Stephen Coady Campbell

- 6/17/2021
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Département d'anglais, Université de Moncton
Our deepest sympathies to the family of Dr. Campbell. He was such an important part of our department's growth and success; he will be missed. A donation has been made to Hospice SENB, in his memory.


Al & Shirley Baglole
Dear Karen & Family: Please accept our sympathy on the loss of your loved one. You are in our thoughts and prayers.


Léandre et Doris Desjardins
Stephen was a noted English literature professor who was strong at using literature to bring his students to new thoughts and understanding of the world through his teaching. If we add his relentless energy in countless community organizations as a volunteer as well as his political career we realize how an influential citizen he was. Everybody loved Stephen. May he have a long lasting peace. Doris and Léandre Desjardins


John Shaw
Barbara and I were at StFX with Steve and met him at reunions. You always knew when he was near, knew what he was thinking and regularly came and left with a big smile on his and others faces. We have only good memories of Steve. Our sincere condolences on your loss.


Gerard Eddy
Moms brothers held a special place in my heart, and Steve was always a kind soul. He treated his nieces and nephews with the same love and compassion as he did for his own children. Stopping in Moncton on the way home to CB from Labrador was a treat and always a loving visit. He taught me to be humble and always had nice things to say. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you, he will be missed. Love you.


Joe and Stella Bourgeois
Karen, to you, the boys and your family we want to express our deepest sympathy. Steve was a great man, so devoted to helping others and relentless in doing so. He will be sadly missed by everyone who knew and admired him. Our prayers are with you at this difficult time. God Bless all of you.


Raylene Meraw (Penney)
So sorry to hear of Steve's passing. I Grew up next door and I remember the Campbells well. Please except my sincere condolences on Steve's passing. Rest In peace.


Donald Arsenault/Renée Normandeau
Our sincere sympathies on your loss. Stephen represented everything good one would hope for in a person, a colleague and a professor. Renée, Janelle, Annick and I continue to have fond memories of Stephen, and also of you Karen.


Valda, Tom and kids
Aunt Karen - No words can express how empty I feel with Uncle Steve’s passing. The accolades he accomplished in his 82 years is only a small, outward example of the amazing human he really was. So many great memories to carry us for years to come. Hugs and prayers to you, Andrew, Stewart, Gordon and Lawren.


Dan and Kathy Stote
Our deepest sympathy to you Karen and your family. Our prayers are with you. God bless.


Yolande Arsenault
Mr. Campbell was the "best" teacher I ever had during the course of my academic years. He often would stop to speak with his students in the halls of the Arts Building, UdeM, with words of wisdom and common sense. He gave me the love of Shakespeare and English Literature. With all my love and respect for one of the "good guys". May Mr. Campbell's family find peace knowing how much he was loved by his students, especially me.


Bucky Eddy
There are no words. We are going to miss you so much Uncle Steve. You were one ‘Special Guy. Love you Aunt Karen.’ Thinking of Andrew, Stewart, Gordon and Lawren. Rest In Peace Uncle Steve. Bucky.


Elaine Swartz
Steve's life and what he represented in his passing was not the end of a legacy but the continuation unconditional love he shared through his family. Will miss you and thank you uncle Steve.


Bob & Céline (Robichaud) Trifts
Dear Lawren, We were very sorry to learn of your dad’s passing. Reading all that he has accomplished over many years of community service you have much to be proud of. I first heard of your father when my mother went to Memramcook and then UdeM to complete an education degree while teaching at Aberdeen school. He was her absolute favorite professor which is saying a lot from a middle aged Acadian woman struggling with the English language. There are no doubt many more stories to be told and fond memories to be shared. Our sincere condolences to you and the entire Campbell family. Bob & Céline


Anna (Campbell) Eddy
Saying so-long-for-now to Steve, the last of my 5 brothers, is not something I was prepared to do. He was always there for me. He had the unconditional love and respect from me, Arnold (deceased) and all our children. I love you Karen and your sons Andrew, Stewart, Gordon, and Godson Lawren. (And their families.)Family occasions will never be the same because Steve, who never missed one, will not be there. Rest In Peace little brother.????


Jane Lennox
Dear Karen and all of Steve's family, My sincere condolences at this time. It is always difficult to lose a loved one and I wish you peace and happy memories to cherish. I was so glad to have seen Steve recently. May he Rest In Peace.


Kathy leger
I’m so sorry for your loss. Steve was a terrific person and I always admired his smarts and dedication to his community. I worked with him and Karen at st Michael’s church , as well as on local interst groups.??


Michele and Chungchi Wen
Nos plus sincères condoléances


George & Zoe Rideout
We recently moved back to Moncton and were sadden to learn of Stephen's passing on the weekend. Stephen made a tremendous contribution to the City and the University. Zoe and I have made a contribution to the Friends of the Moncton Hospital.


