CAMPBELL NEE KEIRLE
20.9.1923 - 31.1.2021
Margaret Campbell passed away peacefully aged 97. Cherished Mother of Barbara and Julie, Mother in law of Peter and Graeme (dec).
Treasured Nan of Tom, Katherine, Megan, Owen, Steven, Paul, Amanda, Dean, Marie-Claire. Much loved Great Nan of Will, Ruby, Hugo, Alice, Nick, Evie, Bronte, Grace, Sophie, Tommy, Max.
Reunited with her beloved husband Don (dec 1983).
Heartfelt thanks to the caring staff at Castledare Village home for twenty one years. Formerly of Applecross.
Margaret's motto was Living is for Giving.
Always remembered for being loving, kind, thoughtful and generous.
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Sincere condolences to Julie and Barbara on the loss of your mum from the last few of the Lowana girls. God bless.
CATHERINE (NEE KEIRLE)
In loving memory of a treasured sister to Ross and Robyn and fond aunt to David, Philip, Lauren, Rohan and Leighton. Your legacy of love, kindness, care, compassion and sense of family that you gave so freely to us all will be treasured and live on in our lives.
Now peacefully resting and in our thoughts forever
CAMPBELL MARGARET An ode to NanNan:
It was a tragic day my great grandma passed.
But long, she lived, and accomplished her task.
She was nice and kind and always had treats.
But her nice smile could've never been beat.
She did not have the time to play her favourite instrument, the violin.
One I have disliked this day in.
But now she has gone to heaven as her heart was pure.
And up there she is having a ball, I am completely sure.
Lots of love
Your great-grandson, Max
Remembered aunty of Robert, Brian (dec), Kaye (dec), Anne and Graeme. You have left me with happy, warm memories Aunty Margaret.
Robert and Maureen.