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CAMPBELL Ian

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CAMPBELL
(IAN JAMES)

20.8.1950 - 9.10.2020

Passed away peacefully at Kalamunda Hospital. Dearly loved Son of Chris and John (dec). Much loved Brother of Elaine and Fay. Brother-in-law of Ross and Tom. Uncle of Benjamin, Matthew and Christopher. Ian was a talented musician, a creative humorous writer and a keen Goldfields cricketer. He always enjoyed the company of his mates and a good Aussie yarn. Rest In Peace Dear Ian.

Published 13th Oct, 2020
ID: 4341982 GB: 4341872

CAMPBELL:

The Service to Celebrate the Life of Mr Ian James Campbell of Armadale will be conducted in the East Chapel of PINNAROO Valley Memorial Park, Whitfords Ave, Padbury commencing at 10.30am FRIDAY (23.10.2020).

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    A long friendship and good memories can never be taken away. The yarns, coffee and tim tam days will never be the same. RIP Harry, June Summerfield.

    Wednesday, 21 October 2020 Published in The West Australian

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    I shall miss our coffees, chats and laughs. Say "hi" to Patti and Clarry for me. Give Chloe a big hug. Catch you later. Trish.

    Saturday, 17 October 2020 Published in The West Australian
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    Remembering Ian, our funny, clever and musical colleague at Cottesloe School. Terry Ackland (McKinley) on behalf of the 1972-1974 staff.

    Saturday, 17 October 2020 Published in The West Australian
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    Farewell to someone who was respected as a teacher at Cottesloe Primary. Many students benefited from his love of learning, of music, of sport, of life. His biting wit will be missed by the letters page of a number of papers. Ron Elliott

    Friday, 16 October 2020 Published in The West Australian
  • CAMPBELL IAN Mr Campbell was a popular and respected Year 6 teacher at Cottesloe Primary School for many years. Remembered by students, parents and colleagues for his music, sense of humour and love of sport. A lovely bloke. Rest peacefully Ian. Reg Brearley

    Thursday, 15 October 2020 Published in The West Australian

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