Jon W. Campbell, 88, of \nButler, Pennsylvania, passed away on March 3, 2020 \nat the Butler Memorial Hospital. \n\nHe was born January 27, 1932 in Meridian, \nPennsylvania to the late Dr. H. Theodore Campbell \nand Miriam Trezise Campbell. \n\nJon lived in Butler his entire life except for seven \nyears. He is a Korean War veteran who served in the \nUnited States Navy as a weatherman from 1951-55. He \nspent two years in Pearl Harbor, often sleeping on \nthe beach while off duty. After returning from \nservice he married his wife Connie and they had 60 \nhappy years together. Jon is the proud father of \nthree daughters and eight grandchildren.\n\nAfter the service, Jon used the GI Bill to attend \nPenn State and graduated with a degree in Industrial \nPsychology in 1958 and was a member of the Phi \nDeltaTheta. He worked for Proctor and Gamble in the \ncase foods division. He introduced Jif peanut butter \nand Duncan Hines cake mix to central Pennsylvania. \nHe also worked for Pullman Standard as a \nphotographer and even had a stint as Register and \nRecorder of Butler County and the Butler City \nTreasurer. \n\nJon's most interesting story is that he was a Penn \nState football usher for 35 years. He drove from \nButler to Penn State in all kinds of weather and \nonly missed six games during that time. He displayed \na collection of Penn State memorabilia in a coffee \ntable in his living room.\n\nJon and Connie enjoyed traveling to Australia, \nParis, Germany and Hawaii. His favorite trip was a \nRocky Mountaineer Rail Trip that started in \nVancouver and highly recommended that one! Jon \nenjoyed bridge, golf, bingo, jazz and the Elks \nBowling league.\n\nHe was a member of Calvary United Presbyterian \nChurch and First United Methodist Church. Jon was a \nmember of Butler Elks where he held the title of \nExalted Ruler, Butler Lodge #272 F. & A.M. where he \nwas a 32nd degree Mason, and a member of the Ancient \nand Accepted Scottish Rite Valley of New Castle, \nButler Historical Society, Meridian Elementary \nReunion Group, PARC, Calvary United Leith Sunday \nSchool Class, IMC past president. Jon enjoyed being \na Penn State Usher from 1983-2018, Jon and his wife \nConnie were also founding members of the Butler \nValley Sports Car Club, where he was known for \nflipping his British Green TR3.\n\nHe is survived by three daughters, Tracy Accardi and \nher husband Ken of Boston, MA, Jenny Clark and her \nhusband Homer of Butler, PA, and Dawn Rej and her \nhusband Rich of Plymouth, MI; eight grandchildren, \nCasey and Ryan Accardi, Ruby and her husband Hunter \nMorgan, Nelson, Emma and Zoe Clark, Alex and Isaac \nRej; one sister, Judy Senin and her husband Peter of \nBurlington, NJ; one brother, Ted Campbell and his \nwife Becky of Yellow Springs, OH; three \nbrother-in-laws, Steve Hindman and his wife Hannah \nof Seattle, WA, Wayne Hindman and his wife Lucia and \ntheir three girls Nina, Nadia, and Corinne of \nButler, PA, John Hindman and his wife Meg and their \ntwo girls, Josey and Hadley of Bellingham, WA; and \nnumerous nieces and nephews. \n\nIn addition to his parents, he was preceded in death \nby wife, Constance J. "Connie" (Hindman) Campbell \nwhom he married on June 14, 1958 and who passed away \non July 27, 2016, and one brother, Steve Campbell.\n\nFriends will be received Friday, March 6, 2020, from \n2 to 4 and 6 to 8 pm at Thompson - Miller Funeral \nHome, Inc., 124 East North Street Butler, PA.\n\nFuneral services will be held on Saturday, March 7, \n2020, at 11:00 am at the Thompson-Miller Funeral \nHome Inc., 124 East North St. Butler, PA, with \nPastor Rob Gillgrist of Oak Hills Christian Church \nofficiating.\n\nEntombment will take place in the Chapel of Devotion \nMausoleum, at Butler County Memorial Park.\n\nIn lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made \nto Marion Medical Mission that installs fresh water \nwells in Africa, www.mmmwater.org.