John "Jack" Campbell
1946 - 2021
Jardine Funeral Home
8 Princes' Street West
Fenelon Falls, ON

From the start, you were after my heart.

You cheated death several times.

This time God said you are Mine.

The last time you got sick, It was something you couldn't lick.

As you got worse, I didn't know that your body said that it's time to go.

You put up a valiant fight, I think we both knew the end was in sight.

Covid protocol kept us apart, that really broke my heart.

We didn't get to say our good-byes, when I think of that there are tears in my eyes.

We had a great time traveling this land, When you took your last breath,

I held your hand.

I hope that you know that

I loved you so.

We can no longer together roam, you are now in your heavenly home.

You will always be in my heart.


In loving memory,

Judith Campbell

John "Jack" Campbell
Published by The Herald (Everett) from Sep. 12 to Sep. 13, 2021.
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I'm so sorry to hear of Mr. Campbell's passing. He was my advisor at Mariner while he was Vice Principle. By the end of my senior year, he wasn't just my advisor but, rather, a friend. I have so many great memories and count myself lucky to have shared a season of my life with him. God Bless, Gwen
Gwen Skegrud Bacon
October 2, 2021
Mr. Campbell was my math teacher at Snohomish High School in 1959. He was one of my favorite teachers along with Mr. Clayton. I'm so sorry to hear of his passing. Sincerely, Lola
Lola C.
September 23, 2021
Jacks teaching ability carried from the classroom to the fire station. He taught me how to drive and operate a fire engine. He was truly a mentor to many, and a great man. His son Tom is an excellent reflection of his dad, a sad loss. My condolences. So sorry for your loss.
Greg Osborne
September 14, 2021
So very sorry to hear of Mr, Campbell"s passing. He was my geography teacher at Snohomish when the junior and the senior hi were together. He was a very dedicated and caring teacher. Rest in peace.
Julie Miller
September 13, 2021
Dear Judith, Jack was Vice Principal at Mariner when I attended. He was a kind gracious man. Later in life I got to see him at other events. Always again gracious and kind. I am so sorry for your loss. Love, your PEO sister
Kristi Holtgeerts Rosenberger
September 13, 2021
Tommy and Carolyn, I´m sorry to hear of your dads passing. It brings a smile to my face of the many get togethers my mom, dad and myself had at your folks place. Great memories!
Bonnie "Corey" Silcox
September 13, 2021
I knew Jack most of my life. He was my math and geography teacher when I was in High School. We sang together in several programs that involved multiple church choirs when he was a member of Everett Presbyterian Church. I always had great admiration for mentoring. Rest in Peace Jack. P.S. Not sure how he could've been two years younger than me and still be my teacher.
William F. Berst
September 12, 2021
Carolyn and Tom, I was so sorry to hear of your dad´s passing. I will always treasure our time as neighbors. May God´s grace comfort you and your families during this sad time.
Ellen Thomas-Gellene
September 12, 2021
Remembering all the years you spent at Mariner and Explorer mentoring students and staff to make education such an Important journey for all. You were always one of the Administrators we all looked up to.
John Simila
September 12, 2021
I am deeply saddened to hear of Jack's passing. He was a dedicated educator and a good friend.
Larry Aalbu
September 12, 2021
Gordon Moulton
September 8, 2021
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