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CAMPBELL Callum

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CAMPBELL CALLUM 16.02.2016 — 05.06.2021 Much loved son of Brad and Pamela, and younger brother to Jackson. After an impressive fight against Leukemia, Callum passed away surrounded by love at PCH.

You will always be loved and so terribly missed.

Love Mum and Dad

Published 11th Jun to 12th Jun, 2021
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C AMPBELL:

A Memorial Service to Celebrate the life of Callum James Campbell will be held at PINNAROO Valley Memorial Park, Whitfords Ave, Padbury at 11:00am on THURSDAY (1.07.2021).

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  • CAMPBELL (Callum):

    Callum - the bravest little man whose cheeky bright smile never slipped. You put up the strongest fight for so long, and your beautiful family left no stone unturned in fighting alongside you. Rest now handsome boy, you will be forever missed xx

    Tuesday, 15 June 2021 Submitted online by Kathleen Gianoli
  • CAMPBELL CALLUM A much loved young member of our families who will always be remembered as a ball of energy even between the long hospital stays during his fight to stay with us.

    Our deepest sympathy to Brad, Pam and Jackson, know that you left no stone unturned. Our sympathy to the Campbell and Hay families and especially the four Grandparents who were always there and part of the team.

    Love, Bev Kevin Deborah John and William.

    CAMPBELL (Callum):

    A little dynamo taken far too soon.

    Will be sadly missed by his

    Great Grandad.

    Monday, 14 June 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • CAMPBELL CALLUM 16.02.16 - 05.06.21 Our brave little Grandson Callum finally succumbed to Leukemia. He fought this disease for over two years, winning two battles to gain remission, but ultimately lost the war. At the age of 5 years and some three months, Callum spent almost half of his life with this insidious condition, and a large part of that in hospitals in Perth and Melbourne. He rarely complained, occasionally got grumpy, but still was a delight to be with. From the time he arrived on this earth he was a bright shining star in our lives, his smile always lit up the room, his curiosity of everything was amazing, he was the "energizer bunny" incarnate, living life at full speed, and feared nothing. His zest for life, and feisty humour touched all he came in contact with, everyone was his friend, and he was loved by all. You have left a hole in our hearts that can never be filled, we miss you every day and always will. We loved you dearly precious little man. The word ‘POO' will never mean the same again.

    Grandma and Grandpa (Pumpkin head)

    Saturday, 12 June 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • CAMPBELL CALLUM The loss of our dear little neighbour is so so sad. Callum's zest for life was profound and inspiring. Our love and deepest sympathy to Brad, Pam, Jackson and all the Campbell and Hay Families.

    Jill and Bob

    Wednesday, 16 June 2021 Published in The West Australian
  • CAMPBELL CALLUM Little Callum, rest in peace you fought a good fight. Our thoughts are with the family.

    Love Mike and Marilyn

    Tuesday, 15 June 2021 Published in The West Australian

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