Vera Campbell

Vera Williams Molloy Campbell was born in Calhoun, Oklahoma on February 27, 1922. She had three children, Leslie, Sharon, and Rickey Molloy and nine grandchildren. Vera graduated with a BA from Northeastern State Teachers College at Tahlequah, Oklahoma in 1953 and with a Masters in Education from the University of Arkansas in 1958. Her teaching career of 36 years consisted of varied experiences from first grade to the university level. Vera and her husband, Myrl Campbell, moved to Horseshoe Bay, Texas in September 1988. She and Myrl became members of the protestant church at Horseshoe Bay in the spring of 1989 and have continued to be active members.

I wish to give thanks first to God, for without His guidance this work could not have been done. Next to Bill Kinney who asked me to do the history and instilled confidence in me that I could do the work. To all of those who supplied information, pictures, and proofreading, I owe a debt of gratitude. The list is as follows: Eileen and Wayne Hurd, Merle and Charles Keiser, Betty Ann Edgerton, Tom and Jane Campbell, Sarah and Ken Forshee, Lindy Goodman, Marion and Paul Weyrauch, Jean Stoneburner, Obera Godwin, Dorothea O'Neill, Lou Holder, Mary Lou and Bob Brown, Virginia and Evan Roberts, Pat Biggs, Lila Munro, Art Hawkinson and Beverly Swennes. A special thanks goes to Karen Carson for her assistance in the early days of writing and to Bettie Taber for her patience and expertise in pulling the materials together in print form.

Materials and pictures appeared in my mailbox at church without names so to all who assisted, thank you.

"I tell you the truth, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, 'move from here to there' and it will be done. Nothing will be impossible for you." Matthew 17:20

"Therefore I tell you, whatever you ask in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours." Mark 11:24

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