In Loving Memory Of
Shirley Campbell
1948 ~ 2024

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the peaceful passing of Shirley Campbell, 75, on Wednesday, April 10th, 2024, at her home in Moncton.

Born in Southfield, NB, she was the daughter of the late Helen and the late Ira McLong.

Shirley will be sadly missed by her six children: Fred Campbell (Waverly) of Salisbury, Heather Brown (Ken) of Wilmot, NS, Douglas Campbell (Nora) of Moncton, Kevin Campbell (Sophie) of Moncton, Eldon Jr. Campbell (Michelle) of Alberta, and Jason Campbell (Tina) of Moncton; her sister, Christina DeVautour (Tim) of NS; as well as several grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, and nephews.

Besides her parents, she was predeceased by her first husband, Eldon Campbell in 1999; and her second husband, David Hinsdale in 2018.

Shirley was a life member of Second North River Women’s Institute for 20 years. She worked at UPS for 10 years before her job at Canadian Tire.

Visitations for Shirley will be held at Passage (625 Mountain Road, Moncton) on Wednesday, April 17th, 2024, from 7:00pm until 9:00pm. There will be no funeral service.

Donations in memory of Shirley can be made to a charity of your choice.

The family invites you to sign an online book of condolences at:
www.funerairepassagefuneral.ca

Arrangements under the professional care of
Passage Funeral Co-operative and Cremation Centre

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6 comments

  1. I will miss you sis , our calls , or when it seem we where playing phone tag, if it wasn’t you need to take the other line it was me,, But the calls we where able to have, I surly miss, love you sis. I know your family will miss you dearly, So with a heavy heart , My love goes to your family at this time,

  2. Shirley was full of piss n vinegar and had the biggest heart. Had mad knitting skills as well. We worked together at UPS and she left an impression. The world was a better place with her in it.

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