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Nutter's statement on Campbell's death

This just came in from the press office: STATEMENT FROM MAYOR MICHAEL A. NUTTER ON THE DEATH OF CAROL ANN CAMPBELL Philadelphia, November 19 – Mayor Michael A. Nutter has issued the following statement: I was saddened to learn of the death of Ms. Carol Ann Campbell. Carol spent a lifetime serving her neighborhood, her community, and her city. She was a stalwart of the Democratic Party and was a major figure in the world of Philadelphia politics. When I first entered public service, Carol was a source of encouragement, information and insight. It is the help and support that she provided to me that I remember and reflect upon at this time. This is a very sad day for Philadelphia.

Nutter's statement on Campbell's death

This just came in from the press office:

STATEMENT FROM MAYOR MICHAEL A. NUTTER ON THE DEATH OF CAROL ANN CAMPBELL


Philadelphia, November 19 – Mayor Michael A. Nutter has issued the following statement:

I was saddened to learn of the death of Ms. Carol Ann Campbell. Carol spent a lifetime serving her neighborhood, her community, and her city. She was a stalwart of the Democratic Party and was a major figure in the world of Philadelphia politics. When I first entered public service, Carol was a source of encouragement, information and insight. It is the help and support that she provided to me that I remember and reflect upon at this time. This is a very sad day for Philadelphia.


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