Helen Jane Campbell, 82, of Florence passed away peacefully on the afternoon of Monday, July 12, 2021. Visitation will be from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 14 at Chancellor Funeral Home in Florence, followed by a celebration of life at 10:00 a.m. on July 15 at Marvin UMC in Florence. The family would like to invite everyone who is comfortable to attend the visitation and service. Jane was born into the loving home of Horace and Beatrice Webb in Jackson, Mississippi. She graduated from Central High School in Jackson and attended the University of Southern Mississippi. Jane married the love of her life, Seisel Douglas Campbell, on September 11, 1958, and they moved to the Clear Branch community of Florence in 1972. Jane was a longtime member of Marvin United Methodist Church in Florence where she served on numerous committees, sang in the choir, and participated in many children’s programs and activities. After raising four children, our Dear Jane spent her life enjoying her passions: quilting, making ceramics, attending Mississippi State baseball, and using her home to be the hearth of a very large and very loud family. Above everything, she cherished spending her days with her loving husband of 62 years, Doug Campbell. She and Doug loved to travel and were famous for turning a three-day trip into a two-week adventure. She is preceded in death by her parents Horace and Beatrice Webb, her sister Barbara Ann Webb, and her daughter, Donna Ruth Campbell Nichols. Jane is lovingly remembered by her husband Doug Campbell; siblings Billy, Hare Sue and Beth; sons Brian (Vivian) Campbell, Mark (Penny) Campbell, and Allen (Cary) Campbell; son-in-law Murray Nichols; grandchildren Nick, Jason, Mitch, Caleb, Erin, Claire, Taylor, Anna, Jackson and Riley; five grandchildren in-law; and her three great-grandchildren Maggie, Tripp and Elliott. The family would like to thank the many health care workers who treated Jane in the last 14 years. Particularly, the family would like to give a special thanks to Dr. Rod Shields at South Rankin Family Clinic and Dr. Tammy Young and the entire nursing staff at Jackson Oncology. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to Blair E. Batson Hospital in Jackson, MS, Discovery Christian School in Florence, MS, and Hogs for the Cause in New Orleans, LA.