Malcolm Campbell

Malcolm Emerson Campbell was born Aug. 5, 1937, in Glenrock, Wyo., to George and Minny (Sarvey) Campbell.  He attended schools in Glenrock and Custer, S.D.
Malcolm lived and worked in Wyoming and South Dakota. He was employed in the mining and mineral industries independently and worked for mining and milling companies. He operated a tourist business in Keystone, S.D. for seven years. Malcolm enjoyed gardening, fishing, hunting, woodworking, cooking and rock and mineral prospecting in the Rocky Mountain Region.  He loved listening to other people’s life stories.  
His life defined the type of person he was, incredibly strong with a beautiful spirit and smile to match. He had the most delightful, offbeat sense of humor and you never knew what he was going to say next; just that it was always something that would have everyone laughing and possibly scratching their heads.
He was deeply grateful for the senior programs available in Cheyenne, Wyo.. He participated in cooking classes and Ida’s yoga classes, attended baseball games, went on fishing trips and other activities.  The senior citizens center was instrumental in the quality of his senior years.  
Malcolm died March 15, 2021. He was 83.
He was preceded in death by his parents; brothers, William, George, Jr, and Edward Campbell; and grandson, Kyle Campbell.
Malcolm is survived by his children ,Sharon (Doug) Campbell-Jensen, Stephen (Joy), Jack (Beverly) Campbell, and Lea (Lyle)Delay; grandsons, Kellan, Cody, Lanny, Casey, Theodore, Jason, Jessie, Christopher and Cody; 15 great-grandchildren; sisters, Mary Havenman and Margaret (George) McClellan; and friend, Arlyn Newman.
Services are Thursday, March 25, at 2 p.m. at Wiederspahn-Radomsky Chapel in Cheyenne. Interment will be at Lakeview Cemetery in Cheyenne immediately following the service.  
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Laramie County Senior Citizens.  The service will be live streamed at wrcfu


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