Celebration of Life
Obituary of Charles (Charlie) Douglas Campbell
Surrounded by his loving family, Charles Douglas Campbell passed away peacefully on March 3, 2023, at home. Born in Saint John, NB, on August 31, 1950, he was a son of the late Charles and Gertrude (nee McGaghey) Campbell.
Family meant everything to Charlie, and he loved them deeply. From spending quality time together, or to going to watch his grandson play hockey, every moment was precious to him.
Charlie was a sports enthusiast and an avid hockey fan. He was a past season's ticket holder for the Saint John Flames and loved his Toronto Maple Leafs.
Charlie will deeply missed by his loving wife, Margaret “Margie” (nee Taylor) Campbell, of 20 years; daughter Jessica Campbell (Janine Hatfield); sons Jason (Mary Ellen) and Jeffery (Heidi) Campbell; grandchildren: Devin, Dylan, Emma, Kassidy, Jayden, and Kylie Campbell; brothers: David (Jacquie), Darrell (Vicki), and Harold Campbell; sisters Belinda (Bill) Court and Beth (Michael) Prentice; as well as many nieces, nephews and cousins.
Charlie was predeceased by his parents Charles and Gertrude.
The family would like to send a special thank you to the ExtraMural team for their care and compassion in Charlie’s final days.
Resting at Castle Funeral Home, 309 Lancaster Ave. Saint John, N.B. (634 1701) visitation for Charlie will be held on Wednesday, March 15, 2023, from 1:00-3:00 PM. A Celebration of Life will directly follow, starting at 3:00pm, in the Castle “Fallsview” Funeral Home Chapel. The Campbell family would appreciate that those in attendance please wear masks.
Donations in Charlie’s memory can be made to the St. Joseph’s Hospital Foundation, Bobby’s Hospice, SJRH Oncology Department, the Diabetes Association, or the charity of choice. For those who wish to make online condolences, please visit www.CastleFH.ca
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