Gail Campbell

Gail Ann Campbell (Souza)

Monday, October 9th, 1939 - Wednesday, September 9th, 2020
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West Yarmouth — Mrs. Gail Ann Campbell, who resided in West Yarmouth, MA,
born October 9, 1939 in Attleboro, MA, peacefully passed away after a long illness
on September 9, 2020 at the age of 80 years.

Born Gail Ann Souza, daughter of the late Antonio Souza and Barbara Fisher-
Souza. She is preceded by her sister Judith Souza.

Surviving family includes her loving husband of 36 years, William Campbell; her
loving mini greyhound Fionna; brothers Gary and Mark Souza of Port St. Lucy,
FL; daughter Rhonda Hart and husband Jason Hart of Ft. Lauderdale, FL;
daughter Robyn Dorer and husband Jeffery Dorer of Plainville, MA; Son Peter
Campbell and wife Lori Campbell of West Yarmouth, MA; William Campbell Jr.
and wife Nancy Campbell of West Yarmouth, MA; 14 grandchildren and 9 great
grandchildren; 2 nieces and 2 nephews.

Gail worked at Ryan Family Amusement for 15 years before retiring.
She was an amazing cook, loved gardening and a phenomenal seamstress. Her
greatest passion was painting and art. She loved traveling, and visiting FL. She
had many loving friends.

Memorials can be forwarded to the ASPCA; or (800) 628-0028.
Services are Private. Arrangements are by Bartlett Funeral Home, Plymouth,

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Russ Heroux

Posted at 07:43pm
Our deepest sympathies to her family.
May she rest in peace.
Russ and Queenie Heroux

Brittany Mackie

Posted at 03:42pm
Gram, I can’t imagine life without you and not getting to hear your voice. I’ll always remember being little and going to see Stuart Little in the theaters, tagging along to your painting classes, and sleeping over your house in the summer. I’m going to miss just chatting around the kitchen island with you. You are such a strong, inspiring, and talented person. I’ll miss your sense of humor and perspective so much. Love and miss you, Brittany

Nicholas campbell

Posted at 04:07pm
I love you!!!!!! You were always there to push me, you were always there if I was hungry, and you always knew the right thing to say when things were good and bad. Nick jr and your “babygirl”(Julianna) will never ever forget the memories. Your in our hearts Now, and forever. I love you Gram!!!
Nicholas, Nick jr, Julianna

Rhonda Hart Posted at 06:47pm

My mom loved you babies, you as well she always worried a but you, I know you lo e her so much 💗

Stacey Bisnette

Posted at 07:53pm
Gram, I am sad that I will no longer hear your voice but I am glad you are no longer suffering. I hope you are somewhere painting and sharing your love of the beauty of art. It was one of the things that we shared and made me proud. I only wish I had the chance to have one of your pieces as my own. You were the one person that saw in me what others did not and I will always value that. What I cherished most was that time could pass between speaking but no matter what, when we did speak it was as though no time had passed at all. I will miss that fierceness but charming whit and your ability to make Halloween into the best holiday ever!
Love your “Stacey Girl”

Rhonda Hart Posted at 05:16pm

Mom, I was so happy to spend so much time with you, I learned things about you and Bill that made me see what a wonderful man and family you were in. I will always Treasure The Times we had together in Florida, The Laughs sitting by the pool while you told me so many stories of your life, I was so intrigued And learned about you more. We had so many secrets together and how we talked Sometimes 3 times A-day. When I held your face That day in the hospital you Were so beautiful ,Your skin was so soft And I squeezed your hands and kissed your forehead. Who told you how much I loved you We always had that little thing That you would say but I love you more And I'd repeat no I love more! That will be my forever beautiful memory . I love you whole heartedly You will always be in my heart, And thoughts, I look forward to the day I see you again. You are my angel ..walk beside always. Your loving daughter Rhonda

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