Condolence: I was so sorry to hear that Bruce had passed away, and at such a young age. I remember visiting him and his family regularly at the cottage on Dog Lake when I lived there with my dad, Dave Faulkner, in 1978. The Campbells always made me feel so welcome.
Sincere condolences to his family.
Condolence: My deepest condolences to Barb and family. Bruce was never without a smile and I will always hear his laughter when I think of him. "May the sun shine warm upon your face; May the rains fall softly upon your fields. Until we meet again, May God hold you in the hollow of His hand."
Condolence: Barb and family, Pat, Ron and Mark and families I send my sincere condolences. We met Bruce when he was just a young boy living on Dog Lake next door to us, we watched him grow into a handsome beautiful young man under the loving watchful eye of Howard and Pat, and the teasing and prodding from his big but loving brothers Ron and Mark. There will be a big void in the Campbell family. Bruce left this life far too young.Sending my love and prayers to the family. Sharon.
Condolence: Dear Barb and Bruce's family who Bruce spoke of lovingly and with pride, I am so very sorry for your loss. Bruce had a way to make every day more enjoyable with his great spirit and by making those around him laugh. Bruce provided encouragement and support to his co-workers, was a great travel buddy, and a wonderful friend. He will be truly missed.
My sincerest sympathies,
I am extremely sorry for the loss you have suffered. Bruce was an incredible man and a role model for me growing up. Bruce was a major factor in what I’ve been able to achieve in my career. He was the most supportive, caring and thoughtful man even when he didn’t need to be. I am incredibly thankful for everything he did for me and the opportunity to have him in my life. He will be missed dearly by everyone who knew him.
Condolence: We are so sorry to learn that Bruce has passed away. He was certainly one of a kind and would light up the room when he arrived. When asked how he was doing, he would say “if I was doing any better, I would have to hand in my OHIP card!”
We will miss you Bruce, and our condolences are with his extended family.
Tim and Helene
Condolence: Dear Barb and all the Campbell family,
We are so sorry to hear of Bruce's passing. This week has brought a flood of memories of many summers of camping and swimming and of Boxing Day extravaganzas. Lots of laughs and jokes. To Barb, Ron, Mark and Aunt Pat, Dave and I are sending love and prayers.
Condolence: Words cannot express our feelings over the loss of Bruce. He was so kind, thoughtful and sincerely concerned about the people around him. His attention and interest in each of us made us feel special. His wonderful sense of humour added another beautiful dimension to this great guy. We truly appreciate and are lucky that Bruce touched our lives. Love from all of us.