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“Cathy, not a day goes by I dint think of you, you're beautiful smile & tender hear. Your children & grandchildren are amazing. I just remember as...Read More »
1 of 4 | Posted by: Paula Koonce - Crosby, TX

“Ronda, we are so very sorry to hear of your loss. We would never have heard of your loss if it was not for the fact you and your Mother look very...Read More »
2 of 4 | Posted by: Emanuel and Wilma Keyes - TX

“Cathy I will miss the bond we shared watching our kids and grandkids grow up over the past sixteen years. I embrace the commradery of being a mom...Read More »
3 of 4 | Posted by: Jeananne Shipp Reed - Pasaddena, TX

“Wendy , Monica , Rhonda , Russell and family . When you lose your Mother it feels like you've lost part of yourself , truly one of my toughest...Read More »
4 of 4 | Posted by: Randy Burleson - Wallisville, TX

Cathy Campbell-Layton, age 65, of Baytown, passed away on Friday, October 10, 2014. She was born on September 25, 1949, in Belton, Texas, to Clarence Murrah and Dorothy Rae Bell Campbell. Cathy spent many years as a legal secretary and worked with numerous notable attorneys in the Houston area. Her family will remember her as a loving mother and grandmother, and a faithful Christian.

Cathy is survived by her daughters, Wendi McDonald and husband, Shawn, of Florence, Italy, Monica Clayton and husband, Michael, of Huffman, and Ronda Layton and fiancé, Adrian Salazar of Baytown; son, Russell Layton and wife, Krystal, of Mont Belvieu; step-daughter, Jessica Layton Gasparo and family; grandchildren, Collin Clayton, Alexia "Alli" Reed, Matthew Clayton, Devin Reed, Cayla McDonald, Michael W. Clayton, Logan Layton, Savina Layton, Alissa McDonald, and Landon Layton; her best friend, Connie Donnelly Everitt; and numerous other relatives. She was preceded in death by her husband James P. Layton; parents, Clarence Murrah and Dorothy Rae Bell Campbell; and brothers, Murrah Joe Campbell, Michael Wayne Campbell, and John Paul Campbell.