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Campbell, L. Marilyn

It is with great sadness that the family of L. Marilyn Campbell announces her passing on Tuesday, November 28, 2017 at Health Sciences North at the age of 80. She will be lovingly remembered by her two sons, Brian of Sudbury and David of Toronto. She will be sadly missed by her cherished granddaughter Samantha of Ottawa. Predeceased by her husband Desmond in 2000. She is survived by her siblings, Harold Johnston (Kathy) of Mississauga, Chris Johnston (Anne) of Corunna, Doris Kirky (Alvy) of Chelmsford and Kathy Lamond (Robert) of Azilda. Sadly missed by many nieces and nephews from both the Campbell and Johnston families. Her parents Hilliard and Mildred Johnston, both predeceased. Marilyn was a Registered Nurse for 35 years at St. Joseph’s Hospital followed by Laurentian Hospital. Her caring and compassionate nature cultivated as a nurse extended to her husband, children, family and friends. The crew she ran with is less one wonderful friend. Alice Laurin and Marilyn Paquette were there for her always and to the end. Visits by her niece Cindy with her daughter Amanda and the new baby girl really lifted her spirits. She looked forward to the phone calls and Skype contact with her nephew Scott as he battles his illness. Special thanks to her dear old friend Betty Lou Miller, her brother-in-law Allan Campbell (Yvonne Johnston), Sharon Jolie, Lissa Gagnon, Nicole Laurin, Julie Laurin, Maureen and George Jessop and all others that were there for her during her illness. She volunteered at the Alzheimer Society of Sudbury for many years and was an active member of her Church community. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made directly to the Wheels of Hope, Alzheimer Society or a pet charity of choice would be appreciated. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at Holy Redeemer Church, 1887 Bancroft Drive, Sudbury on Monday, December 4, 2017 at 10 a.m. Interment in the Capreol Cemetery.

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  1. I was very saddened to learn that Marilyn has passed away. I knew her from Thursday Ladies Curling League. She was a positive and pleasant person and fought her battle bravely. My condolences to her sons. She will be remembered.

    Posted by:Doreen Fenton
    December 1, 2017

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