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John Richard Campbell

October 20, 1952 ~ September 6, 2021 (age 68)
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Rockport - John Richard Campbell, born in Woolwich, Maine October 20,1952. Passed away September 6, 2021 from complications from a long term illness.

He enjoyed going to baseball games, listening to music; especially the blues, taking car rides and road trips to various events with his executive dedicated caretaker, Joe Kuhn of Rockport, Maine as well as going on fishing excursions in the midcoast area.

John is survived by his siblings; Thomas Campbell of Grand Rapids, Michigan, Colin Campbell of Milton, Georgia, Margaret Plummer of Bath, Maine, Jane Campbell of Saco, Maine and David Morin (brother-in-law) of Milford Massachusetts.

He was predeceased by his parents; Richard Joseph Campbell and Rosemary Ann Campbell of Woolwich, Maine along with a younger sibling Elizabeth Morin of Milford, Massachusetts.

He is also survived by five nephews and four nieces who live in various parts of the US.

There will be a Celebration of Life held in Thomaston, Maine October 31st, 26 Clark Street from 11 am- 2 pm. and a private graveside service at Riverside Cemetery in Day’s Ferry November 1st.

Donations can be made to: Community Connect Maine, 84 Boulder Drive, Auburn, Maine 04210

Community Connect Maine provides support to people with developmental disabilities and their communities.  

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Services

Graveside Service
Monday
November 1, 2021

11:00 AM
Riverside Cemetery Days Ferry
Days Ferry Road
Woolwich, ME 04579

Donations

Community Connect Maine
84 Boulder Drive, Auburn ME 04210
Tel: 1-207-754-3435
Email: khumphrey.phadv@gmail.com
Web: https://www.communityconnectme.org/

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