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John 'Jack' Neish Campbell

November 15, 1937 ~ October 17, 2023 (age 85) 85 Years Old

John 'Jack' Campbell Obituary

It is with heartfelt sorrow that I announce the passing of my husband of 62 years, John "Jack" Neish Campbell, who left us on Tuesday, October 17, 2023.

John was a native Calgarian. He graduated from the University of Calgary and worked for many years in the Seismic/Oil & Gas Industry. He was involved in many start-up companies, most prominently, Lead Geophysical Ltd.

His passions, to highlight a few, were hunting, fishing, hockey, the Fraser Highlanders, and his time spent on his home acreages. John later turned to other opportunities during the downfall of the Oil & Gas Industry.

John is survived by his wife Gail, daughter Cheryl Davies, son Derrick Campbell (Rhonda), son Jeffrey Campbell (Angela); grandchildren Shaeann Davies, Brendan Campbell (Jasmine Sulko), Madison Campbell (Landon Tkachuk), and Mackenzie (Campbell) Somers; great-grandchildren Calem Worrall, and Parker and Rylan Tkachuk. John was predeceased by his parents George and Annie Campbell, brother Linton (Norma) Campbell, son Jason Campbell, son-in-law Rob Davies and grandson Jarrett Davies.

We are all fortunate to have had you in our life, Jack, and we will miss you dearly. You were a loving soul.

A family and friend Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

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