The Produce News mourns Nancy Campoli
Nancy Campoli, Carolinas and Midwest sales manager for The Produce News, died suddenly Saturday, Dec. 3. She was 61.
Nancy was born in Westwood, NJ, on Aug. 26, 1961. She graduated from Ramapo College of New Jersey with a bachelor’s degree in marketing, which served her and advertisers well throughout her career.
Upon joining The Produce News her ambition and commitment to hard work were immediately evident. Though small in stature, Nancy had a large personality, and her dedication to doing the best job possible endeared her to colleagues and clients alike for the past six years.
“Nancy had a fighting spirit and a terrific sense of humor,” said Jack Bricker, president of The Produce News. “We all had great admiration for her.”
“We are shocked and profoundly saddened by the sudden passing of our beloved team member Nancy Campoli,” said John Groh, publisher of The Produce News. “Nancy made a lasting impression with her feisty demeanor and dedication to providing her clients with the best service possible.”
Nancy was an accomplished media sales professional, skillful at prospecting and new business development, always focused on customers’ needs.
Prior to joining The Produce News she held sales and marketing positions at harvey & DOT, Sola Group LLC and Inner Realm magazine.
Nancy loved to travel, including many visits to Long Beach Island and Aruba. She also enjoyed her time clowning under the pseudonym Pixie, entertaining at children’s parties.
Nancy is survived by her sisters, Karen Koller, Valerie Campoli and Susan Bartole; nephews, David and Jeff; and nieces, Lisa and Jody. She was preceded in death by her parents, Lilian and Angelo Campoli.