Brian Rees Camp­bell

Sackville Tribune - - OBITUARIES/LOCAL -

Sackville, N.B. – It is with pro­found sad­ness that we an­nounce the sud­den pass­ing of Brian Camp­bell on Thurs­day, Novem­ber 15, 2018 in Cal­gary, AB. Brian passed away un­ex­pect­edly, fol­low­ing a brief ill­ness, at the age of 37.

Born in Monc­ton, N.B. on April 10, 1981, Brian was the son of Barbara (Rees-pot­ter) Camp­bell and the late William Ron­ald Camp­bell.

Brian at­tended lo­cal schools in Sackville, N.B. Upon grad­u­a­tion from Tantra­mar Re­gional High School, Brian first at­tended Bishop’s Univer­sity and then trans­ferred to Mount Al­li­son Univer­sity, grad­u­at­ing with a Bach­e­lor of Arts in Po­lit­i­cal Science and Eco­nom­ics in 2005. After grad­u­at­ing from MTA, Brian headed west to Al­berta where he worked for sev­eral years in the oil and gas in­dus­try. Brian held a num­ber of man­age­ment po­si­tions and worked on many sig­nif­i­cant pipe­line projects at Cana­dian Nat­u­ral Re­sources Ltd., Fluor Cor­po­ra­tion and En­bridge Pipe­lines Inc.

In 2013 Brian re­turned to the East Coast to at­tend law school in Fred­er­ic­ton. He was a sum­mer law clerk at Cox & Palmer in Saint John in 2016 and he ob­tained his MBA and his Law De­gree from the Univer­sity of New Bruns­wick in 2017. After he grad­u­ated from law school, Brian re­turned to Al­berta where he ar­ti­cled with Stike­man El­liott in Cal­gary. After be­ing ad­mit­ted to the Al­berta Bar in Septem­ber 2018, he joined Stike­man El­liott as an As­so­ciate Lawyer.

In re­cent years, Brian was in­volved with the fam­ily busi­ness, Camp­bell’s Fu­neral Home in Sackville. He was ex­tremely proud of his fam­ily his­tory in the com­mu­nity and his New Bruns­wick her­itage.

Mild-man­nered, even-keeled, kind and funny, Brian had a pos­i­tive im­pact on ev­ery­one he met. His strength of char­ac­ter, per­se­ver­ance and quiet in- tel­li­gence were an in­spi­ra­tion to his fam­ily, many friends and col­leagues. Brian loved cats, in par­tic­u­lar, Rosie and a crazy Ben­gal named Au­drey Cat­burn. Fol­low­ing in his fa­ther’s foot­steps, Brian had a pas­sion for old ve­hi­cles, in­clud­ing restor­ing vin­tage Corvettes.

Brian will be deeply missed by his mother, Barbara (Rees-pot­ter) Camp­bell; his sis­ter, Erin Morgan Camp­bell; his niece, Avery Rees Camp­bell, all of Sackville; his girl­friend, Caro­line Mcav­ity, Saint John, N.B.; his Aunt, Mary Camp­bell, Riverview, NB; his Un­cle, David (Carolyn) Rees-pot­ter, Perth,

ON; his God­mother, Su­san Jenk­ins (Bev­erly Smith), Rex­ton, NB; sev­eral cousins and other ex­tended fam­ily in the Mar­itimes, Eng­land and Aus­tralia, as well as by many great friends across the coun­try.

Brian was pre-de­ceased by his fa­ther, William Ron­ald Camp­bell in 2000, as well as by his ma­ter­nal and pa­ter­nal grand­par­ents.

Ar­range­ments are be­ing han­dled by the fam­ily busi­ness he loved, Camp­bell’s Fu­neral Home, 89 Bridge Street, Sackville, N.B. (506) 364-8188. A cel­e­bra­tion of Brian’s life will be held on Satur­day, Novem­ber 24, 2018 at 2:00 pm at the Mount Al­li­son Univer­sity Chapel, 63B York Street, Sackville. Dur­ing the ser­vice there will be an op­por­tu­nity for in­di­vid­u­als to share mem­o­ries and words of grat­i­tude for Brian’s life. A re­cep­tion will fol­low at Tweedie Hall, lo­cated in the Wal­lace Mc­cain Stu­dent Cen­tre.

If so de­sired, dona­tions in mem­ory of Brian may be made to the Camp­bell Car­riage Fac­tory Mu­seum (through the Tantra­mar Her­itage Trust Inc.) or to the char­ity of one’s choice. On­line con­do­lences may be for­warded to the fam­ily through the web­site­bells­fu­ner­al­ or by vis­it­ing the fu­neral home Face­book page.­bells­fu­ner­al­

It is with deep sad­ness but peace of heart, that the fam­ily of Al­ice M. Bem­bridge an­nounces her pass­ing on Wed­nes­day, Novem­ber 14, 2018 at the Drew Nurs­ing Home. Al­ice passed away peace­fully, at the age of 106.

Born on June 19, 1912, at home on Brook­lyn Road in West­mor­land County, she was the daugh­ter of the late Amasa and Dormer (Oul­ton) Hicks.

Al­ice will be lov­ingly re­mem­bered by her daugh­ter, Betty Hutchin­son of New Mary­land, N.B.; her son, Don­ald (Deanna) Bem­bridge of Amherst, N.S.; her four grand­chil­dren, Gwen (Garth)

Don’s fam­ily sadly an­nounces his pass­ing at the Sackville Me­mo­rial Hos­pi­tal on Thurs­day, Novem­ber 15, 2018 at the age of 92.

Born on April 18, 1926 in Sackville, N.B., he was the son of the late Court­ney and Vi (Cole) Estabrooks.

Don grad­u­ated in 1945 from Mount Al­li­son Academy (Univer­sity) and then joined At­lantic Whole­salers (Eastern Hay & Feed) where he served in a num­ber of po­si­tions, re­tir­ing as Vice Pres­i­dent of Whole­sale Op­er­a­tions in 1986. He was a mem­ber of the Sackville School Board, Trea­surer of the Sackville Curl­ing Club for sev­eral years, as well as Past Pres­i­dent of the Kins­men and K40 Clubs.

Only tak­ing up golf upon re­tire­ment, he scored three holes-in-one in a two-year pe­riod. Don and Pat en­joyed his re­tire­ment years win­ter­ing in Largo, Flor­ida and spend­ing sum­mers at the cot­tage in Mur­ray Cor­ner. He was Trea­surer for eight years of the 19 years at Gulf

Age 80, res­i­dent of

Vic­to­ria Manor, Amherst. passed away peace­fully on Wed­nes­day Novem­ber 7th, 2018 at the Cum­ber­land Re­gional Health Care Cen­tre, Up­per Nap­pan while sur­rounded by her lov­ing fam­ily. Born in Wind­sor N.S., she was the daugh­ter of the late Pe­ter and Eleanor (Pope) Mill. She truly en­joyed her fam­ily at Vic­to­ria Manor where she resided for nine years. Gayle loved spend­ing time with fam­ily and friends, es­pe­cially cel­e­brat­ing birth­days as well as Christ­mas gath­er­ings. In her younger years, Gayle was em­ployed with the Mar­itime Pants fac­tory, Amherst un­til she took on

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