Condolence & Memory Journal

Sorry to hear of Uncle Paul's passing prayers for Aunt Connie and my cousins.

Posted by Thomas Hunewill - Baltimore, MD - Family   April 01, 2020

So sorry to hear of Mr. Campbell's passing. We shared many years as neighbors and we send prayers to all for comfort at this time.

Posted by Armando and Judy (Gilbert) Rivera - Searcy, AR   March 20, 2020

Jim, Stacy, Heather and Cheryl, and to all the Campbells:
So sorry to hear of Roberts passing. My thoughts are with you through this difficult time.

Posted by Norma LeBlanc - Manchester, NH   March 13, 2020

So sorry for your loss...I took the day off work to go to the wake ( and go to the dentist) but woke up with a stomach bug, so I will not be there to give my condolences in person. Mr. Campbell was a wonderful person...I will always remember those mornings riding in the back of his tiny car, his head almost bumping the roof inside, the year the bus company went on strike and he became my ride to school in junior high! He was the right mixture of tough and compassionate to be a good dad for those of us passing through his home. Heaven gains another good one!

Posted by Kathleen Steinmetz - Manchester, NH - Family Friend   March 11, 2020

Gods Speed, Uncle Bob. Your Nephew, Jeff

Posted by Jeff Pinkham - Gaylesvile, AL, AL - Family   March 10, 2020

Rest In Peace, Bob. Your dedication, kindness, and sense of humor will always be remembered by your fellow NH Retired Men's Cribbage Club members.

Posted by Eric Gaumond - Manchester, NH - Acquaintance   March 10, 2020


Uncle Bob had the best sense of humor. He always kept you on your toes, you never knew what he was going to say next. He and Aunt Connie were perfectly matched that way ... she could dish it right back! I'm going to miss him very much but I have many wonderful memories. Thank you for that, Uncle Bob!

Posted by Michele Gilbert - Pembroke, NH - Family   March 10, 2020

Mr. Campbell was my 5th grade teacher at Maple Ave. Such a great teacher. I have many memories of him. RIP.

Posted by Tracy Weilbrenner - Student   March 10, 2020

My heartfelt sympathies to Mr. Campbell's family. I had him as a teacher many moons ago. He was a kind and caring man who made a lasting impression on his students. May he rest in peace.

Posted by Kathy Buxton Freeman - Goffstown, NH   March 10, 2020