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JACK ALEXANDER CAMPBELL

Born: Jul 12, 1953

Date of Passing: Dec 28, 2019

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JACK ALEXANDER CAMPBELL
July 12, 1953 - December 28, 2019

It is with great sadness the family announces that Jack passed away, with loved ones by his side, on Saturday, December 28, 2019, at the age of 66.
Jack was born and raised in Lac Du Bonnet, Manitoba, where he lived for many years before moving to Winnipeg.
Jack will be greatly missed by Sheilah, his wife of 40 years, as well as his son Shaun (Rosie), his daughter Melissa, and the light of his life, his two grandchildren, Abigail and Dax.
A Celebration of Life will be held at Canad Inns Club Regent in the Ambassador Ballroom on Sunday, January 5, 2020, at 1:00 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that donations be made to 1JustCity, which is a charity that encompasses Jack's strong community values of making sure all are welcome and cared for.

Condolences may be left at seasonsfunerals.ca

As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 02, 2020

Condolences & Memories (29 entries)

  • we are so sad to hear this terrible news about Jack, he was truly a great person. We met jack at Vickars where he helped us purchase 2 of our vehicles. Every time I was in for a oil change I would always pop into jacks office and it didn’t matter if he was busy or not he always made time to talk and share some laughs. Jack always went out of his way to make sure everything was perfect, while I waited for my car or made sure I had a ride if it was going to be longer. He will be missed and I hope I won’t need a new vehicle for awhile. RIP Jack! Our deepest condolences to Jacks family! - Posted by: Laurie and Greg Cherneski (Customer at vickars ) on: Jan 30, 2020

  • Hi Jack wherever you are. I did not spent much time with you over the many years since we worked together and maintained our friendship throughout the years. Jack was one of a kind. Always a smile on his face or a helpful comment to make you feel good. My son had the pleasure of working with Jack and getting to know him. Always a kind word spoken. I am still in shock about the sudden passing of Jack and my deepest feelings go out to his wife Sheila who I also know for 40 + years and his kids. Rest in Peace Jack and my thoughts of you will always be with me. Your long time Friend. Loren Fox - Posted by: Loren Fox (Friend) on: Jan 11, 2020

  • We were so saddened to hear of Jack’s passing. Remembering the years that our children played community sports in Transcona, the social network of parents always played an important part. Our condolences Sheila, to you and the rest of the Campbell family. - Posted by: Bill and Wendy Teerhuis (Friend) on: Jan 10, 2020

  • A class act and true gentleman. Condolences to his family. - Posted by: Janice Clarke (customer) on: Jan 09, 2020

  • I was very shocked to hear of Jack’s passing, worked for many years and have many memories from Park Pontiac days, don’t remember a day he wasn’t at work once he joined us. Sorry I missed the service, my heart goes out to his family and many friends. - Posted by: Jessica Selch (Co worker) on: Jan 07, 2020

  • Jack, you weren't just our family salesman but you became like family. From the time I walked into the dealership at 17 years old, you took me under your wing and provided me the greatest knowledge. Though we butted heads at time, you were like a grandpa and always gave me the advice I needed to hear whether I wanted to hear it or not. My family has always used you to buy our vehicles and of course I am in need of a new one now and I am totally lost. I will keep your knowledge and expertise with me always. You will never be forgotten Jack. - Posted by: Ashley (Customer) on: Jan 07, 2020

  • Jack you will be missed. My condolences to family and friends. Rest In Peace Jack. - Posted by: Tim Kelly (Friend) on: Jan 06, 2020

  • We are beyond shocked and saddened to hear of Jack’s passing. We first met him as customers at Park Pontiac back in 2001. He helped me get into my first new car and we’ve been dealing with him every since, purchasing multiple vehicles from him over the years, he helped our daughter and son in law out a couple of times as well. He wasn’t just our salesman, he became a friend. If we were at Vickar’s for an oil change or maintenance he’d always take time for a visit, especially to share grandchildren stories. Our deepest condolences to his family, Jack will be sorely missed. - Posted by: Cathy and Tim Kelly (Acquaintances ) on: Jan 06, 2020

  • I met Jack through my husband, Bob. Bob worked at Husky. They hit it off right away (two of a kind). When my husband passed away, Jack told me not to worry about my car at all. If I had any problems or issues, just let him know. And I did. He took very good care of me through by looking after my car. I, in turn, showed him my appreciated by giving him and his family goodie trays and or pies at Christmas time. I just saw him on ? December 24th to give him a couple of pies. Jack was one of the GOOD ones. Jack I will miss you and your kindness/helpfulness. My condolences to his family. To Jack's family, please do not hesitate to call me any time you would like another pie or two-in memory of Jack. - Posted by: Ellie MacKeen (Friend) on: Jan 05, 2020

  • Sheilah, Shaun & Melissa, I am so sorry for your loss. I have known Jack for over 40 years. My dad Harold ( Otto ) Madick worked with him in the 70s. I met Jack through my father and I too, bought my first car from Jack, after graduating from University. A few years ago my son Josh Fox began to sell cars and lo and behold, shared an office with Jack. Josh will share with you what a positive influence JC had on him; Jack taught him many valuable lessons including how to treat people with respect and integrity, to mention a few. Rest In Peace dear Jack! Three generations of my family have known and loved you. - Posted by: Michele Madick (friend) on: Jan 05, 2020

