Mrs. Margaret Ould Bell Craig, died April 24, 2019 in Middletown R.I. at the age of 99. She graduated from Northampton School for Girls in 1936, and from Wellesley College in 1940. After raising four daughters with her husband Frederick E. Craig in N.J. they enjoyed many happy retirement years in Rhode Island near the ocean. She is survived by four daughters, three grandchildren, and 3 great grandchildren.
R. Craig Campbell, age 100 years, of Plymouth, MA, died at his home on Tuesday, April 10, 2017. He was the husband of the late Margaret “Margi” Campbell for 72 years, and the son of the late Robert Newton and Vivian (Zeal (Savini) Campbell. Born in East Providence, Rhode Island, Craig lived in Canandaiqua, New York for many years before moving to Plymouth in recent years. He had an extensive career in different businesses, retiring as CEO from the Welch’s Food Company. Craig volunteered to the Army Draft Program in 1940 at the rank of Private. During his time overseas during World War II in the South Pacific war zone, he was awarded an Officer’s Commission as a 2nd Lt retiring in 1945 at the rank of 1st Lt. He was a member of the American Legion Post #40, the American Management Association, the Rotary Club and the Union League Club of Chicago, Ill. Most important to Craig, was his family. He has touched many lives. He is survived by his children, Bruce Carter Campbell of Canandaiqua, NY, Scott Fletcher Campbell of Martha’s Vineyard, Glenn McLeod Campbell of Saratoga Springs, NY and Dausha Cherie Campbell of Plymouth, 17 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren, his sisters Vivian Stoll and Barbara King and 4 nieces. He was the father of the late R. Craig Campbell II (’63) and Colin Whipple Campbell (’65).
Bunkie was born in Detroit, Michigan on April 30, 1919, the daughter of John W. M. Bunker and Helen Crawshaw Bunker.
After attending Northampton School for Girls and Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, she graduated from the Nursery Training School of Boston (now Eliot-Pearson) and taught at the Perkins School for the Blind.
Born in Boston on January 1, 1918, he was the son of the late Louis and Sadie (Laskey) Rosenthal. He leaves his beloved wife of 49 years Barbara (Cohn) Rosenthal, daughter Connie (Milender) Goebel, son-in-law Jay Goebel, grandchildren Alec and Sally Goebel of Orange, CT, sister Helaine (Rosenthal) Meyers of Brookline, brother Irwin Rosenthal of Chestnut Hill and many loving nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, and extended family and friends.
Bob was born November 18, 1917 in Holyoke, MA. A life long resident of Westborough, he graduated from Westborough High School, Clark University, and Harvard Dental School. He later trained as an orthodontist at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. While at Harvard he enlisted in the Navy and served as the dentist aboard the USS Starlight, a WWII naval transport ship operating in the Pacific.