Ray and Beulah Doucet
Lawren, we were so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. He contributed so much to the community and will have a lasting legacy. Our thoughts and prayers are sent to you and all your family.


Phyllis and Richard Toy
Dear Karen and family, it is with sad hearts that we heard of Steve's death. We had only been a short part of Steve's life here in Shediac, but his impact on our lives will never be forgotten. Tantramar Senior College courses, the beginning of The PROBUS Club of Shediac Shores and social connections through these past seven years are indelible in our hearts and minds. Rest in peace, Steve. Your legacy will long be remembered.


Laurie Cooper
Dear Karen and family, I am so sorry to learn of Steve’s passing. When I started teaching in the English Department 30 years ago, you and Steve graciously took me under your wing. I learned so much from both of you. My thoughts and prayers are with you.


Roger & Debbie Chenard
Our sympathies to the family


Irwin Cusac
My deepest sympathies. Steve was a close friend for many years. I will miss the coffee at MacDonalds we shared over the years. Irwin


Wayne Patterson and Savanah Williams
To Karen and the Campbell family: We are enormously saddened to have heard the news that Steve passed away on June 17. Steve and Karen especially have been the very closest of friends and we reminisce on the many ways in which our families have joined together over the years. Wayne especially has been and will be eternally grateful for the support that Steve and Karen provided at the time when Wayne returned to Moncton, for the many years together as friends in the Liberal Party, and in our work at the Université de moncton. We will never forget the friendship we shared over many years, the times when you hosted us, the times when we met together with so many other mutual friends in Shediac, and also at the numerous alumni reunions at St. F. X. Wayne in particular will never forget the occasion while visiting a university in Cape Town, South Africa, and meeting with the university chancellor there, when one of the chancellor's first questions was “and how is Steve Campb


Laurie Cooper
Dear Karen and family, I am so sorry to learn of Steve’s passing. When I started teaching in the English Department 30 years ago, you and Steve graciously took me under your wing. I learned so much from both of you. My thoughts and prayers are with you.


Debby Stuart
Mrs.. Campbell and family - My most sincere sympathy in your loss of a dear Husband and Father. Words are never enough at a time such as this, but may be help in a small way to know others are praying and thinking of you. May fond memories of all the years shared be a great comfort. You know how hard it is for me to call you Karen, you will always be Mrs. Campbell. Deepest condolences - Debby Stuart (from Lady of Mercy-Pointe du Chene)


Marilyn Matthews
Saddened to hear of Stephen's passing....he made poetry meaningful in his teaching...he lived " A Man's a Man for a' That..... ". We'll tak a cup o' kindness yet, for aulde lang syne !" A life well-lived, indeed ! Be at peace...you made our world a better place. Sincere condolences to Karen and all his family.


Sam and Donna Ermen
Our Condolences to you Karen, Andrew (Beth),Stewart(Leslie), Gordon (Marlene)and Lawren(Lynne) and all you families, may you all find peace in knowing your father is at rest, God Bless and know we will be praying


André Veniot
Steve was one of a kind, blessed with a good heart and a warm smile. My deepest condolences to you Karen and your family. May his memory be a blessing.


Aldeo and Lucille
I am very sorry for your loss. Our deepest condolences to you and your family


Anne-Marie Leger-Fournier
Mr Campbell taught me a few English courses at U de M. He was one of the best teachers I’ve ever had. The world is a bit worst off now that he is gone. One of the things he taught me about commas is this: (and I quote) “If in doubt, leave it out”. Makes me smile just remembering that.


Cathy Fisher
Whenever I drink a milkshake I think of Uncle Steve, or when we have spaghetti and meatballs another one of his favorite. I enjoyed our laughs and talks about Newfoundland and how proud you where of your heritage. You will always be remembered and how you loved family and made sure your family was represented. When you or Aunt Karen couldn't make it one of your sons would take your spot. Family was so important to you which included your siblings, your nieces and Nephews. You taught us all that anything is possible. Will miss you very much. Big hugs to Aunt Karen. Andrew, Stewart, Lawren, Gordon and your families.


Sharon McCormack
Thinking of you & your family Karen, love & prayers.


Pat Parker
My deepest condolences to Karen and the family.


Graham Touchie
On behalf of my family, and myself, every blessing to you all. In the Moncton of yesterday we were all family in a way; and Steve was in a beautiful way a gift to life, and to lives including mine.


Mike Cahill
My condolences on the passing of Stephen. Great respect for his many contributions to the community of Moncton


Cindi Forsythe
Karen…both of us were saddened to hear that Steve had passed away…he was definitely a Renaissance man; the lovingly worded obituary says it all. He will be greatly missed by those who were fortunate enough to have had an opportunity to know him.Cindi and Brian.