  • It was nice talking to you at the Pop and Shop the other day Jack. Life is so weird. You were just here and now you're not. It's too bad I didn't buy my truck from you.You said you would have gotten me a better deal. I'll see you on the other side Jack .... - Posted by: Daryl Lozenski (friend) on: Jan 04, 2020

  • Jack was one of the good ones. He was a good neighbour to my in-laws, he was a good (and honest) salesman and just a good guy to know. It was always a pleasure to talk to him. He made your feel like family. Whenever any one in our family needed a car- our first and only call was to Jack. Rest in peace. David & Cheryl Lisoway - Posted by: Cheryl Lisoway (Friend) on: Jan 03, 2020

  • Oh dear Jack..you were the most fun loving, happy, family orientated person I knew and from Lac du Bonner to boot where some of the most amazing never forgotten people have gone before you. We had so many laughs and giggles while growing up of which I will never forget. Rest in Peace my buddy and see you whenever. - Posted by: Donna Wagner (Friend) on: Jan 03, 2020

  • Jack you were one of the good ones! Your effervescent personality and straight shooting dealings were massive assets in our business. Rest easy, we'll take it from here. - Posted by: Timm Slaney (Friend in business) on: Jan 03, 2020

  • Jack was a good man to work with! Good for a lot of reasons,his great attitude,smile, HE liked people ,naturally,would always help if he could. But his sense of HUMOUR WAS CONSISTENTLY...JACK CAMPBELL!! - Posted by: Ron Dveris (Worked together at Park Pontiac for many years!) on: Jan 03, 2020

  • Jack was a wonderful neighbor and friend. I used to babysit Shaun & Melissa. We are deeply saddened by this news. Our condolences to Sheilah & Family. So sorry for your loss. - Posted by: Pam & Curt Desrochers (Friends) on: Jan 02, 2020

  • Sheilah, Shaun, Melissa & Family, Dick, Bill, Laurie and families, Please accept our most sincere condolences. We always considered Jack a very dear friend. Although we didn't see Jack often, we sincerely enjoyed each and every moment we spent together. He will be missed. Ron & Jan - Posted by: Ron & Jan Hoffman (LdB Friends) on: Jan 02, 2020

  • Sincere condolences to Jack's family. Met Jack in the car business years ago. He was one of the pillars of the industry. Always enjoyed our talks and his great sense of humour. Jack will be greatly missed. Greg Aboud - Posted by: Greg Aboud (Friend) on: Jan 02, 2020

  • What a wonderful man! He helped me find a car when times were tough. He is the kind the kind of guy that would help anyone out. A real genuine person that will be truly missed. My thoughts are with you. Kim Lilley-berry - Posted by: Kim Lilley-berry (Friend) on: Jan 02, 2020

  • My condolences to the family. Jack was a great friend always had time to talk. Im also from Lac du Bonnet. Going to miss you all the talks we had at Vickies. - Posted by: bill bryk (great friend) on: Jan 02, 2020

  • I knew Jack for many years going back to the Balken days. Had some really great times. Although I haven' spoken to him in many years I have thought of him often. My heart goes out to his wife and family. Speedy trip my friend, will see you whenever. - Posted by: Bob Sands (friend) on: Jan 02, 2020

  • Sincere condolences to the family. Met Jack 30 yrs ago at Oxford Heights C/C & purchased several vehicles through Jack. Will miss his infectious personality. - Posted by: Alex Anderson (Aquaintance) on: Jan 02, 2020

  • Shocked and sad is I'm sure, a common reaction right now. My most sincere condolences to the family. I'm so sorry to hear of the news. Jack was always my favorite at Park Pontiac. His wisdom and always willing to help anyone out will never be forgotten. His quick wit was very entertaining. RIP Jack you will truly be missed by so many!! - Posted by: Cheryl Laporte (past Co-worker) on: Jan 02, 2020

  • My thoughts our with his family at this very sad time. Jack and I were co-workers as well as friends for years. Always sporting a smile and stories to tell. He will be greatly missed - RIP Jack - see you in the next life! - Posted by: Janice Saywell (Friend) on: Jan 02, 2020

  • Shock and disbelief! Worked with Jack at the City of Winnipeg while going to University. Jack was one great guy and yes I too remember the Christmas Tree on Cauchon. My sincere condolences to his wife, two children and grandchildren! Robert James Mackidd - Posted by: Robert James Mackidd (Childhood Friend) on: Jan 02, 2020

  • My deepest condolences to all the Campbell family. I also grew up in Lac Du Bonnet, although I was 10 years Jack's senior, I remember him as a great person had a few dealings with him later on in life when he was with Vickars on Regent. He will surely be missed by all. May he R.I.P. Brian... - Posted by: Brian Dzinkowski ( Friend) on: Jan 02, 2020

  • My condolences on your loss. Jack was truly one of a kind. Always with a smile and a wink, Jack cared for people he was in contact with. A twinkle appeared in his eyes and his face lit up when he spoke of his Grandchildren, that's what I will always remember. - Posted by: Steve Lipischak (Friend) on: Jan 02, 2020

  • Fun and funny. Jack was always a good guy to be with at Red River College back in the 70's. His Christmas tree was still up in June at his apartment on Cauchon. My condolences to his family. - Posted by: Jim Walker (classmate) on: Jan 02, 2020

  • My sincere condolences to all the family. Jack was a great person and a good client in my shop . He was one who believe in me when I opened in 2012. R I P Jack. - Posted by: Chantal Husson (his barber) on: Jan 02, 2020

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