Campbell, Marion Theresa

Campbell, Marion Theresa

October 27th, 2020

Surrounded by her family, Marion Theresa Campbell (Cameron, Kennedy), of London, Ontario passed away peacefully on Tuesday, October 27, 2020 at the age of 88. Marion was born to Archie and Mary Cameron on June 26, 1932 in Midland, Ontario. Her sense of adventure took her to Alberta, where she married and raised seven children. Eventually returning to Ontario, the Kennedy family settled in London where Marion continued to thrive as a wife, mother and career woman. She is predeceased by both parents, her stepmother Marg, her sister Imogene, her brother John, her son Martin and her daughter Melody. Marion will be forever loved and treasured by Jim Campbell, her husband of 25 years. Her surviving children: Michael Kennedy (Evelyn), Maureen Kennedy-Killeen (Phil), Mary Barrick (Ken), Michele Kennedy and Margot Kennedy will always cherish their beautiful Mom. Marion is lovingly remembered by her baby brother Rod Cameron (Colleen), of Strathmore, Alberta and her cousin Lyle (Dorothy), of St. Thomas, Ontario. She adored her grandchildren and great-grandchildren who were the light of her life: Greg, Patrick, Sarah, Peter (Shannon), Michael, Erica, Laura, Christine; Avery, Branwyn, Ryan, Lauren and newborn Adelyn. Fondly remembered by her sister-in-law Judy and her husband Jim’s children, Jay (Donna), Lisa, and step-grandchildren Sydney and Max. Also fondly remembered by several nieces and nephews on the Cameron side. Marion was very proud of and deeply loved all of her family. She lived a full and healthy life, loved the sunshine and spent several winters in Florida. Marion loved to golf, play bridge, shop, read, drink wine, and eat good food, but her most favourite pastime was being with family and friends. Long-time special friends Barbara, Cheryl, Lou, Lee Anne & Jerry, Ellen & Murray, and Jan & Herbie brought great joy to her life. We are eternally grateful to the compassionate nurses, frontline staff and medical team on the 7th floor stroke unit at University Hospital. Their gentle and respectful care ensured that Marion’s dignity was preserved and her passing was peaceful. They are an amazing team. A memorial service will be conducted at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Wednesday, November 4, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. The family welcomes friends to view the service via livestream. Registration is required to attend the service.

 

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The family welcomes friends to view the service via livestream.

 

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Please note: as per the directive of the Bereavement Authority of Ontario, attendance numbers will be restricted. Please be aware that COVID-19 protocols are in place which may preclude some from being able to attend and masks are mandatory. Interment at St. Peter’s Cemetery. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Marion are asked to consider the Children’s Health Foundation.

 

This sorrow and heartache reaches the depths of our souls. With the gifts of time and the beautiful memories she left us, our broken hearts will heal.

 

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Lee Anne Our deepest sympathies to Marion's family. We will miss our lovely friend who was so beautiful both inside and out. Marion's ready smile and easy laugh were so delightful. She was such fun to spend time with and was always a great support when ever that was needed. She had so many wonderful stories that I can still hear her telling in my mind that make me smile. Safe journey my Friend. Love Lee Anne & Gery
Janet (Jan) and Herbie DentonThere are no words that can convey the sadness that we feel at this time. We will miss our dear dear friend Marion and her and Jim's visit here in our little town. We share good times working at University Hospital, times at each others homes and many good times together. Marion was a wonderful, happy, beautiful, intelligent and caring special lady. Hard times never got her down. She rose above them and succeeded. She was my hero. Love you my special friend.
Harry and Emmy MandersTo say that were sad is such an understatement, but we will always cherish the friendship we had with this wonderful lady! She was always cheerful and ready for anything. We shared so many memories with her and Jim, whether it was on the golf course, the bridge table or day trips in Florida, we always had a good time! We'll forever miss your sweet smile and loving disposition.
RODERICK &COLLEEN CameronCondolences to our nieces ,nephew &Jim. Our hearts are broken. Marion was the best sister anyone could have. we will cherish all of the memories that she created. Colleen and I are very glad that she got to visit us last fall. Rest in peace sweet lady. Your baby Brother Rod & Colleen.
ELLEN &MURRAY MASONOur sincere sympathy to Marion's Family. We will miss our kind, loving beautiful friend. We spent so many fun times together at each others homes or out touring the countryside. We will miss you dear friend, rest in peace.
CelesteMy heartfelt sympathy goes out each and every one of you. I am deeply sorry for your loss. I wish you all much love as you celebrate your Mom's life💞 Take good care of yourselves and eachother 🙏
Cheryl HillMy sincere sympathy to Marion's family at this difficult time. Marion has been very supportive and a wonderful friend to me throughout the years and I will miss her. I have such great memories of my time with Marion. Love you dear friend, Cheryl.
Cathy DaleI am sending my condolences to Michele and Maureen's family. I was saddened to hear of your mother's passing. May she rest with the angels and meet friends, and family who have passed before her to enjoy heavenly peace.
Elaine O'NEILI'm so sorry for your loss. May fond memories carry you through this difficult time and bring you peace as you celebrate your mom's life. Love to all the family.
PatriciaSending prayers and love at this difficult time, may God hold you close.❤️
Ronald and Pat PangmanOur deepest condolences to Jim and the family. She will be missed.
Yvonne DenommeI am so deeply sorry for the loss of your beautiful Mother. I have so many fond memories of time spent at your home. Your Mom was always a positive energy, kind, loved to laugh and always there to support. Sending love and healing thoughts during this difficult time. Yvonne
Kimberly LajoieMy heartfelt condolences, to you Michele, and to your family. Those who love our Lord never see each other for the last time. May the love and memories of your Mother bring you joy and healing. Blessings, Kimberly
Mike PodebryMy thoughts and prayers go out to Jim and all family at this difficult time.
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