Campbell, Allison

Campbell, Allison

December 14th, 2016

It is with heavy hearts and loving memories that we announce that Allison was taken from us on Wednesday, December 14th, 2016 in her 45th year.   Loving mother of Spencer and Zachary Nicholls (Michael). Dearly loved daughter of Walker and Julie Campbell. Beloved sister of Gillian Palcik (James) and their children, Julianna and Cameron. Cherished niece of Gloria Seberras; admired cousin of Julie Seberras; special granddaughter of Muriel Lefrancois; loving friend and companion to Joe Sadlowski; and endearingly remembered by her many aunts, uncles and cousins.   Allison is survived by her tremendous circle of friends and her legacy of helping others in both her personal and professional life. She was an exceptionally bright spirit who enjoyed running, cooking, volunteering, planning and organizing events for her many friends and family, and was happiest just being 'Mom' to her two boys. She will be missed by all who knew her and the sparkle that she brought with her everywhere she went. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated at ST. GEORGE PARISH, 1164 Commissioners Road West, London, on Monday, December 19th, 2016 at 11:00 a.m. A celebration of her life will occur at a future date. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Allison are asked to consider a charity of their choice. 

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Karrie and Brian Richard You will be forever in our hearts. Your light was/is the brightest light we have ever had the pleasure of witnessing. Your smile forever contagious. Your laughter forever heard. Your memory forever close and never forgotten. Karrie Knowles and Brian Richard.
Laura BAllison, you were the light that shone in a dim room. Your smile touched us all. You were an inspiration to so many people. Your love of life, fun, and support for others was amazing. We will miss you very much.
Jeanne PooleAllison was one of a kind! She was never in a bad mood, always greeted me with enthusiasm and warmth. She brought a gray, bland atmosphere at the office to light, with her brightness and joviality. She will never be forgotten. This is so unfair. My heart breaks for her boys and the rest of her family and friends. May her death not be in vain.
Deb Boyce and Bob CorteseAllison always had a beautiful smile and a sparkle in her eyes. We are so saddened by this tragedy. Our thoughts and prayers go out to her two boys and the rest of her family. May the love of those around you carry you through the difficult days ahead. Deb and Bob
Marion TaylorWe are saddened to hear about Allison's death. We will remember her many visits to our home in New Brunswick. Her bubbly personality was always appreciated. Hugs and prayers to Walker, Julie and family. Marion and David Taylor
Filomena & Romano Cervoni and familyAllison you were the light for so many people and we all loved you. Rest in peace my dear.
KimCaulfieldAllison your laugh and smile could fill a room and I will never forget how kind you were to me. You will be missed by the big circle of friends that cherished you. My prayers go out to Spencer, Zachary and your family.
Marta and InmaAllison, I only lived with you for a few weeks but that was enough to realise that you would be such an important part of me for the rest of my life. You were my angel, you and I already know why, and now you will continue being that more than ever. I will always remember your smile and all the love you gave me. Forever in my heart. PS: Julie and Walker, I am Marta, the Spanish girl that stayed with Allison and you the past July. My mother and I send you all our love and support in this painful situation. My heart is completely broken.
Anne, Rob and Emily CharronAllison your smile was contagious and beautiful, we all loved you. Our thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
Marlene HannaI knew Allison for a few short weeks but felt like I've known her for ever. In that short time, we connected right from the start. She loved to run, shop and wear beautiful clothing. In that time I learned about her deep commitment to her family. I saw beautiful photos of her boys and Marta, she spoke of you. She shared about her parents who supported her in raising her boys. To her dad who was so involved with the boys and their hockey. I met some of Allison's friends from work. We shared stories, laughed. Allison touched my heart. I will never forget her and I think God had us cross paths even for a short time for a reason. My condolences to Allison's family. I know how deeply she loved all of you. May God bless Allison's soul and comfort you in the memories you will always hold.
Julio Correas My condolences and all the ICE students from Spain to Allison´s family. We are very saddened for Allison´s death. We will always remember her enthusiasm and appreciated personality. Our thoughts and prayers go out to family and friends in this painful situation.
Brian & Helen BardWalker, Julie & family: Our deepest sympathies at this very difficult time, know that you are in our thoughts & prayers - God Bless -
Carole and Ken BrownOur deepest sympathy our thought and prayers are with you.
Terry SharpeI knew Allison over the past few years through her friendship with my daughter and her family. Whenever we visited London we would see her mostly at the hockey rink. She would always make a point of coming over to us for a chat. Her personality just lit up a room. There is a poem called Death is nothing that to me reflects how she would want her friends and family to think of her. Death Is Nothing That we still are. Call me by my old familiar name Speak to me in the easy way which you always used Wear no forced air of solemnity or sorrow. Laugh as we always laughed at the little jokes We enjoyed together. Play, smile, think of me, pray for me, Let my name be ever the household word that It always was. Let it be spoken without effort, Without the trace of a shadow on it. Life means all that it ever meant It is the same as it ever was There is absolutely unbroken continuity. Why should I be out of mind because I am Out of sight? I am but waiting for you For an interval Somewhere very near Just around the corner. All is well. Canon Henry Scott Holland (1847-1918) Allison was so loved and admired by her friends she will be missed. Our condolences to her children and her family at the loss of your precious loved one.Terry and Kevin Sharpe
Sandy & Brent Van AlstyneDear Julie and Walker, our deepest sympathy and condolences upon hearing the news. We can't imagine what you are experiencing with the loss of a child at any age. Hopefully knowing others care and share in your loss brings you some comfort in the days and years ahead. ( former neighbors at 711 Galloway).
Ed and Connie VallasWords cannot express how sorry we are for you. Walker, Julie Gillian. Let God give you strength and peace and love. Let your wonderful memories help you heal.
David and Lori BolanderOur hearts are filled with sadness upon hearing the news about Allison's passing. Our most sincere condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to all of you. May Allison rest in peace.
Keith BrooksI only knew Allison as a person with a beautiful spirit and bright personality, one that could bring life to almost any situation. Our shared experiences were related to the workplace and though I have left work behind, I had not left behind those memories of the people with whom I worked. Allison will be missed by so many of us. She remains in my prayers.
Lorraine & Don RichardsonOur heartfelt sympathy go out to you, family and friends during this difficult time. God Bless..... Lorraine & Don
Ric LeDucI knew Allison through work. To all her met her she was a smiling, caring and fun-loving person who always made one's day brighter. She will be missed by all, especially those closest to her and she will always be in our thoughts and prayers.
Mike & Corri SteeleThe world was a better place with you in it. We are very sad at your passing and our condolences to your children and family. We knew Allison through work and hockey and other social functions. Such an infectious smile and laugh and always a hug from a good friend. Rest in peace my friend...
Christine (Rennie) AndersonShocked and saddened to hear of Allson. My heart goes out to you Julie and Walker and the entire family.
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