Gordon Campbell

Gordon Campbell

Saturday, September 21st, 1935 - Monday, May 31st, 2021
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CAMPBELL: James Gordon “Soup” was born September 21, 1935 in the RM of Glenwood and passed away at Hillcrest Place Personal Care Home on Monday, May 31, 2021. Gordon enjoyed his career in occupational services at BMHC where he was noted for a great rapport with his clients. A lover of sports, he played fastball and hockey. His fondest memories were of the old timers’ hockey team where his sense of humour was enjoyed by all. Gord was predeceased by his parents, three siblings, stepson Rick Brown and brother-in-law Barry McPhee. He is survived by his wife Karen; five children: Kerry, Craig, Kevin (Heather), Shauna (Craig Maitland) and Janet; stepson Randy (Debbie) Brown; numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren; brother-in-law Jim (Karen) Harrod, sisters-in-law Joan (Doug) Atkins and Judy McPhee; and several nieces and nephews. A private graveside service took place at Rosewood Memorial Gardens on Thursday, June 3, 2021. Donations in memory of Gordon may be made to Hillcrest Place Personal Care Home – Recreation Department, 930 – 26th Street, Brandon, MB R7B 2B8.

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Stanley Chan/Susin Cadman

Posted at 08:46pm
Shauna, Craig and Family: Sorry for your loss. One of the most striking things about Gord that I remember was how much he seemed to really love his job, and the people he worked with. Very welcoming always wanting to make the people around him feel at home.

Gary Ewen

Posted at 02:33pm
Karen and Family: Please accept my condolences on your loss of Gord. I played Old Timers Hockey with Soup for many years and
particularly remember the many spring bus trips we took to the Estevan Strippers Annual Tournament. Soup was a great team guy
and a pleasure to know. On one of his last trips he was named as the "Oldest player in the tournament". RIP "Soup"

Polly Schoonbaert

Posted at 11:55am
Karen, I was so sad to hear of the passing of Gord. I will always remember you guys at my shows singing and enjoying the music. Sending you love and positivity.
Polly Schoonbaert (Brandon)

Harlene and Ken

Posted at 04:05pm
Karen and family, Ken and I were saddened to hear of Gordie's passing. We have fond memories of Gord and you all.
Know we are thinking about you!
Harlene and Ken (Victoria BC)

John & Marie Holleman

Posted at 12:31pm
Karen and family John and I were saddened to hear about Gord’s passing we go back a long time and have many fond memories with Gord(soup) as we loved calling him. John played ball with Gord and we had lots of good times those days. We send our condolences and will remember the good and fond memories

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