Douglas Campbell, Jr., was the eldest son of Douglas Campbell and Marion Douglas Campbell, brother of Jean Campbell
Farwell and grandson of Henry M. Campbell. Doug was an avid duck hunter and served as
president of the Horned Grebe Pleasure Society. He was a member of the Country Club of Detroit and life-long member
of Christ Church of Grosse Pointe, carrying on the family tradition of service to the Episcopal church. (Judge HM Campbell,
James V. Campbells father, was a vestryman of St Paul's Episcopal cathedral in Detroit and JV donated windows to Christ Church
in Detroit.) He was also an Eagle Scout, and Boy Scout leader for many years of the scouting program at the church.
The family donated a stained glass window designed and executed by the Willet Studios of Philadelphia to
Christ Church of Grosse Pointe.
Symbols of all of Uncle Doug's interests and loyalties are reflected in the windows which are found
at the foot of the stairs to the Cloister of the church.