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ROSEMARIE CAMPBELL

Born: Nov 11, 1941

Date of Passing: Apr 09, 2020

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ROSEMARIE CAMPBELL
November 11, 1941 – April 9, 2020

It is with great sadness, the family announces her peaceful passing at Actionmarguerite - St. Vital (Foyer Valade) at the age of 78 years.
Rosemarie was small in stature, big at heart. She brightened the lives of others and thrived on the exchange of interesting conversation with many. Kind, generous, thoughtful, caring, she always put others first. She was a ray of sunshine, especially on a cloudy day.
Rosemarie was born in Winnipeg and grew up in St. Boniface. She made a big impact in the French community as a teacher where she taught for many, many years and as a volunteer at St. Boniface Hospital. In her final teaching years, Rosemarie was a school librarian, which was a good fit for someone with such a passion for reading.
Rosemarie had a flair for decorating and their home was always lovely and welcoming. She also had a talent in the kitchen and loved to entertain family and friends. Her lamb shanks, tourtieres and osso buco were among her best. Rosemarie also loved to garden, golf, ski and travel. She loved their winter getaway in Arizona where they had so many friends.
Rosemarie was most undeserving of the hand she was dealt later in life. Despite everything, she still greeted you with her amazing smile when you entered her room at Foyer Valade. She truly appreciated her daily visits from her husband Graham and her brother Henry. She loved having tomatoes from her garden, getting her regular delivery of pringles and the occasional outing to McDonalds for a treat. She loved seeing her family and the close teaching friends that she had made so many memories with. Rosemarie is now finally at peace and we are all very much richer from having had her in our lives.
Rosemarie is survived by her husband Graham; stepson Ryan; grandchildren, Tyler and Jordan; brother Henry; niece Stacey (Dave) and their family; brother-in-law Allan and sister-in-law Vivian (Elton) and their family.
Rosemarie was predeceased by her parents, Adolphe and Cecile and her many aunts and uncles.
The family wishes to thank all the staff at Foyer Valade for her care over the years.
Cremation has taken place. As per Rosemarie's wishes, no public service will be held.

LECLAIRE BROTHERS
475 Provencher Blvd.
in care of arrangements, 204-775-2220

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Apr 18, 2020

Condolences & Memories (20 entries)

  • Bob had the privilege of sharing 20 years of friendship with Rosemarie at General Vanier. Her beautiful smile and friendly nature touched the hearts of everyone she met. The world has lost an amazing woman. She will not be forgotten. Sincere sympathy to all her family and friends. - Posted by: Bob and Mary Jean Davis (Teaching colleague) on: Apr 29, 2020

  • Rosemarie was my former sister-in-law and a treasured friend. She was always so cheerful and had such a positive outlook on life. Rosemarie was a wonderful aunt to my daughter Stacey. We both will have numerous memories of fond times spent together. May she Rest In Peace. - Posted by: Sue Bryner (Friend) on: Apr 25, 2020

  • Once upon a time, three little little girls met in grade school, stayed close friends for over 70 years and shared many happy and sad times. These three little girls were Rosemarie, Terry and Lucille. Rosemarie was a very dear friend and she'll never be forgotten. - Posted by: Lucille Bouvier & Terry Gauthier (Friend) on: Apr 25, 2020

  • Rosemarie was a good friend many years ago. Circumstances separated us but I thought of her often. She was a truly good person; very kind and it was always a joy to be in her accompany. Sincere condolences to her family and friends. - Posted by: Pierrette Hébert (Friend) on: Apr 24, 2020

  • Dotée d'une générosité du coeur, l'authenticité et une patience sans égale, Rosemarie Campbell a su faire briller le monde pour tout ceux qui la côtoyaient. Je n'oublierai jamais son sens d'écoute et d'appui, ayant toujours le temps pour une jeune qui pouvaient avoir mille et une questions sur tous les sujets possibles. Je n'oublierai jamais nos discussions, nos sorties de café ou resto pendant mes années universitaires, nos échanges sur la pédagogie et j'en passe. À ce jour, je m'inspire de l'importance qu'elle accordait à l'écoute des élèves et le fait que nous contribuons à jamais au développement de leur personne et non seulement aux connaissances académiques. Si une personne a eu un énorme impacte significatif sur ma carrière d'enseignante, c'est elle. Je garderai ces souvenirs précieusement. Sincères condoléances à sa famille. - Posted by: Chantal Delannoy Boulet (ancienne élève) on: Apr 23, 2020

  • Rosemarie shaped my life in so many ways. It is with great sorrow that I learn of her passing, and especially of the challenges she faced in her later years. She was a teacher who could meet all students where they were, and with dignity and respect. She taught leadership and kindness, by modelling it, always. Thank you Madame Campbell! For everything! - Posted by: Teresa Wood (Former Student) on: Apr 21, 2020

  • So sad to hear of Rosemaries's passing. I knew her through my sister, Sue Bryner (Gydé), one of Rosemarie's best friends. She was a very warm and effervescent person. My deepest condolences to Graham, Henry, Stacey and all of her family. - Posted by: Michael Gyde (Aqcuaintance) on: Apr 20, 2020

