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Carol-Anne Campbell

Carol-Anne Campbell (Reda)

Wednesday, July 4th, 1962 - Monday, May 27th, 2019
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Obituary

It is with great sadness that the family of Carol−Anne Campbell (nee Reda) announce her passing on Monday, May 27th at the young age of 56.

She was a loving wife, mother, daughter, sister, and friend. Her greatest joy in life was helping others, whether it be family, friends, her Church, or clients in the dental industry. Her infectious smile would light up any room. Diagnosed with metastatic colon cancer in January 2016, she was advised to put her affairs in order. But with the help of Oncologist Dr. Howard Lim at the BC Cancer Agency and with unwavering determination, she decided that only she would decide the time she had left and that she would fight until she had accomplished every goal she set. We are proud to announce that she achieved each and every one of those goals. She died peacefully, at home, under the guidance of the Dr. Paul Sugar Palliative Support Foundation. She is survived by Justin, her husband of 31 years; her son, Iain (fiancée Lauren); mother and father, Margaret−Anne and Larry Reda; sister, Rae−Anne Prinster (Mark); and her nephews and niece, Joshua, Lucas, and Rebecca. A funeral service will be held at Holy Trinity Church, 2725 Lonsdale on Wednesday, June 5th at 11 am, with a reception to follow.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the following two charities in honour of Carol-Anne:

http://bccancerfoundation.com/CarolAnneCampbell

https://www.paulsugarfoundation.com/donate-online.html



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Service Details

  • Funeral Mass

    Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 | 11:00am
    When
    Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 11:00am
    Location
    Holy Trinity Catholic Church
    Address
    2725 Lonsdale Avenue
    NORTH VANCOUVER, BC V7N 3J2
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Officiant
    Rev. Augustine Obiwumma
  • Reception

    Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 | 12:00pm - 2:00pm
    When
    Wednesday, June 5th, 2019 12:00pm - 2:00pm
    Location
    Holy Trinity Catholic Church
    Address
    2725 Lonsdale Avenue
    NORTH VANCOUVER, BC V7N 3J2
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email

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Susan Smith Doucet

Posted at 10:22am
I had the pleasure of working with Carol-Anne on a few occasions as the new trainer from Nova Scotia when she took me under her wing. Her passion for her family was evident in our conversations and I enjoyed our after hours dinners together and even a ball game in Toronto. Please accept my sincere sympathy. Susan Smith Doucet
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Posted at 11:37pm
"Carol-Anne Campbell" will remain in our hearts forever. With deepest sympathy Kathleen, Richard and Elizabeth Kummen
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Joanie Trainor

Posted at 02:27pm
Justin and Ian Carol-Anne talked about you both so much I feel as if I know you some how. I had the great joy of meeting Carol-Anne when she came to Newfoundland in February 2015 to do some training at our office. We became instant friends. She was staying at a local hotel, but with very little coaxing she left her hotel and stayed with me for the remainder of her trip. We spent a very snowy Valentines Day together in a restaurant all alone and had the best night!! We laughed, talked and drank the whole night away. She thought I was crazy to be out in such weather, but I told her I wouldn't endanger our lives and that this was part of the joy of living here. She went back to BC, but we realized we were kinda soul sisters and after a couple of conversations I managed to get her back to NL in August 2015 where myself and my sister Dawn took her to Burlington to a beautiful, simple but extraordinary Folk Festival. We had a magnificent time and on the last night as we sat wrapped in a blank together listening to the band, there was a huge full moon and a sky bursting with stars. The sea was as calm as a clock and she looked at me with such joy and peace and said that this was one of the most magical moments of her life. I am beyond grateful to have shared those moments with her and that I was able to have such a wonderful friend for such a short time. Please accept my sincere condolences. God speed Carol-Anne and I hope we meet again. xo
 

Schnitzel VonKrumm Posted at 10:31pm

Hi Joanie - Carol-Anne talked about you and that Folk Festival time and time again. I believe 'The Fortunate Ones' played? She was so taken with that duo that we traveled to Comox on Vancouver Island to see them again a year later. She loved Newfoundland, from kissing the cod, to spending time with extraordinary people such as yourself. Thank you for sharing your story. Big hugs from the family. Justin.
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