June 16, 1961 – November 28, 2016
It is with heavy hearts and so much sadness that we, the family of Kim Campbell, a resident of 150 Mile House area, announce his sudden death as the result of a head on highway collision, through no fault of his, on Monday morning November 28, 2016 near Lac La Hache, B.C.
Kim was born in Cranbrook, B.C. and with his parents and older brother Wayne, also lived in Quesnel and Prince George before finally settling in Sechelt in 1967. Here he received his schooling. During his teenage years, he was active in our local Bethel Baptist Youth Group and was committed to walking closely with his Lord, the remainder of his too short lifetime.
As a young man he joined his dad at Janitors’ Warehouse,
eventually owning it with his wife Kendra. Kim loved his community and was also a Rotarian in Sechelt.
Always, thoughtful, caring and cheerful, he was a wonderful son, husband, father, brother, son-in-law and uncle. He was a pillar of strength that will be missed terribly by his family and a wide circle of friends and business associates.
A few years ago, Kim and Kendra along with their children,
Aly and Josh, decided to move to the Williams Lake area, to enjoy the wide open spaces and be nearer to Kendra’s family where Kim continued with his career in sales covering an area from Cache Creek to Bella Coola.
Grieving our loss of Kim is his wife Kendra, daughter
Alyson, son Josh, his mom and dad, Marilyn and Neil Campbell of Sechelt, his brother Wayne and wife Sherry and their family of Prince George. Also Kendra’s mom and dad, Wilma and Keith Wick of Quesnel. Kendra’s sisters Kyla and Paula and their extended families, as well as aunts, uncles, cousins in P.E.I. and Nova Scotia.
Kim leaves us all very sad but knowing that he is home
with his Lord is comforting.
Please join family in remembering Kim on Saturday, May 20th, 2017 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm at Compassionate Care Funeral Home, 180 Comer Street, Williams Lake, BC. Bring your fondest memories.