This obituary of Thomas Campbell, was found in the 5 Jan 1934 issue of the Indiana Gazette, (Indiana, PA).
PITTSBURGH, Jan. 5 – Funeral services were conducted at the late residence of the deceased in North Side, Pittsburgh, this afternoon for Thomas Campbell, 42, son fo the Rev. P.B. Campbell, Pittsburgh, well-known Bell Telephone Company employee. His death occured in Allegheny General Hospital at 6 p.m. Tuesday, after an illness of complications.
Mr. Campbell was born in Dixonville, July 5, 1891. His mother, Mrs. Martha Eleanor Campbell, died when he was eighteen days old. He came from Mercer county to New Castle with his father and family, in 1906. He attended the Thaddeus Stevens school and the old high school on North street.
For the past twenty-one years he had been in the employ of the Bell Telephone Company in Pittsburgh and at the time of his death he was plant safety superintendent of the western area and during his last illness his men gave sixteen transfusions of blood to try and save his life.
He and his brothers Cassius and Hubert had charge of the Wesleyan Methodist Mission on McClure avenue, Pittsburgh, since its organization two years ago. He was an active and efficient worker in all religious and business relations. His religion was both practical and experimental.
He is survived by a wife, Mrs. Elsie Marie Campbell and a son, Walter, nine years old; a sister, Mrs. Clinton Bard; two brothers: Prof. H.L. Campbell of the Perry High school, Pittsburgh and Rev. C.H. Campbell, Pittsburgh and his father, the Rev. P.B. Campbell of this city.