Helen McQuinn
Karen, my heartfelt sympathy goes out to you on the passing of Steve. He was very much loves and the epitome of a gentleman. It is such a very sad time when one loses her husband and probably best friend. Please accept my condolences and I will be thinking and praying for you in this terrible time of grief. You have so many happy memories of Steve and these will help you as life goes on. Take care, my friend, Helen


Helen Hall
Karen, my sincerest sympathies to you and your family on Steve's passing. His picture reflects his personality to a T. I'll always remember his thoughtfulness, sense of humour, generosity, interest in good causes, and most especially, his ability to get to the heart of a matter. A very smart, kind empathetic man and he will be sorely missed in the neighbourhood.


Elaine Mills Milner & Benson Milner
Dear Karen: Benson and I express our sincere condolences to you and family. Steve was a part of my life for many years beginning with his being my professor in first year. We will surely miss him and his conversations and advice at every election time, every Liberal occasion, and Tim's think tank in Shediac. He was one of the best people ever. Elaine


Audrey Williston
So sorry to learn of Steve's passing. My condolences to Karen and the family. His was certainly a life well-lived and he will be missed.


Ron and Dodie Maxwell
Sincere condolences go out to Karen and the boys, during this most difficult time. We found Steve to be so friendly and glad to see us, should we ever meet on the street. He worked tirelessly for our community and will be missed by many. We trust his love and devotion will help you all over the coming days. Rest In Peace, Steve.


Dr. Paul E. Belliveau
We met in 1962 and over the years we became co-volunteers in a number of organizations and venues. RIP Steve, I will miss your counsel.


Raymond and Janice Leger
Dear Karen and family. Janice and I were very surprised and saddened to hear of Steve's passing. He was truly a special person, to us and to Mom and Dad. We will remember the good times with you both. Love Janice and Raymond


Murdena
To live a life beyond our mortal self is to live in the fibre of those we leave behind. Uncle Steve is woven into the fibre of all his family and friends. He and Karen opened their home, hearts and minds to me and Mike for many, many years. He was a huge influence in my life and will continue to guide me. Love does not end with death. Hold fast Karen, Andrew, Stewart, Gordon, Lawren, Mom (Anna), and all your families ??


John Wigmore and Holly Humphrey
Dear Karen, We were so sorry to read about Steve's death. After reading the obituary, we think you hit the nail right on the head! He was all of that, and so much more! We were particularly delighted by the comment that you were as happily married as two people can be! Unfortunately, that also means that you are going through such a sad time right now and we send you our most sincere condolences. Our hope is that after some of the sadness lifts, you will be able to smile with delight as you cherish all your fondest memories. Please accept our sympathies, Holly and John


Armand and Bernice Bourgeois
Sincere condolences Karen. Steve was a great man and gave a lot to his community and friends. Our prayers are with you.


Barbara Geddes
With love, my condolences for all of you.


John Martel
My condolences to the family.


Rosemonde Gilmore
Deepest sympathy to Karen,to the “boys” and their families…. This world has lost a good man…may he Rest In Peace.


Byrne and Janet Melanson
Steve was a wonderful, close friend over the past 29 years. He was loyal and compasionate at all times. He will be deeply missed by Janet and me."The Campbell " has left the building leaving a huge void in our lives.Rest well Steve. Sincere condolences to all the family


JP Richard
As I had said to Andrew years ago, I fondly remember a class I took with Mr Campbell. He was witty, thought provoking and just an excellent professor. My sincere condolences to Andrew and the family.


John Donnahee
I remember Stephen from Saint Michaels as well as during my time as his paper boy. He was a kind man. Sending my heartfelt condolences to the Campbell family.


Todd Farrell
To Lawren and family, I am very sorry for your loss. With my deepest sympathies, Todd


Brian Eddy
As far back as I can remember, it was always exciting when Uncle Steve and the family came for a visit. Throughout the years, he was always very close; always warm-hearted, caring, intelligent and funny all at the same time. And as I already told him in recent years, I'll never forget the quarter he slipped into my hand when I was 4 yrs. old. That's the way he was! Godspeed Uncle Steve!


Peter Post
Condolences to the entire extended family. I know I'll miss talking to Steve. It was always an engaging conversation. Wonderful, wonderful man.


Ute Campbell
My deepest sympathy to Karen and the boys. Steve was my biggest rock to lean on with his sister Anna, in my time of need with his brother Rod. I will always remember Steve as my "brother"! Rest in peace.


Martha Ruddick
Karen - I am deeply saddened to read of the passing of Steve. My heart goes out to you and your families. My deepest condolences.


ROBERT TRIFTS
My sympathies and condolences to you all. Stephen was the father of one of my best friends growing up - but he was more than that; he was different. He was a man I have never forgotten. You see, you don't forget a man like Stephen. I expect few he ever knew ever will. Faith and prayer may be uncertain, but memories that matter are not. Which means he is not really gone. Hugs to you all on this most difficult of days.


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