On April 23, 2021, Bernice Joan Campbell Harley transitioned from this world and entered into eternal rest to be with the Lord. Bernice Joan Campbell Harley was born on May 3, 1930, to the late Alton and Stacie Ann Campbell.
Bernice attended school in Mullins, South Carolina and attended trade schools in the Baltimore, Maryland area. Bernice relocated to Baltimore, Maryland in the early 1950’s seeking better employment opportunities. In her later years, she became a Master Seamstress. She also made numerous clothing outfits for her friends and family. Bernice retired from the Seamstress occupation in 1989, after 39 years in the workforce.
Bernice became a Christian and was baptized at a very early age at the Old Field Baptist Church in Mullins, South Carolina. Upon relocating to Baltimore, Maryland, she joined several churches before settling on Morning Star Baptist Church. Bernice was a participating member for over 50 years and attended Morning Star Baptist Church regularly until health issues prevented her.
Bernice was one of five children born to Alton and Stacie Ann Campbell, all four siblings preceded her in death: Dorothy Campbell, Mazie Brown, Alton Campbell, Jr., and Shirley Campbell-Harris.
Bernice leaves to cherish her four children: Jacqueline Harley (Joseph) of Coatsville, Pennsylvania; Thomas A. Walker (Helen) of Clinton, Maryland; Michael Walker (Marie) of Orange City, Florida; Stacy Harley (Kenny) of Baltimore, Maryland; Ten grand children: Charles Harley, Bernard Parrish, Max Parrish, Nicole Parrish, Felisha Jones, Adreian Walker, LaQuedra Waker, Michael Walker, Jr., Kendal Jordan, and Kennedi Jordan; Eleven great grandchildren; Two nephews: Clyton Campbell (Audey) of Landover, Maryland; Rev. Ernest Brown (Peggy) of Lewisville, North Carolina and numerous other nieces and nephews.
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