Jewell Elaine Campbell


Jewel Elaine Campbell was born on June 23, 1966 and passed away on April 21, 2021.

Jewel, who was affectionately called “Missy” by our mother, graduated from Columbus South High School (with Distinction) in 1984.

She was employed by several banking institutions before obtaining a position with The Ohio Attorney General’s Office in 1995, where she was currently employed.

Jewel loved to watch horror movies, cooking shows and comedy movies. She had a sweet spirit, a beautiful smile and a very infectious laugh.

Jewel is preceded in death by our mother, Madelyn Campbell and brother William Martin.

She is survived by sister, Regina Bouldware; nieces Roneshia Bouldware and Adrianne Bouldware; great niece Morgan Bouldware-Nichols and brother, Michael Campbell and a host of cousins and friends.

Jewell Elaine Campbell, age 54. Sunrise June 23, 1966 and Sunset April 21, 2021.

PUBLIC Visitation Service 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Thursday, April 29, 2021 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave.

Interment at Glen Rest Memorial Estates.


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  1. I worked with Jewell for many years, her infectious laugh will be sorely missed! She was such a true joy in all that she did! My many condolences to the family! Jewell and your family will all be in my prayers!

  2. I would like to extend my Condolence and Prayers to the Family of Jewell Campbell. I had the pleasure of being a co-worker for many years. Jewell was pleasant and kind, she had a laugh that would make you laugh with her, she will be greatly missed.

  3. Howard A CROCKETT

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time of losing your one and only little sister. Jewell Elaine Campbell. May God continue to give comfort, peace and love. Pastor Howard Crockett & Mrs. Maryellen Crockett Germany

  4. To The Campbells Family, I am so sorry for your loss. I am a co-worker of hers at the Ohio Attorney Generals Office – Collections Enforcement Section. I loved Jewel, she will be missed. I
    called her “Queen”. I would take time off work and go to the hospital and sit with her for as long as they would let me when she was at Grant in ICU some years ago. I would read to her and brush her hair and just sit there with her. When she was at work I would greet her ” Good Morning Queen” she would reply; “you are the Queen and she would smile at me. My last conversation with Jewel was Easter Morning. She will be Greatly Missed. Karen Moore

  5. I worked with Jewell at the Ohio Attorney General Office. We had a very special relationship. We often ate lunch together and she was always so supportive to me. I will always have fond memories of her. She had a quiet and gentle spirit. My prayers to the family on your loss. She was a blessing to me in my life, so I know she blessed her family too.

  6. Vivian Phillips Tate

    My condolences and prayers go out to Jewel’s family. Jewel and I worked together in the Charitable Law Section of the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. She lived up to her name by freely sharing her kind words and laughter and showing concern for others. May your best memories ease your sadness and allow you to keep her memory alive.

  7. Jewell was a pleasure to be around. Her Union, OCSEA, will miss Sister Jewell Campbell and sends condolences to Jewell’s family, friends and her Attorney General work family.

  8. To Regina & the Campbell family,
    I worked with Jewel for several years, and when she was ill a few years ago, I visited & prayed with her while in the hospital & followed her through that battle at the nursing home, etc. until she was back to work, losing weight and looking great. With Covid and everyone working at home, we had
    lost contact. I’m so sorry for your loss, and send love and prayers to the family at this time.

  9. I didn’t know Jewel very well but when I heard her laugh in the office I knew exactly who it was. It was contagious and burst out just like a child’s laugh. It’s a wonderful memory to have of her. My prayers are with the family and friends that will miss her dearly. Rest in peace Jewel.


  10. My deepest sympathies to the family. I worked with Jewell during our banking days. Beautiful smile and always a kind word.

  11. Melissa Bonace

    I worked with Jewell in 2 sections of the AG’s office. What a wonderful sweet spirit. She made such an impression that I remembered her for many years. She is now with our Lord. God’s blessings for you and your family. Missy

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