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MARY CAMPBELL 1931 - 2012 Mary Eliza Campbell of Alonsa, MB passed away peacefully on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 at the Ste. Rose General Hospital at the age of 80 years. Mary was always full of stories, whether they were true or not was up to you to decide. She loved to dress up silly and entertain family and friends, loving to laugh despite her health. Every time you laugh, think of Mary. Mary is survived by her children Roberta Phillips, Gordon Ross, Clayton (Debbie) Ross and Herb (Leanne) Sigurdson; grandchildren Jonathon, Amanda, Vaughn, Evan, Taylor, Estelle Phillips and nine step-grandchildren; stepchildren Lorena Moar, Donnie Campbell, Keith Campbell and Michael Campbell; siblings Jack (Maxine) Ross, Aileen Ross, Lillian Ross, Lloyd (Barb) Peppler, John (Anne) Shuttleworth, Jim (Florence) Ross, Ron (Irene) Ross and Wayne (Dale) Ross; aunt Gertrude Moar as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Mary was predeceased by her husband Claude Campbell; parents John and Elsie Ross; son-in-law Vernon Phillips; brothers Leonard, Larry Ross and Bertie Ross. Evening Visitation will be held on Friday, March 2, 2012 at 6:00 p.m. at Dobchuk Funeral Home McCreary, Manitoba. Funeral Service will be held on Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. at St. Bedes Anglican Church in Kinosota, Manitoba. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Mary's memory to St. Bedes Anglican Church, General Delivery, Kinosota, Manitoba R0H 0A0. Dobchuk Funeral Home McCreary, Manitoba Telephone (204) 835-2004 The heritage of Neill, Dobchuk and Anderson providing over a century of service.
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Mar 02, 2012
Condolences & Memories (1 entries)
I posted on your memorial earlier this week and it got deleted. I will always remember those times when I was younger when we'd come visit you in Kinosota. I will also always remember those times when Jonathan and I would visit you when you moved to the big city. It was always great, because no matter what mood we were in, we'd listen to one of your stories and you'd always make us crack a smile and your laughter was the greatest medicine. As we grew older, I wish I wasn't so selfish. I wish I would have done more to ensure you knew just how much we loved you. Grandma I had read a quote and I thought of you "Looking back, I have this to regret, that too often when I loved, I did not say so". Grandma, I love you. Always have, always will. XoXo - Posted by: Amanda (Granddaughter) on: Mar 02, 2012
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