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Patricia Violet Campbell (Slocombe)

February 10, 2024


July 18, 1952 - February 10, 2024

In Loving Memory ~

Patricia Violet Campbell (Slocombe) was taken from us in a tragic vehicle accident Saturday February 10th, 2024.

Forever lovingly remembered and deeply missed by her fiancé, Bruce MacNeill, her daughters, Tracy (Curt) Boechler, Skylar and Pryce, Charmaine (Stephan) Lacoursiere, Mackenzie and Madison, Jasmine (Matt) Green, Jordan, Kylee, and Taya who made up the entirety of her world.

Besides her immediate family, Patricia is survived by her sisters, Cairin (Ed), Nelda (Mac), sister-in-law Barb (Ron), and brother Larry (Arlene) and many nieces and nephews.

Patricia is predeceased by her parents, Stan and Violet Slocombe and brother David.

Patricia was born July 18, 1952 in Biggar SK and raised on the family farm North West of Rosetown SK. She married Grant Campbell and started their family in Saskatoon before moving to Rosetown where they owned and operated the Voyageur Esso and several other businesses.

They moved to Wynndel BC in 1997 where she enjoyed expressing her green thumb in her beautiful yard and gardens. Mom loved having her horses, King and Benji, and her dogs Ireland and Daisy with her in the yard.

She expressed her love for her family in baking everybody's favourites. She was passionate in creating a very warm and welcoming home where everyone felt her beautiful caring nature. Patricia found her artistic talent and created many paintings and art projects.

In 2011 Patricia moved to Creston embracing her independence that included many girls trips full of love, laughter, kayaking, wine, and shopping. Her friendships were important and developed into deep and meaningful lifelong connections.

In 2017 she met Bruce, and those close to her quickly saw a playful romance. Bruce adored Patricia and spoiled her with his gentlemanly kindness. Patricia opened her heart and loved Bruce immensely, which brought her great happiness. She moved to Cranbrook to be with Bruce and they made a loving home together with more family to love.

Cranbrook brought sunshine, golfing, and many day trips exploring and eating out. Mom and Bruce enjoyed vacationing to many sunny destinations. On July 18th, 2023 they were engaged.

Our Mom will always be remembered for her loving touch, beautiful eyes, warm smile, class, and devotion to her loved ones. Her girls will deeply cherish her familiar scent forever.

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