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In memory of Sean Campbell

Sean Campbell



4 February 22


The family of the late Sean Campbell would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to the people of Laurencetown and wider Tullylish Parish who offered their friendship, kindness and compassion to us in our recent sad loss.
Although Sean hadn't lived in the parish for many decades a little piece of his heart and soul still "resided" in the village.
Until ill health restricted him , barely a week went by when Sean and his beloved Muriel didn't pay a visit to Laurencetown to see the in-laws, chat with old friends and neighbours and hear the craic at The Point !
He valued the importance of roots and family.
A regular trip up to Liostullyard allowed Sean to indulge his love and pride
of local history and recall boyhood pastimes with the O'Hagan's and Geoghans etc .
It also provided a wonderful natural stage for his homespun fairy tales not surprisingly featuring a little girl named Anne and a wee boy called James ....and their dog called Bow Wow !
In his own quiet and unassuming way Sean valued greatly the love and support given to him by his sisters Sally and the late Kathleen , his brothers Plunkett and Eamon and the late Art , and their families.
He was always a firm favourite with his Laurencetown / Gilford nephews and neices. Their generosity of time and kindness of spirit during the wake and funeral and in the days that followed will always be remembered.

To all of you who braved the inclement weather , travelled long distances , called at the house and or attended Seans funeral we are deeply grateful.
To those who sent cards , messages or made phone calls , sent food and flowers , every thoughtful gesture was appreciated.
The trips down memory lane over the wake and funeral were both sad and healing in equal measure.
We offer our sincere thanks to Fr Gerry Powell for a beautiful requiem mass . The parishioners in Moyraverty (St Anthony's ) said it was " just like old times " .
Special thanks also to Loreto McAuley and Pat McAlinden for the beautiful music . Sean would have thoroughly enjoyed it .
Sean loved and was loved greatly in return . He will be missed.

Thanks and Gods blessings to you all.

Seans months mind Mass will be celebrated in St Anthony's church Craigavon on Sun 15th Feb.

" The memories and love I leave behind are yours to keep ,I have found my rest ; I have turned my face to the sun and now I sleep ".





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