Theresa Agnes Campbell (nee Schill)
In Memory of
Theresa Agnes Campbell (nee Schill)
April 11th, 1931 - March 1st, 2024

Place of Death

Braemar Retirement Centre, Wingham


Theresa Agnes Campbell (nee Schill), beloved wife of the late Robert William Campbell, formerly of Lucknow, passed away at Braemar Retirement Centre, Wingham on Friday March 1, 2024 at the age of 92.  She was born in Lebret, Saskatchewan on April 11, 1931 daughter of the late Gertrude (Messner) and Herbert Schill.  Dear Mother of Linda Marie (Ralph) Bublitz of Mount Forest.  Greatly missed by daughter-in-law Betty Campbell of Winnipeg, 4 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren.  Also survived by sister Zita Cox of Brantford.  Predeceased by son Wayne, sisters Margaret Quackenbush and Ann O’Hagen and brother Alfred Schill.  Following Theresa’s wishes cremation has taken place and private family arrangements have been entrusted to the MacKenzie & McCreath Funeral Home, Lucknow. 


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Message from Jennifer McNeil (Cox)2024-03-29 23:34:22
I’m so sorry for your loss. Aunt Theresa was such a kind woman. I’ll always remember the time her and Uncle Bob brought 2 baby goats to the farm for me in a Pampers diaper box. I named them Nanny and Sally. I have many fond memories of her crafting as well. May she Rest In Peace. ❤️
Message from Malcolm Benn2024-03-16 15:53:12
Bev and I were sorry to hear of Theresa’s passing. We have lots of good memories of visits in Waterloo and Point Clark with Theresa and Bob. Cherish the memories.
Message from Barb Hayden2024-03-07 10:37:23
Sending the family of Theresa my condolences and sympathy. I met Theresa a few years ago while visiting my friend, Fred Schneider. She would drop into Fred's in her little 'red' car - always in a hurry. Her hands were never still - making scarfs, pot & pan scrubbies (I still have a few in my kitchen drawer), etc. I know she volunteered at R-Villa, and was very active in the little Anglican Church. Such a caring person she was!!! May memories of her help you through your grieving process.
Message from Roy Douglas2024-03-07 08:08:22
My condolence to the family she was a neighbor and a great person