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Marian (Leigh) Idelle (Miller, Ullman) Campshure

01/26/1940 - 08/26/2018
Service Date: 09/15/2018
Service Time: 10:30 AM
Service Location: Red Mountain United Methodists Church, 2936 N. Power, Road, Mesa, AZ

Marian (Leigh) Idelle (Miller, Ullman) Campshure

It is with great sadness we announce Leigh Campshure, 78, passed away, peacefully, on Sunday morning, August 26th at her home in Mesa, Arizona surrounded by her three daughters.  Leigh was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin to Arthur and Elta (Munsinger) Miller on January 26, 1940.  She was the second of two children. 

Leigh was a devoted wife and mother, as well as a loving daughter and sister.  She was also a career woman who worked most of her life.  She took great pride in her work, and she instilled that work ethic in her daughters.  Her first job was in administration at Green Bay Foods and she eventually found her way to Reynolds and Reynolds where she was a very successful representative.  Although she enjoyed her work, she also appreciated other things in life such as golfing, bowling, knitting, cooking, travelling, classical music and theater.  Attending church (both Red Mountain United Methodist Church, Mesa and Salvation Army Church, Mesa) and sharing her faith and fellowship with others also brought her great joy.  She was often seen volunteering at local missions, Salvation Army and church.  Leigh was always willing to do whatever she could to help others in need.  Throughout her journey, she cared for, and touched so many lives.  She was patient, kind, loving, always greeted you with a smile and her laugh was infectious.  She will be deeply missed by anyone who knew her. 

Leigh was preceded in death by her first husband, Roger F. Ullman (March 27, 1976), her second husband, Dr. Roger J. Campshure (August 19, 2017) her sister, Marlene (Miller, Clausen) Sorenson (September 22, 2016).  She is forever remembered by her 3 daughters, Kim Marie Ullman, Carina Marie (Wayne) Litman, and Rogene Marie (Fadel) Gad, and her beloved granddaughter, Madison Leigh Roberts. 

A celebration of life service will be held on Saturday, September 15, 2018 at 10:30 at the Red Mountain United Methodists Church, 2936 N Power Rd, Mesa. 

In lieu of flowers, Leigh’s favorite charities were: Salvation Army Youth Group and RMUMC (Red Mountain United Methodist Church) Youth Group.




  • Didn’t my sisters do a great job on this obituary! So proud of them. Please know you are invited to this classy ladies Celebration of Life. She might’ve come into this world crying but went out so peacefully as if arm in arm with God. If you remember her smile, pass it on everyday…. be the reason someone else smiles!!! If you loved her, know she loved you more!

  • Dear Marie, Carina and Rogene,
    My deepest condolences. As difficult as this may be, it must be comforting to know she is at peace and dancing with the Angels. She will be missed. Loved her kindness and her infectious sweet smile. May she rest in peace. Sending you much love and keeping you in my prayers.

  • Marie, Carina, and Rogene,
    I think of you all and your Mom often. She was a role model for me and sent an excellent example on how to be an accomplished working woman, and mother. Kind, humble, sweet, giving, classy and always a lady. I am proud to have learned a few things from her amp blessed to have known her. Forever in my memories and my heart. She will be missed.I am a better person for knowing her. I have used her example on how to handle certain situations in life, in both good times and hard times. Ladies, I know it’s tough but smile and laugh, she’d like that. Bless you all.

  • Rosemarie Spofford Nelson

    Condolences to Marie Carina and Rogene~I remeber your mother having such grace and class~She will be greatly missed~

  • Wittlinger Family

    I, and my family, send our sincere condolences. We have such warm memories of your mom and family. We hope you a able to find peace at this time. Take care. Ann

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