusia on April 6, 1940, to Ruth Sims O’Neal and C.H. O’Neal.

Lenora O’Neal Campbell

Lenora was a loving, devoted, and selfless mother to Melissa Campbell Richardson and Neal Campbell. Lenora raised Melissa and Neal in Andalusia with her husband, James A. Campbell. She was Melissa and Neal’s biggest supporter in all of their life endeavors. Most importantly, she taught her children that a foundation built on a relationship with the Lord was the most essential relationship of all.

Lenora was a legal assistant for Attorney Sydney Fuller for 44 years when she retired. Lenora loved her career and went to work with a smile on her face each day. Lenora had been a member of the Business and Professional Women.

She had been involved with WMU at West Highland Baptist Church. She had been a member of the Inter Se Club of Andalusia and was also a member of the Silver Eagles at CrossWay Ministries Church, where she was a member.

Lenora was married to Wayne Eubanks. She is survived by her daughter, Melissa Campbell Richardson (Chuck); by her son, Neal Campbell (Melinda); by her grandson, Tyler Campbell (Saki); by her grandson Grayson Campbell (Amber); by her sister, Anita O. Phillips (Hal); and other cousins and family members.

Lenora is preceded in death by her parents, Ruth and C.H. O’Neal.

“NaNa” was happiest when she was with her family. She always treasured time spent with her grandsons, the loves of her life, and her family and friends.  Lenora was the one who always took care of others…that was her gift.

Services will be held at Foreman Brown-Service Funeral Home on Dec. 17, 2021. Visitation will be from 1 to 2 p.m., and the service will be held at 2 p.m.

Pallbearers will be Chuck Richardson, Kelly Goodyear, Bobby Johns, Brandon Phillips, Tim Stewart, and Reggie Davis.

The family welcomes flowers or donations made to the American Cancer Society.