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CAMPBELL Sr Antoninus Op

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CAMPBELL

(SR ANTONINUS) OP

Sr Antoninus Campbell passed away peacefully on June 18. She spent many years teaching at Scarborough, Doubleview, Siena and St Thomas Aquinas Bedford and was the coordinator of St Dominic's Youth Group. Many past students remember her fondly for her wonderful teaching and a twinkle in her eye.

Thank you to the staff at MercyCare for their loving care of Teresa for many years. She will be sadly missed by her Dominican Sisters.

RIP

Published 22nd Jun, 2022
ID: 4631918 GB: 4631914

CAMPBELL:

The Funeral Mass for Sister Antoninus OP will be celebrated in Our Lady of the Rosary Church, Angelico Street, Doubleview commencing at 10:15am on MONDAY (27.06.2022). The Cortege will leave the church at the conclusion of the Mass and arrive at the main entrance of KARRAKATTA Cemetery, Railway Road, Karrakatta at 12:00 noon a Burial Service.

Vigil Prayers and Rosary will be recited in Our Lady of the Rosary Church Doubleview at 7:00pm on SUNDAY (26.06.2022).

502 WANNEROO RD WESTMINSTER 9464 7266

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  • CAMPBELL (Sr Antoninus Op):

    It's been a wonderful privilege to be called your niece; I'll never forget your twinkly eyes and your sense of fun. Thank you to all who cared for you in your later years.

    Monday, 27 June 2022 Submitted online by Angela Williamson
  • CAMPBELL (Sr Antoninus Op):

    Dear Aunt Teresa, thank you for being a wonderful Aunt who brought humour and light on your visits to family in Scotland. You will be sadly missed, but fondly remembered.

    Sunday, 26 June 2022 Submitted online by John Campbell
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    (SISTER ANTONINUS OP)

    Treasured memories of Sister Antoninus. A colleague, teacher and friend. Her inspirational leadership at Newman Collage Special Education Unit, warmth, friendship and support made going to work a uniquely, rewarding and pleasurable experience over the years. Sister's energy, tenacity "ability to leap tall hurdles" despite her short stature, provided students with a very positive role model. You will be missed dear Sister. Sophia and Michael. Arthur, Jamie, Natalie and families.

    Saturday, 25 June 2022 Published in The West Australian

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