Susan Edwards Campbell was born August 04, 1939 in St. Clair City, Michigan to Jesse Goss Edwards of Tennessee and Jean Scott of Michigan. Her father was a member of the U.S. Coast Guard at the time of her birth and followed a career unto retirement in that service. Her mother was a homemaker. Susan fondly called herself a Coast Guard Brat and remembered running to her father as he came home from one of his stints. Another of her younger memories was of tending to the smaller children as the wives of the servicemen who had gathered to support each other as she was the oldest. Susan moved here with her parents in her late teens/early twenties. She was married to Frances Edwards Turner, known to everyone as “Red” because of his red hair. The service was held in Lake Ola, Florida on June 08, 1963. They were a family of two. The marriage ended October 09, 1991. Susan was one of the original Charter Members of the Northwest Orange County Improvement Association in 1968. Still with NOCIA, Susan and some of the Charter Members established the Zellwood Sweet Corn Boil. People would gather at the Zellwood Community Center and boil corn to eat along with picking music with their friends. This quickly grew into what we know today as the Zellwood Sweet Corn Festival. Susan met and married Henry Arville Campbell of Kentucky on February 01, 1992 in Ocoee, Florida. He was a pastor for Grace Freewill Baptist Church. Together they would travel around place to place and sing and worship with others. Susan could play the piano, guitar, and mandolin very well. She loved to sing hymns. Henry passed at home in her arms December 17, 2007 after a long battle with cancer. Susan has had a long battle with Alzheimer’s these last few years of her life. Her body became ill with an infection that has taken her to her Lord. We rejoice that she has a new body and forever happy spirit in His presence.