  • Graham, Henry, and family members. Pat and I were deeply saddened to hear of Rosemarie’s passing away. We hold fond memories of her. May she Rest In Peace. - Posted by: Daniel Sernyk (An acquaintance from our years at Pine Ridge Golf Club.) on: Apr 19, 2020

  • I met Rosemarie at College Beliveau. She was our school librarian. She was a wonderful, caring person. She was kind and friendly to all. I had late lunches at school and I often met her in the school staff room. We had many great conversations. She was one of my favourite people at College Beliveau. So sorry for your loss. Sincere condolences to all the family. - Posted by: Rose Emond (Collège Beliveau) on: Apr 19, 2020

  • Rosemarie was a true professional as a member of our staff. She was a delight to have among us and cared deeply for her students. May she rest in peace! - Posted by: Linda Asper (Colleague at College Beliveau) on: Apr 19, 2020

  • Je me souviens de madame Campbell. J'étais un étudiant au collège Béliveau en 1992... J'étais loin de mon pays, la France, et j'adorais aller à la bibliothèque parler avec elle... Madame Campbell était toujours rayonnante... Je me souviendrai toujours de vous. Merci d'avoir traversé ma vie et si la réincarnation existe, je souhaite de tout cœur recroiser votre chemin... 💛💛💛💛💛 - Posted by: Thibaut Lion (Etudiant) on: Apr 19, 2020

  • Rosemarie was a teacher/librarian at College Beliveau where our 2 daughters attended from grade 7 to graduation. She was always a bright ray of sunshine, easy to talk to and always available to the students. A wonderful true beautiful lady, our thoughts and prayers are with all of her family - Posted by: Brenda Carriere (Friend ) on: Apr 19, 2020

  • My heart skipped a beat today hearing that Rosemarie had left our world. She was my grade school teacher at General Vanier and became a close family friend with my Mom. So many memories of your gracious and generous soul will always be remembered. You made a beautiful mark on this world Rosemarie and were such a good friend to my Mother. My sympathy to the family. Colleen Ferguson - Posted by: Colleen Ferguson (friend) on: Apr 18, 2020

  • To Graham & family My prayers & thoughts are with you at this difficult time. Thank you Graham & Henry for your daily visits. When my mom was in the room across the hall at Foyer, I always popped in to say hi to Rosemarie. She always greeted me with her smile and we'd chat a bit. As I continued doing volunteer work at the Foyer, even towards the end, she still remembered my name & said hi. Thank you to Yvonne & Yvette for your friendship & loyalty towards Rosemarie. What a beautiful picture of her! Sincere sympathy Simone Nicolas - Posted by: SIMONE NICOLAS (volunteer at nursing home) on: Apr 18, 2020

  • She was my teacher in grade 7 and 8, I remember her as very kind and warm and encouraging. She was always willing to support students with e tea curricular interests and clubs. I remember her directing a play for us and realized as an older person how much effort this would have taken. She was an amazing teacher and woman and was definitely a positive influence in my life. My condolences to her family and friends. - Posted by: Colette pancoe (Student) on: Apr 18, 2020

  • What a beautiful person you were to all your friends and family. I will cherish my many memories of our times together. Much love to Graham and Henry. Marilyn Matile - Posted by: Marilyn Matile (Cousin in law) on: Apr 18, 2020

  • Hi Graham and family Bonnie and I are so sorry to hear of Rosemarie's passing. Our sincere condolences and we wish you and your family peace and comfort in this difficult time. Bonnie and Nick Iafolla - Posted by: Nick Iafolla (Friend) on: Apr 18, 2020

  • Rosemarie was a bright light within our family. Well loved and sharp as a pencil. Her aura was always bright and she cared about those around her greatly. On behalf of the Gyde' family, I would like to honor her passing with a few prayers from us. - Posted by: Laurie Anne Marie Gydé (Friend of the family) on: Apr 18, 2020

  • I am so sorry to hear of Mrs. Campbell’s passing. She was a huge influence on my life from grade 6-12. I enjoyed our visits at her home and at Foyer Valade reminiscing about her teaching career, colleagues, former students and all of her travels. My deepest condolences to Graham, Stacey and all of her family. Liasan - Posted by: Liasan Bingham (Former student) on: Apr 18, 2020

  • My sincere condolences to Mme. Campbell’s family. She was my grade 7 English teacher at Beliveau in 1987. I remember her smile, her positive spirit, and her long flowing skirts like it was yesterday. I also remember how patient and kind she was with the ‘trouble-maker’ in the class, whose background and home life seemed different than many of the other kids’. She joked so easily with him and had his back. As a parent of school-aged children I have even more respect now for teachers who can leave that kind of a mark in a student’s memory. So grateful to have had her as my teacher, even if for only one year. RIP, Mme. Campbell. - Posted by: Marnie Baizley (Former student ) on: Apr 18, 2020

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