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Maselvin Campbell

25 avril 19403 mai 2021

It is with sadness that the family of Maselvin Campbell announces his passing on May 3, 2021. He was born on April 25, 1940 to the union of Harold and Hilda Campbell. He had five brothers and three sisters. He is survived by his wife Rhoneita, daughter Jean, step-daughters, step-sons, grandkids and a great grandson. His trade was in construction and he was a painter. Maselvin enjoyed bike riding, playing dominos, watching wrestling and playing music. He would regularly play gospel music and sing along. He will be missed.

Due to Covid-19, the service will be held privately by the family and live webcast on our obituary page.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.giffenmackscarborough.com for the Campbell family.

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Maselvin Campbell

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Rhoneita Campbell

14 mai , 2021

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I laugh when I reminisce on those memories.

In our second home together, he made many friends and would often play dominoes with them all. He even taught me how to ride a bike again! For he loved riding his bike around the neighbourhood for exercise.

My Husband was my soulmate and my steadfast rock that was there for me through thick and thin. I will always cherish his smile, laughter and loving demeanor. His love will last forever. For we have a bond that transcends this physical world.

My Husband is gone, but will not be forgotten. He is only gone into the mansion that the Lord has prepared for him. I know he is looking down at us with a big smile on his face saying, " Make the best of life, and cheer up.

He is safe and at home in our Father's embrace. All the pain is over and every restless night has passed. He is at peace forever safely at home in Heaven at last!

We shall all rest in God's Kingdom. What joy it will be to see each other again.

Goodbye my Lovely Dear Husband. I LOVE YOU Sweetie and may GOD BLESS your Beautiful Soul. I Will Always Cherish all your Memories and your Love. 👏🙏🌹🌹🌹🕯🕯🕯❤️❤️❤️🥰🥰🥰

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Rhoneita Campbell

14 mai , 2021

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My love for him is deeper than the ocean, he loved me very much and we got along great! He'd always call me Rho, which I loved. Oh how I miss him dearly. He was a very special person in my life.

He always talked about God and how we must have love for one another as God loves us. He'd share his wisdom, knowledge and understanding to all those that would listen, his daughters, sons, family members and especially his grandchildren that he loved dearly. Plus, he enjoyed sharing precious memories he had of all of them.

His relatives were always welcomed to a loving warm home and we'd go to fun places together in the city including, Niagara Falls and it's Hauted house and African Lion Safari. We had a fun time together. Life was so enjoyable. When family and friends came over they were also entertained by his music. He was an inspiration.

My Husband, was a hard working and giving man. He was committed to his job. All of his colleagues and supervisors loved him. They respected him, and always called him Mr. Campbell and not by his first name. They looked up to him as a role model for his excellent advice and work ethics.

In our first home together, we had many parties. Often, I'd come home to hearing the sweet sound of love songs. He loved playing his music. I'd put down my purse and we'd dance the night away. It was very cool! Our home was near a lake and we'd walk and talk and watch the boats and the lake. One day he dressed up in a disguise to meet me after work near the bus stop, but I was hurrying to get home and passed him. He laughed about it afterwards when he got in.

Our favorite dates were to the CNE and the Scarborough Bluffs. Moreover, our time together on holidays was memorable. We went to beaches and he helped me regain my swimming abilities! I remember going to a place called Doctor's Cave in Montego Bay. It was an ocean and we dipped our foot in the water but we realized it was too deep, so we had to leave and go to another location.

Rhoneita Campbell

14 mai , 2021

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Rhoneita Campbell to My Husband Maselvin Campbell:

My Husband was such a wonderful man of integrity. Words can not express how much I miss my Dear Husband.

When you'd talk to him, you'd instantly fall in love with him. He knew how to capture your heart. He was friendly, charming, witty and had a smile that could light up any room.

Maselvin was unique. His name is unique and so is mine. He valued making people feel special. He'd sweet talk you using his favorite line, " You're #1!" or you'd call him on the telephone and he'd greet you with, " Hi, champapluca" and " Hi #1!". The fact of the matter was, his heart was so big that we all were his #1! - Everyone in their own special way. He showed us how much he cared about us.

It's been 41 years since we'd been married, and I still remember the first time we met, our first conversations and the first time we kissed and held hands. We talked and realized that we were compatible with one another and had great chemistry. We knew we would be able to build a life and future together. We were very successful in doing just that!

