Published: February 27, 2007
William Beverly Campbell died unexpectedly on September 10, at the age of 72. Bill and his wife, Judy, divided their time living in Baltimore, Md., and Sunriver. Bill and Judy were active in the antiques community for more than 20 years with Campbell House Antiques. They specialized in early American antiques, particularly American folk art.
Bill attended Gilman School in Baltimore, and graduated from Princeton University. He taught at Gilman School and in the Portland, Ore., public school system. After his teaching career, Bill and Judy moved back to the East Coast in 1986. They started Campbell House Antiques and operated a bed and breakfast in Kennett Square, Penn. Bill enjoyed being involved in the antiques community, as well as traveling the world and experiencing different cultures.
Bill is survived by Judy, his wife of 47 years, his four children and ten grandchildren.
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