LabelleCampbell Henriette  2017

LabelleCampbell Henriette 2017

2017
Labelle-Campbell, Henriette
Passed away peacefully at Hospice Prince Edward, Picton
on Thursday, December 28th, 2017
HENRIETTE LABELLE-CAMPBELL
In her 82nd year
Loving wife of the late Tom Campbell, who passed in 2015,
and predeceased by her brother Robert Szabo of St. Jerome, Quebec.
Henriette spent nearly 20 years as the event coordinator at the Waring House,
sharing her love for planning weddings & events with many people.
She will be sadly missed by loved ones, Ashley, Shane and Loretta Cameron and her cherished friends and neighbours.
Special thanks to Chris and Norah Rogers and her Waring House Family, the amazing team at
Hospice Prince Edward, Heather Campbell, Dr. Sarah LeBlanc, Dr. Norma Charriere and Rev. Audrey Whitney.
Henriette’s love of animals and her kind-hearted, caring and helping nature will
always be remembered by those who knew her.
Memorial Donations to Hospice Prince Edward would be appreciated.
Arrangements entrusted to the
AINSWORTH FUNERAL HOME,
288 NOXON AVENUE, WELLINGTON
Online donations and condolences at
www.ainsworthfuneralhome.com
Memorial Donations may be made by cheque and mailed to
Hospice Prince Edward, 40 Downes Avenue, Picton, ON K0K 2T0
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