DAVID “MARK” CAMPBELL
of Bloomfield, Ontario
JUNE 16TH, 1959 – MAY 18TH, 2019
Embraced in the presence of four generations of his family at his side, our so dearly loved Mark died
peacefully at his family’s cottage on the morning of Saturday, May 18th, 2019.
Mark’s profound faith in Jesus guided him in his living and comforted him in his dying.
While Marky leaves us all with a gaping hole in our hearts, the gifts of so many indelible memories
and influences fill our hearts with wonder and gratefulness to have been alongside this spontaneous,
intense, passionate and fun-loving character.
Cherished son and Harley buddy of Gary and BJ Campbell.
Irreplaceable gem of a husband and very best friend of Heather Campbell.
Faithful and fun(ny) Dad and friend of Billi and Stephen Prinzen and Scott and Anastasia Campbell.
Spirited and adoring Grampy of Will and Luke Prinzen and Emerson and Lucia Campbell.
Banty rooster and sparky brother of Ron and Diane Campbell,
Terry Rutherford and the late Sandy Rutherford, Wendy and Dean Goodman.
Dear son-in-law of Helen Rutherford and the late Bill Rutherford, and stepson-in-law of Alle Wagenaar.
Along with his extended Campbell and Rutherford families,
Funcle Mark is fondly remembered by his nieces and nephews; Veronica Campbell and Greg Campbell,
Selena (Phil) Prinzen, Ashley (Jeff) Smith, Tucker Goodman and Emma Goodman.
Friends may visit with the family at the
AINSWORTH FUNERAL HOME,
288 NOXON AVENUE, WELLINGTON
on Wednesday, May 29thfrom 6-8 p.m. and on Thursday, May 30thfrom 1-3 and 6-8 p.m.
Remembrances of Mark’s joy, spunk, laughter and his compassionate heart
will be shared at a celebration of Mark’s life to be held on
Friday, May 31st, 2019 at 9:57 am
with a gathering to follow until 1:27 pm
in the Highline Hall at the Wellington & District Community Centre
111 Belleville Street, Wellington, ON
Reverend Greg Wyton officiating.
For the exemplary and compassionate care received while a patient at Picton Hospital
\and for the joy his Friday afternoon DJ gig brought him; should you wish to make a donation in memory of Mark,
the family would ask that you consider a donation to the
Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital Building Fund or 99.3 County FM.
Mark’s family would like to express their deep appreciation for the tender loving care and support Mark received
from the doctors and nurses at Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital and Kingston Regional Cancer Centre,
Belleville General Hospital – Lisa Camp, Dr.Emma Robinson, Dr. Negar Chooback;
Prince Edward Family Health Team; Hospice Prince Edward; LHIN Home Care – Sabrina Zanetti;
Victorian Order of Nurses – Kim van Haarlem, Anne Robinson and Roxanne Damon;
Dr. Graham Burke for his compassionate care and expertise, Dana Foster and April Shier;
Sherry Karlo and the awesome team who put together our family extravaganza with the Toronto Maple Leafs,
the generosity of the Go Fund Me #cheerforgrampy; the generosity of the Meal Train and all those who shared food with us; Kyle and Christine DenOuden and Gerry and Lisa O’Toole who made certain we always had enough beds for our Campbell Clan;
Rev. Gregg Lawson and the Bethany Church community, Rev. Greg Wyton and
all those who shared in the comfort and power of prayer;
Tod Lavender of Ainsworth Funeral Home; Dan Foster of Heritage Monuments;
and our treasured family and dear friends who have loved on us and carried us
and we just know they will continue to do so.
Truly it does “take a village” and we are grateful beyond words for all those who shook the love with us!
Online donations and condolences at
Memorial Donations to the PEC Memorial Hospital Foundation may be made by cheque
and mailed to PECMH Foundation, 403 Main Street, Picton, ON K0K 2T0
Memorial Donations to 99.3 County FM may be made by cheque and mailed to
99.3 County FM, 2 - 38 Cold Storage Road , Picton, ON. K0K 2T0
To qualify for a tax receipt, make the cheque payable to “County Community Foundation” with “99.3 County FM” in the memo space.