OBITUARY

Ronald H Campbell

April 12, 1933December 31, 2020

Peacefully in hospital, on December 31, 2020, Ronald H Campbell passed away at the age of 87.

Predeceased in 2005 by his loving wife, Betty (nee Merkley).

Supportive father to Brent (Mandy) and Tara (Graeme).

Loving grandfather to Alyssa, Maya, Josiah and Liam.

He will be dearly missed by his longtime companion, Vina Stanley.

He was a long-term, dedicated employee to CBC Radio Canada.

The family would like to thank all the staff of Longfields Manor for all the years of caring support. They would also like to thank all the nursing staff on C4 at the Queensway Carleton for being so kind and caring in his final days.

Due to the pandemic a funeral service will be held at a later date.

The family would appreciate any donations to the Alzheimer's/ dementia charity of your choice.

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Sandy O’Neil-bourgon

January 16, 2021

I remember so many celebrations and barbeque s at gramma & grampa campbells. Complete with uncle Ronnie and aunty Betty playing euchre and drinking grammas home made wine!
One such visit I remember when we were teenagers we had walked over to aunty Diane’s and I had remarked on the beautiful tiger lilies that grew alongside the road. Uncle Ronnie went into the reeds and picked me an armful to take home with us! I was so tickled!
I had not seen him in more recent times but he will live on in my sweet memories of my youth before we were all forced to grow up.

Lee Anne Bilodeau

January 8, 2021

Our deepest condolences go to Brent, Mandy, Alyssa and Maya on the passing of your Dad/ father-in-law/ Poppa. You all will have the greatest memories of sharing time with him, especially at the lake. (And I remember seeing him smiling occasionally when I bumped into him at the casino).

Sincerely,
Bob and Lee Anne Bilodeau

Frances Brind’Amour

January 7, 2021

Brent, Tara and families! My condolences. I have great memories of your mom and dad. We used to play cards together and drove together to church. He always made me laugh. His saying was “ By Gad”. R.I.P.

Hugs to all. Frances

Sue Spirak

January 5, 2021

On behalf of my brother Greg Schoenherr and my sister Wendy Normand-Geoffroy and family, I would like to extend my sincere condolences to Tara and Brent and families. Uncle Ronnie had such a great sense of humour and loved to laugh and tell stories. He was very close to my mom Dianne Schoenherr and would always drop by to visit her and tell his stories. Take comfort that he is at peace now and reunited with his wife Betty and his brothers and sisters. Our prayers are with you. Love from Sue Spirak and family

Neil and Jenny-Nicole Stanley

January 4, 2021

We have fond memories of driving Ron home about his experiences at CBC and at Constant lake . Our condolences

Cheryl Stanley

January 4, 2021

I spent many afternoons at the cottage listening to all the wonderful stories Ron and my mother Vina had to tell. I truly miss those afternoons. My condolences to you and your family.

Dave Stanley

January 4, 2021

Condolences to Ron’s family; he and my mother Vina shared many smiles during their years together. We hope your memories of Ron bring you comfort during this difficult time.

Patti Stanley

January 4, 2021

I am so grateful for the many happy years Ron and Vina spent happily together. The cottage was their happy place. My deepest condolences to you and your family.

Connie Bickerton

January 4, 2021

Condolence's to all the Campbell family at this time. Ron was a great friend of my father Ken Bickerton and all of us knew him very well. My sympathy and thoughts go out to you Tara and Brent and each of your families. Condolence's from the Prophet family also.

Ruth Campbell-Colley

January 3, 2021

My deepest condolences for the passing of Ron.
Thoughts and prayers for all your family in this time of sadness. Uncle Ron is much loved and he will be missed by many.


Hugs,
Ruth Campbell-Colley

FROM THE FAMILY