Ruth P. Campbell June 4, 2020

Posted by on Jun 8, 2020 in Obituaries | 0 comments

Weymouth Ruth P. (Power) Campbell, age 91, entered into eternal life on June 4, 2020. Ruth was born and brought up on Mission Hill and has lived in Weymouth for many years. Mrs. Campbell graduated from Mission High School and Saint Margaret’s Nursing School.  She worked at Saint Margaret’s Hospital and then as a school nurse for the Town of Weymouth before retiring to New Hampshire. Ruth was an active  parishioner and member of the choir at both of the Sacred Heart Church in Weymouth and  St Joseph the Worker in Belmont, New Hampshire.  Along with her late husband Frank, she  started the Catholic Youth Organization at the Church. She was a recipient of an award presented to her by the National CYO entitled “For God and Youth.”   Beloved wife of the late Francis Campbell. Devoted mother of Francis E. Campbell and his wife Mary of Weymouth and Robert J. Campbell and his wife Tammy of Weymouth. Loving grandmother of Meghan, Rebecca Ann, Joshua, Justin, Melissa, Michael, Zachary and Andrew. Great-grandmother of Owen, Kayleigh, Jake, Scarlet, William, Jack, Jack, Parker, Avery & Benjamin. Beloved sister of the late Leo, Justin, Richard, and Robert Power,  Margaret Shea and  Marylou Brennan. Sister-in-law of Chailang Palacios Power, Rita Power, Marie Power, the late Francis Shea, and Francis Brennan. Funeral Mass in Immaculate Conception Church 720 Broad St.  East Weymouth. on Wednesday June 10 at 10:30 Am.  Regretfully,  please know that  due to the restrictions imposed by the governor, and because of  her large extended family,  only Ruth’s relatives are invited  to attend. All relatives may arrive at the Church  parking lot at 10 minutes past 10 AM  and await ushers to bring them  inside the Church. Please wear face coverings. Private  burial in St. Joseph Cemetery in West Roxbury to follow. The Clancy-Lucid Funeral Home  in Weymouth  is assisting her family with the arrangements. If desired, donations may be made in her memory to Sacred Heart Church or School,  75 Commercial St Weymouth, MA 02188. The Campbell family would like to express their gratitude and appreciation to the nurses and nurse’s aides at the Royal Nursing and Rehabilitation facility and the Fidelis Hospice for their commitment and dedication to our mom’s care over the years.

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