Amos Campbell tells an audience at the Swanton (Ohio) Public Library about popcorn.
Amos Campbell demonstrates the art of taffy pulling.
Flo and Amos Campbell at taffy pulling event at Swanton Public Library in Swanton, Ohio.
Amos Campbell is surrounded by family in the Medina County Metroparks six years ago.
Amos Campbell is "King for a Day" on Father's Day two years ago.
Amos Campbell gets a hug.
Amos Campbell, mid-1970s
Amos Campbell in the mid-1940s, when he was around 20.
Little Amos "Jupie" Campbell in the hills of Western Pennsylvania around 1930.
Freda and Amos Campbell, lower right corner, enjoyed camping with family at Cook's Forest in northeast Pennsylvania in the late 1990s.
Amos and Florence Campell on their wedding day in April 2008.
Seven Campbell siblings: Front row from left, Roberta, Joan, Jane and Margaret; Standing from left, Fred, Wayne and Amos.
Amos Campbell handles counter duties at one of his Karmel Korn franchises in the 1980s.
Amos and Flo Campbell, 2010.
Amos Campbell and his brother Fred in Hawaii around six years ago.
Freda Campbell, left, and her husband, Amos, right, are shown with their son, Mike, at their 50th wedding anniversary celebration.
The Campbell siblings: Front row from left, Margaret,Jane, Joan and Roberta; Back row from left, Frank, Amos, Wayne and Fred.
Becky Campbell and her sons, Fred, center, and Amos, feast on steak at Fred's home in Fresno, Calif., in 1969.
Amos Campbell and his brother, Wayne, caught these fish in the state of Oregon in 1969.
Amos Campbell explains the history of taffy pulling.
Amos Campbell built this birthday cake out of popcorn balls for Parmatown Mall's first anniversary.
Amos Campbell scoops homemade ice cream for an ice cream cone at Mapleside Farms in Brunswick in 1984.
Amos Campbell, top left, standing behind his first wife, Freda, celebrate the Christmas holidays with family in 1989.
Amos Campbell clearing snow from the driveway of his home on Brookside Parkway in Middleburg Heights in the 1980s.
Freda and Amos Campbell, left, were close to Amos' brother-in-law and best friend, Miles Rodgers, and Jane Rodgers, Miles' wife and Amos' sister.