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JOHN (JACK) BOND CAMPBELL
Date of Passing: Aug 25, 2021Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
JOHN (JACK) BOND CAMPBELL
1937 - 2021
He is survived by his wife Betty, and his two sons, Bryden (Nikki) and Dawson. He is also survived by his two brothers, Keith and Ricky (Dwyla), and many nieces and nephews.
A private funeral service will be held at the Dundas Cemetery.
Ken Loehmer Funeral Services
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Aug 28, 2021
Condolences & Memories (3 entries)
To Betty, Brydon and Dawson, I'm so sorry for your loss. When I think of Jack I think of laughter and good storytelling. I always enjoyed his company. I remember once he picked me up at the airport and he forgot to pay for parking. Instead of walking all the way back to pay, we got into the truck drove over the curb and around the gate and kept going. Only Jack would have done that. He will be missed. He was a man I looked up to. - Posted by: Tim Phillips (Nephew ) on: Sep 02, 2021
Dearest Campbell family, My deepest condolences for your loss. I am cherishing the fun memories of Jack and my dad and their endless friendship and now together again with their forever entertaining stories. Sincerely, Noreen - Posted by: Noreen Willis (friend) on: Aug 28, 2021
Uncle Jack was always kind to me and I remember him usually being up to something. He was sly and liked to joke with everyone. I think my Aunt Betty’s window at the farm was on the driveway side so she could keep her eye on him lol. I remember looking forward to seeing him when his family made trips to see my parents in Alberta. He was fun and I remember long parties with lots of music and Uncle Jack and my Dad standing around in the kitchen with short brown bottles of Pilsner. BBQs and picnics with his in-laws were filled with Murrays and lawn chairs. Jack was usually chatting and talking farming or fields etc. When I was a teenager visiting Manitoba I looked forward to seeing Bryden, Dawson and my Auntie & Uncle. Uncle Jack let the ‘city girl’ drive an old pickup ‘on the road’ which was really a driveway when I was not quite old enough….I’ll miss Uncle Jack. He always smiled at me and called me ‘kid’. I was almost 50 when I saw him last and he still called me ‘kid’. My Dad remembers his wedding reception at Jack & Betty’s when Jack had the wedding car jacked up so the bride & groom couldn’t leave and had to stay and party with the crew! - Posted by: Carla Robertson Stout (Niece) on: Aug 28, 2021
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