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Emily Suzanne Iott-Campbell Aug. 24, 1980 – Mar. 22, 2013
Isabella Ann Campbell Mar. 22, 3013
Emily was born in Woodland, CA August 24, 1980 and moved to Oregon with her family in 1993. She attended and graduated from Perrydale HS in 1998. She Received her BA from Western Oregon University in Language Arts in 2003 and a Masters in Science & Humanities in 2005. Once graduated from WOU her passion was teaching at North Salem HS; where she taught Freshman English, Honors, AVID, Senior Literacy Lab & World Literature & philosophy. She married the love of her life (Wesley A. Campbell Jr.) on September 21, 2012 in Dallas, OR. They were expecting their first child Isabella Ann Campbell on April 16, 2013. They were both called home to the Lord on March 22, 2013.
She was preceded in death by her Grandmothers, Joni Collet & Modean Iott Truitt, Grandpa Donald V. Iott, Uncles Donald, Bennie & Kenneth Iott and her Father Frank D. Iott. Survivors include: her husband Wesley Campbell, mother Gwenn Collet Iott, brother Barney Iott (Mary Ann); nieces: Jessica (Kellen), Sadie, & Maddie, nephew Luke; sister Daphne Iott Trimpe (Tim), nephew Zak Campbell, Christian Trimpe and niece, Courtney Campbell; sister Stephanie Iott Moffat (Terry); nieces: Emma, Meagan & Mea and her brother Jordan Iott. Grandparents Robert & Bette Collet, Uncle Greg Collet & Aunt Jill Collet; aunts: Judy Iott, Nadine Iott and Betty Jean Truitt Peet (Alan) and many cousins; in-laws Wesley & Retha Campbell Sr. and brother-in-law Chris Campbell (Addie); nephew, Kelton and niece Regan and sister-in-law, Carrie Campbell Rupp (Doug).
In lieu of flowers please send donations to The Emily & Isabella Campbell Memorial Scholarship Fund, in care of North Salem High School at 765 14th Street NE, Salem OR 97301 . Memorial Service & Fellowship will be held Saturday, March 30th at 1:00pm at Salt Creek Baptist Church in Dallas, OR. There will be a Celebration of Life Assembly at North Salem HS on Tuesday, April 2nd at 7:45am. The public is welcome. The Dallas Mortuary Tribute Center is caring for the family.