Obituary of Adeline Isabol Campbell
Passed away peacefully on May 7th at Huronlea Home in her 99th year.
Beloved wife to the Late Harold (2007) for 69 years.
Loving mother to William (Diana) Campbell, Nancy (Albert) Wasson, & Frances (Steve) Bearss.
Grandma to 13, great grandma to 36 and great great grandma to 5.
Predeceased by son Dwight and spouse Joan, grandson Curtis Campbell, 1 granddaughter and 2 great grandchildren.
Adeline was born on Brandon Line near Brussels in 1923. After moving to Brussels but being flooded out her family eventually settled in Blyth.
Adeline loved to sing and spent part of her life singing at CKNX Radio and with the Blyth United Church Choir for almost 70 years.
Adeline worked as a seamstress, doing alterations for her community and sewed a few wedding dresses for her family and friends.
She was a very artistic person, she loved to paint and draw and was quite talented. She liked to draw ‘Gibson Girls’ with their fancy hairstyles and dresses.
Adeline always kept her family close and enjoyed watching them blossom.
Adeline was a very easy going, sweet and gentle woman who shared her smiles and kind words unconditionally. She will be greatly missed.
Due to COVID restrictions a private visitation for close family and friends will take place at Riverside Funeral Home Blyth Chapel on Tuesday May 11th from 7-9 pm. Please call the funeral home (519 523 4577) to set up a visitation time.
A private, family funeral service will take place on Wednesday May 12th at 1 pm at the Blyth United Church. Please join us by livestreaming at https://www.facebook.com/RiversideFuneralHomeInc.
In lieu of flowers and as expressions of sympathy donations to the Huronlea Volunteer Auxiliary or the Blyth United Church would be appreciated.
Donations and cards of sympathy may be sent to Box 199 Blyth, N0M 1H0.
Condolences may be left at www.riversidefuneralhome.ca