My love for him is deeper than the ocean, he loved me very much and we got along great! He'd always call me Rho, which I loved. Oh how I miss him dearly. He was a very special person in my life.

He always talked about God and how we must have love for one another as God loves us. He'd share his wisdom, knowledge and understanding to all those that would listen, his daughters, sons, family members and especially his grandchildren that he loved dearly. Plus, he enjoyed sharing precious memories he had of all of them.

His relatives were always welcomed to a loving warm home and we'd go to fun places together in the city including, Niagara Falls and it's Hauted house and African Lion Safari. We had a fun time together. Life was so enjoyable. When family and friends came over they were also entertained by his music. He was an inspiration. PART ONE!

Lorna - AKA (Joy) Bailey

8 mai , 2021

I remember the days when we had great times together. We shared some real special moments over the years. When Dad was ready to sit you down and have a talk with you, it was very deep. He would say whats on his mind, not matter how hard it would be to hear it. But it was the truth, he made a lot of sense.

He loved all the little grand-babies, and couldn't get enough of them. He saved my baby Nicole from smoke inhalation, by scooping he up quickly, covered her up ever so nicely and rushed down 17 floors to safety. That was an amazing task.

He played some real good Jamaican music for us to dance, eat and have a good time. He always say to me (You Alright Daughta?) Made sure he had Bailey's for me to drink and knows I love Dasheen, its ready in the soup. This is funny. I am his number one.. But so is everyone else, HaHa!

Dad you are truly missed and I know that God have you in His Heavenly Kingdom. You are at Peace and we will see you again some day. Love Always, Loving Joy!

Ann marie Edwards

8 mai , 2021

My deepest condolences go out to my dearest friend Miss Jean Campbell for the loss of her dear father Mr Maselvin Campbell . My thought and my prayers are with you at this time. I pray you’ll find comfort in knowing that your dad is highly respected and loved. He loves you dearly therefore keep comfort in all the memories you both shared . Rest In Peace Selvin 💐💐💐

Jeff Wrixon

8 mai , 2021

My deepest condolences to Rho and the family for the loss of an amazing man, my buddy Maselvin.
I met him at work at TGH thirty plus years ago ,I couldn't understand much of what he was saying in the beginning but i saw something special about him and quickly learned and understood every word he said.That stong Jamaican accent ..
We became good friends at work and outside of work.Going over to His house ,meeting his wife Rho( as i only knew as the sweet lady in in the cafeteria before that)His Daugther inlaw and others..He was most proud of his dear Rho and family,his house and his heritage...
God Bless and rest in peace.You gave us many memories and we will always smile when thinking of you

Marisa & Kyle King

8 mai , 2021

Our deepest condolences to Mrs. Campbell and family. Mr. Campbell will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Rest in peace.

Sophia McKenzie

8 mai , 2021

Condolences to Aunt Ronnie's and the family from my family and Leroy. I will always remember Selvin in the basement playing his music, dancing and cleaning his record as he get ready to change to the next song. He will be truly missed. Rest in peace in the arms of your saviour.

Brandis & Julie Savizon

8 mai , 2021

Julie and I had the pleasure of spending some memorial times with Mr Campbell, We would always find time to pass by to see Mr & Mrs Campbell, when we visited Keith and Pauline. He would always greet me by saying 'how you doing my fellow Jamaican'. He was Jamaican to the core, irrespective of the fact that he was living in Canada.

Our heartfelt condolences go out to Mrs Campbell and the extended family. We hope that you will find comfort in knowing that Mr Campbell was highly respected and loved. He brought out the best in all that were blessed to spend quality time with him.

Rest in eternal peace Mr Campbell. Your physical presence will be missed, but you will live on in our thoughts and the many memories we will share with each other.

Dorette Hall-Bailey (niece)

8 mai , 2021

I remember my uncle when I was growing up as a child and he would come to Jamaica to visit the family.We could always look forward to getting some new clothes,and whenever we meet him at a shop we know everyone would be getting a bottle of soda for theirself and a handful of candy and that usually made us felt like millionaires.He was a loving and caring uncle to us,even at times he would speak very harsh to us but immediately after he would laugh and say "What's up my niece,you know I'm joking".He always encourage us to have good manners especially to the elders as he would say "Manners take you through the world".He was always willing to help if there's a need.Some years ago I was struggling with my daughter in nursing school and he stepped in and help.Uncle I miss you so much.May your soul rest in peace 🕊.

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