Janet Evans Campbell, born in Milton, MA in 1924, died of heart failure on March 19 at the Carol Woods Retirement Community, Chapel Hill. She received a BS in nursing from Simmons College, an MA in nursing education from the U. of Chicago, a PhD in epidemiology from the U. of NC at Chapel Hill, and did post-doctoral studies at the Mental Research Institute in Palo Alto, CA. She began her career as a nursing consultant with the Ml Dept. of Health, moving later to the NC State Board of Health. She was on the faculties of Duke, NC Central, and East Carolina Universities Schools of Nursing and a member of Pi Lambda Theta and Sigma Theta Tau honorary societies. She was also a consultant with the NC Dept. of Mental Health in Raleigh and Greenville and was the first nurse in private practice of psychotherapy in NC. After moving to Chapel Hill in 1985,she was an active volunteer in the Chapel Hill community and at Carol Woods. She served as President of the NC League for Nursing, Secretary of the NC Council of Women's Organizations, and as a board member of the Pines of Carolina Girl Scout Council, Wake County Hospice, Interfaith Council of Chapel Hill, Habitat for Humanity for Orange County, and the Orange-Person-Chatham Mental Health Foundation. She also served on the Carol Woods Board of Directors for six years. She was predeceased in 2012 by Beth Jukes with whom she shared her life and travels. She is survived by her sister, Ann Elizabeth Campbell of Wilmington, DE and by many nieces and nephews and their families and by loyal friends. A memorial service will be held at Carol Woods on April 11 at 2 pm. Contributions can be made to the Triangle Land Conservancy, Director of Development,5118 South Duke Street, Durham, NC 27701 or to the Carol Woods Retirement Community, Carol Woods Charitable Fund,750 Weaver Dairy Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27514.