OBITUARY

Annette Louise Campion

March 8, 1957December 27, 2020

Annette Louise Campion was born on March 8, 1957 and passed away on December 27, 2020 and is under the care of Kraeer-Becker Funeral Home and Cremation Center.

Visitation will be held on January 4, 2021 at 4:00 pm at Kraeer-Becker Funeral Home and Cremation Center, 217 E Hillsboro Blvd, Deerfield Beach, FL. Funeral Service will be held on January 5, 2021 at 9:30 am at St. Ambrose Catholic Church, 380 S. Federal Hwy., Deerfield Beach, FL.

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Services

  • Visitation

    Monday, January 4, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, January 5, 2021

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Rachel Galvin

January 10, 2021

I just cannot believe this news. What happened? I am so sad. I was just thinking of her as I walked on the beach over Christmas weekend. Our company celebrated our Christmas Party yearly at the Wyndham and she was always there to get me my favorite White Zin and give me a big hug and kiss on the cheek... I also saw her elsewhere working around town many times. She was such a hard worker and so outgoing, making everyone feel like family. :(

Julian Felder

January 7, 2021

Annie Campion was the most wonderful person that I know.
She was always so positive about life and so very friendly. Anyone that Annie met would be her friend few minutes later.
Annie was always so thoughtful and always tried to please everyone. She had a heart of gold.
She was a life of the party.
She loved giving hugs and kisses,
as well as high fives.
Annie was an angel on earth and now will be an angel in heaven.
She will be dearly missed by me, my wife Nina and I am sure by everyone else.

Susan Bovino

January 6, 2021

Annie was a true angel who will be missed dearly. I met Annie about 8 yrs ago and she will be forever in my heart. She was always there with a huge smile and hug, everytime we came to Deerfield.
She loved her cats, and her family. There wasn't a mean bone in her body. We had dinner with her last February, where she talked about her cat with my son who is a vet. We would bring her lottery tickets whenever we came down . She will be missed without question.

Colleen Handy

January 5, 2021

We had the privilege to share our grandchildren with Annie we spent a lot of fun family times together. My favorite times was going to her house for family Barbecues , when she would blast the stereo with all her oldies and sang along so loudly & Mike telling her to turn it down she didn’t listen of course! She was the most caring ,loving, generous person I knew never forgetting to ask how all our family members were & ask us to kiss & hug them for her. She was the crazy energetic grandmother while I was the the less energetic one I loved her dearly & will miss her dearly. Annie I can’t fill your shoes but I promise to love our grandchildren enough for both of us! Until we me again May god hold you in the palm of his hand . Love Colleen , & George

Kate (Katie) Simpson

January 5, 2021

My deepest condolences to you Anne-Marie and family and Steve
Annie and I despite the distance between London UK and Deerfield Beach FL. kept a precious friendship.
I shall hear her laughter see her smile and remember her fun forever. My visits to the Wyndham (where we became personal friends) were a joy made largely because of seeing my ‘Annie’. We shared so many things including our faith. Her deep love of Jesus kept her going through the dark times of Mike’s passing and many difficult dark moments. When times were tough for myself she kept me going.
Her deep love of her family who were her pride and joy (and her love of cats) were the backbone of her life.
The light and laughter and love will be with me forever.
Farewell my Annie until we meet again May Jesus hold you in his loving arms.
Your ‘mate kate’xxx

PATRICIA (TRISH) DAVIS

January 4, 2021


Allen (deceased) and I were long time friends of Mike and Annie. Our original office was next door to IHOP which they ran for many years. We had an antique car (Miss Vicky), and drove by Annie's a few years ago. Just wanted to share these memories with you

My condolences to the family, may you have wonderful memories. Stay safe.

Trish Davis


Dave Montalbano

January 4, 2021

This is such sad news, I have known "Annie" since 1986. I lost track of her and found her again at the Old Howard Johnsons in Deerfield. She greeted me with a hug from the old days. In the late 1990s, we both served as Ushers for the Saint Ambrose Chapel. I am so sad to read about her passing during the Christmas Holidays. Deerfield has lost a good soul, but God has recruited a good soldier to spread the words of faith, hope and Love though "Annie."

Loretta Robb

January 2, 2021

Annie,
Always a shining light, a laugh and smile rarely unsolicited as both just bubbled up inside her, whether you were a stranger or a friend. She simply always saw the best in everyone, shared the joy she couldn’t keep bottled up inside. Annie always just ‘exploded’ with happiness and wanted all those she met to feel that happiness and laughter and joy for life.

Tell your stories about her to others, embrace whatever your faith is (as she always did), to create new memories in your part of life with those you meet each day.

To carry on in our lives the way Annie lived hers, that, is the greatest tribute we can return. And, she would smile at each of us, certainly from the Heavens, happy to see how knowing her changed this world for the better as we share the ‘Annie spirit’!

Susan Crawford

December 31, 2020

Annie was such a sweet lady Always enjoyed it when she helped out at the Mens' Club functions Super Bowl St. Patricks Day dinner etc. I was in total shock at her passing she will definitely be missed she always had a kind word for everyone

Teresa Robb-Glennon

December 31, 2020

Annie was a dear friend to my mother Jean Robb and to my entire Robb family. She was the most generous thoughtful person, who rarely thought of herself over others or helping others. Her laugh was infectious and her smiling face as well. A true Angel has gone home to be with Mike and they are lucky to get her! Annie will be missed by me and my family. All our sympathies, Teresa and Patrick Glennon(Robb)

FROM THE FAMILY