Alice Mildred Campbell, 76


Alice Mildred Campbell, 76, of Sorento, died Sunday, Dec. 19, 2021, at her residence.

Visitation will be held Monday, Dec. 27, from 5 to 7 p.m. at Assalley Funeral Home in Sorento. There will be no funeral service. Cremation rites will be accorded.

Mrs. Campbell was born June 28, 1945 in Breese, the daughter of Leo and Henrietta Mary (Hermling) Kuhl. She married Richard James Campbell in New Douglas on Oct. 16, 1965.

She worked at Roller Derby, Brown Shoe Factory and Olin, but she spent most of her life as a stay-at-home mom, always being there for her children and grandchildren.  She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, sister and aunt who dedicated her entire life to her family. She loved playing Bingo and spending every minute with family.

Mrs. Campbell is survived by her husband Richard, of Sorento; children Larry (wife Melissa) Campbell of Valles Mines, MO, Lonnie Campbell of Sorento, Christina (husband Ed) Willeford of Sorento, and Crystal (husband Ron) Snoddy of Hillsboro; grandchildren Brandon (wife Lucy) Campbell, Kortney (husband Ricky) Campbell, Tiffani (husband Zack) Campbell, Jordyn (husband Josh) Finley, Hunter (wife Shelby) Campbell, Chase Willeford, Cody Willeford, Kenna Snoddy; great-grandchildren Braxton Finley, Myles Rolfingsmeier, Alabama and Portlyn Finley, and Lucas and Briggs Chambers; siblings Bernetta Spaeth of Hillsboro, Ruthann (husband Charlie) Daiber of New Baden, George (wife Barb) Kuhl of Sorento, Leroy Kuhl of Coffeen, Mary (husband Les) Mullen of Coffeen, Urban (wife Kathy) Kuhl of Old Ripley, Herman “Red” (wife Renee) Kuhl of Donnellson, Edward (wife Betty) Kuhl of Sorento, David (wife Bev) Kuhl of Coffeen, Mike Kuhl of Coffeen and Aggie (husband Gary) Huston of Coffeen.

She was preceded in death by her parents; grandson Dalton Finley; sister Annetta Kuhl; sisters-in-law Linda Kuhl, Pat Kuhl and Paula Kuhl; and brother-in-law Charles Spaeth.

Memorial contributions may be made to VITAS Healthcare in Fairview Heights, or the Lemuel Rhodes Cancer Foundation in Greenville. To share memories or offer condolences, visit