In Memory of Ronald Donald Campbell 1945 – 2007
Ronald Donald Campbell, resident of Montney, British Columbia, former resident of Melville, Saskatchewan, passed away on Thursday, February 8, 2007 at 61 years of age in Fort St. John, British Columbia.
Ronald was born on May 5, 1945 in Salmon Arm, British Columbia as the fourth child to parents John and Edna Campbell. He loved fishing and hunting with his son Shane and brother Robert. Ron shared his knowledge and also his catch with many.
Ron graduated high school in Salmon Arm and later went on to work at the Alcan Smelter in Kitimat. He was a heavy equipment operator at Eurocan in Kitimat and later a truck driver at Roy Saunders Hauling.
In 1986 Ron moved to Melville, Saskatchewan and was partner in King George Hotel until he retired in 2003 due to poor health.
Ron will be fondly remembered by his wife Marvel; children Marnie Faherty and Shane Campbell; grandchildren Amanda and Arielle Faherty; sisters Marjorie (Darwin) Churchill and Doreen (Larry) Churchill.
Ron was predeceased by his parents John and Edna Campbell and brother Robert Campbell.
At Ron’s request no service was held. Donations may be made to ‘The Darren Almond Memorial Travel Fund’ or ‘ The Kidney Foundation.’
Arrangements were under the direction of Bergeron Funeral Service and Crematorium Ltd., Fort St. John, British Columbia.