In Memory of Brian Campbell
It is with deep sorrow and much love that we mourn the passing of Brian Clayton Campbell at the age of 69 on June 8, 2022. He will be lovingly remembered by his wife Tanya (Bigras) Campbell; his children Kevin (Krissy), Ashley, and Nelson; and his stepchildren Tasha (Diego), Mischa and Tristan. Cherished Papi to Shane, Emilio, Carmine, and Carter. Cherished Grampa Buttons to Samantha, Jordyn, Jeremy, Kenleigh, Dorian, Robin, Silas, Alannah and Tommy. He will be greatly missed by sister Brenda (Gary) and brothers Bradley, Bruce (Csilla) and Billy, as well as brother-in-law Steve (Beth). Predeceased by his parents Reg and Flora Campbell; brothers Bobby and Butch; sisters Barbara and Liz. Brian was an avid NASCAR fan who loved to spend as much time as he could in his “happy place” at the cottage relaxing and listening to his favourite tunes. A profound thank you to the palliative doctors and nurses at Elisabeth Bruyère Hospital for their care and compassion. A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
Brian was a great friend to me and my family. We spent a great amount of time at the cottage each year. I’ve learned a lot from him. He will be dearly missed. Tanya and family. Please accept our sincere condolences for your loss.
Grandpa Buttons was always a joy to be around always laughing and making jokes! He was a a strong role model to all his children and grandchildren, and was always making sure everyone felt like a part of the family! From day one of meeting Brain (my father in law) he always made me feel welcomed and always made sure I knew how happy he was to see Kevin and I start a life together! He was one person that never made me or my children feel distant from the family and made sure everyone was treated as his own! I loved the time I had with Brian and all the stories he told me about my husband and all the dumb things he did growing up! I always enjoyed all the jokes and stories he told! Kevin himself was always looking to Make his dad proud in every sense of the term, and during his last moments with us he made it clear to Kevin that he is so proud of him and everything he’s accomplished and the tight knit family we created from all the ‘puzzle pieces’ we put together, and see how that made Kevin feel has made his last moments, all though heartbreaking as they were, another memory of Brian I will cherish forever! I promise to make sure every single grand child we raise will know what a loving, hilarious, and amazing Grandpa buttons they had and all the little stories that came along with him! I’m honoured to call him my father in law and honoured to be a part of this family! We will deeply miss you Grandpa Buttons and I hope where ever you are they have nascar!! We love you always and you’ll forever be in our hearts!
Our sincerest condolences for Tania and all the family, you have our deepest sympathy and unwavering support. Wishing you and family peace, comfort, courage and a lot of love at this time of sorrow. We send ours prayers to you and your family during this difficult time.
You will be deeply missed by all. For as long as I can remember you were the funny Uncle! You made every tense situation that much lighter by cracking a joke. I will never forget the time you told grandma she matched her curtains. I will forever miss but never forget Your goofy faces, your sense of humor, your love for your family and most of all how great of an uncle you were. I promise to help Kevin and Krissy with the little ones and be their crazy aunt. May you Rest in peace with no more pain. I love you always Uncle Button xoxo
One more silly face I have to share
Sincere condolences to the Campbell family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of sadness.
Among Brian’s talents was his capacity to love children and make them feel happy and important. He was always ready to involve them in his activities and careful to ensure their well being.
One of my fondest memories of Brian was when we gathered for family dinners. I was always amazed at his uncanny skill of loading his dinner plate with food, it was an engineering feat.
Brian was a loving, caring man and was always considerate of others. He was a good husband to my sister Tanya, and made her happy. He will be greatly missed.