Obituary of Barbara Glenn Campbell
Barbara Glenn (Barb) Campbell
1936 – 2020
Barbara Glenn (Barb) Campbell, 83, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, passed away on Friday, December 18th, 2020 at the Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
Barb was born at home near Kelliher, Saskatchewan to Arthur and Ada Riedel on Tuesday, December 22, 1936. She went to high school in Kelliher and graduated in 1955. She went on to earn a Laboratory Technician diploma. She was the first person to ever graduate from that program at Peterborough Civic Hospital, in Peterborough, Ont. She worked as a laboratory technician for 10 years and then went on to be a homemaker. Barb enjoyed spending time with family and friends. Barb was also very generous with her time and giving where she could, to who she could. Barb was a very active blood donor with Canadian Blood Donor Services. She had donated more than 300 times, her final donation was January 2015 at 78 years old!
Barb is survived by her son Clayton Campbell of Okotoks, AB, daughter, June(David) Hudson of High River, AB and son John(Linda) Campbell of Three Hills, AB, sister Myrtle Baxter of Saskatoon, SK, brother Allan(Jeanette) Riedel of Kelliher, SK, sister Valarie Ouellette of Airdre, AB and brother Stanley(Glenda) Riedel of Lloydminster,SK.
Barb is also survived by her grandchildren: Jessica(Blair) Ray of Longview AB, Erin(Randy)Mitchell of High River,AB, Dylan(Andrea) Hudson of Black Diamond,AB, Thomas Campbell of Edmonton, AB and Emma-Lee Campbell of Three Hills,AB and great grandchildren Saoirse abs Rowan Mitchell of High River, AB and Drake Ray, Blake Branconnier of Blackfalds, AB. She is also survived by numerous wonderful nieces and nephews. Barb is preceded in death by her husband Thomas “Wilf” Campbell, mother Ada Riedel, father Arthur Riedel, sister Bethune Resner and daughter in law Elizabeth Campbell.
Memorial Donations may be made to either the WarAmps, STARS, Red Cross, Salvation Army or to the Canadian Cancer Society
A Memorial service will be held once Covid-19 allows us to have larger gatherings.
Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Barbara
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Death notice for the town of: Saskatoon, Province: Saskatchewan