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Date of Passing: Jan 08, 2023

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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our sweet boy Zander Gregory Campbell who left us on January 8, 2023 at the age of 14.
Zander was a kind, loving, outgoing, thoughtful soul who was wise beyond his years. He loved exploring and spending time in nature. He spent countless hours outside dirt-biking, quadding, tobogganing, hiking, hunting, and building things in the bush. He was an incredibly hard worker who prided himself in a job well done.
Zander had many amazing groups of friends that he loved spending time with. He had a competitive spirit and loved sports including hockey, baseball, badminton, volleyball, junior rifle club, dirt biking, and track and field. He had a beautiful community of people surrounding him at Carberry Collegiate and he often came home with stories about his day and how great his teachers and friends were.
One of Zander’s favourite things was to share and listen to stories. He was a fantastic listener! When you spoke to him, he listened with his whole soul, and he could talk to anyone about anything. He was genuinely curious about life and the world around him. He fit more living and connection into his short 14 years than many do in a lifetime.
His bright smile, sparkling eyes and calm spirit will be missed by everyone who had the pleasure to meet him.
He was predeceased by his great-grandparents, Earl Gregory, Jim Daniel, Colin Campbell, Albert Chacun and Elaine Krause.
He will forever be loved and remembered by his parents Cody and Leanne Campbell, his younger sister Ezmay and little brother Crozby; Grandparents Les and Myra Gregory, Reg and Angel Campbell; Aunts and Uncles Jody and Darren McKay, Sharlene and Ernie Clarke and Vicky Campbell, many cousins and Great-Grandparents Betty Gregory, Jean Daniel, Audrey Campbell and Danny Krause.

As published in Brandon Sun on Jan 21, 2023

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