Margaret Susan Campbell

June 16, 1949 ~ October 4, 2023

Resided in: Lake Charles, LA

Margaret Susan Campbell died at her home in Lake Charles on October 4, at the age of 74. She was the daughter of Dorothy Marie Consley and Jeter Louis Campbell, Jr., both of whom predeceased her. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Lake Charles. An active, talented, and caring person, she had a passion for dogs that began when she received a cocker spaniel to ease pain of the black eye she got as a little girl from a baseball. She attended Lake Charles High School and marched with the Kilties. She was an excellent artist and rendered numerous watercolor and oil paintings of beloved pets for people in the area. She did the art that became the bronze McNeese Cowboy statue. She donated the original art for the bronze Cowboy to Kappa Sigma Fraternity. She worked as a draftsman for an architect and prepared the plans for numerous structures. Upon retirement, she assisted family members and friends as they transitioned to their new lives. Susan is survived by her older brother, J. Louis Campbell III, of Pennsylvania: “to you, Sue, we say thank you for everything, and Namaste – we bow to the divine in you.”

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  1. I remember Susan. She was good friends with Charlotte Levingston and I was as well . Sorry to hear of her passing . My condolences to those who loved her and those she touched along her journey.

  2. Louis, I’m sorry for your loss. Susan was a good friend and I saw her over the years several times related to her work.

  3. Candle 4I’m so very sorry to hear about Sue’s passing. I knew her through my Aunt Gail Broussard, and she had nothing but wonderful things to say about Sue. She was her dear friend. Her artwork was amazing and she did one of my boys that she gave to Gail. We have it now and are grateful for her artistic talent.

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