I was only briefly acquainted with Anne about 45 years ago, but she left me with an everlasting impression of kindness and grace. I have thought of her often and I am sorry to learn she has died. My condolences to her family and friends. - Charlette Moulton
Great sadness at the loss of my friend Anne, I will miss her fellowship our many visits with many cups of tea, and Annes fabulous home cooked meals. The many hours of conversation nearly always followed up with prayer. And her follow up phone calls if their was something personal going on in my life that needed prayer and guidance.
Anne had a genuine concern and burden for others, her prayer list was well populated and her prayers went around the globe , her testimony and her legacy were huge and she impacted her family and those who knew her in a profound way.
Dear Ross, Scott, and all of the family. I had the pleasure of meeting Mrs. Campbell in 1970 shortly after having met my life-long and good friend Scott. I believe I was over 30 years old when Mrs. Campbell said "Keith, please call me Anne". She was like a second mother to me in many ways during my formative years and Anne will be dearly missed and remembered with love by all of our family. I will never forget my visits with Scott over the past 25 years at the family home in Bayview when Scott came from BC. We shared some beautiful laughter together reminiscing. During the last visit I ever had with Anne - some 8-10 months ago - she told me that "I was her favourite visitor of all". (Which she likely said to all of her good friends!) This recollection brought tears to my eyes today. All the best to Anne's family, Keith, Deborah, Dean, and David Hanna.
I have known Anne for the last 30 years, she was my spiritual mentor. Her steadfastness, wisdom and faith in the Lord were the example that strengthened my own walk with the Lord in difficult times. We would often get together for prayer along with my husband, what a caring heart she had when she approached the throne of God, we always came out encouraged and uplifted. Oh how I will miss this dear sister with whom we shared burdens and joys, we will soon be reunited dear one. Well done good and faithful servant are the words I'm sure you heard from your Lord and Savior. I am praying for your beloved husband Bob and your precious family who loved you so much, may God comfort their hearts they will greatly miss you.
Dear Ross and Scott. We were so sorry to hear of the passing of your mother Anne. It brought to mind memories as neighbors watching you grow up in Palliser and Bayview and the lake in Kelowna. Your parents were so proud of you and know support of family and friends will help you in this difficult time.
Ron and Sally Starchuk
Super nice lady will be dearly missed by all!
I first met Anne nearly 40 years ago. Anne was always there to offer her help and support. I know she will be missed.
I have known Anne for 31 years, sharing membership with her in Foundation Baptist Church. During our friendship, and being
related in Christ, never have I seen a precious soul so faithful, so concerned for the lost, and so Christ-like.
By her homegoing, to be with the Lord, she leaves a huge void in my heart, but my eventual joining with her again in the
joys of Heaven will be an eternally blessed moment.
" Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints"
Psalm 116: 15.
Fred Falkinson, Calgary..