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Liberty Twp. woman died ‘serving others’ at Butler-Warren crash scene

The Butler County woman who died after trying to come to the aid of crash victims last week on Butler-Warren Road leaves behind daughters and a grandchild, according to her obituary.

Tina R. Campbell, 53, died Monday at West Chester Hospital where she was taken from the scene of a crash “on Friday, May 11, 2018 as she was doing what she does best, serving others,” the obituary published by Mueller Funeral Home in Mason said.

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“Love for her two daughters that she selflessly provided years of advice and encouragement to. Love bigger than the universe when her granddaughter was born, she was made to be a Grammy,” the obituary added.

Campbell and one other person were attempting to assist motorists involved in a crash when she herself was struck.

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On Wednesday, Sgt. Thomas Naumovski of Warren County Sheriff’s Office said the case remained under investigation and indicated none of the other victims had life-threatening injuries from the crash. He said results of the investigation would be presented to Warren County Prosecutor’s Office.

According to the obituary, Campbell was married for 31 years to her husband, Tim Campbell. She is also survived by daughters Tiffany Brewer and Tyra Benzinger and granddaughter Alison Renee Brewer.

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Other survivors listed include parents Roger and Kathryn Koger.

A funeral service will be held at the Savannah Center, 5533 Chappell Crossing Blvd. in West Chester on Sunday, May 20, at 12 p.m.

A reception is to follow.

“Please bring a favorite memory, including a picture, that you have of Tina to share with her family and friends. The family will be compiling these memories into a book for safe keeping,” according to the obituary.

The family requests donations made to the American Heart Association or the Poodle Club of America Foundation.

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