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“Please accept my condolences during your time of great sadness. May your cherished fond memories help you cope with the pain from day to day. Take...Read More »
1 of 19 | Posted by: A friend

“Sally, We just learned about Bruce. Our Families thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. It was great to see him on Labor Day at the parade...Read More »
2 of 19 | Posted by: Bob Durand - Marlborough, MA

“Our sincere condolences to the Campbell family in the loss of your dear love one. Our prayers are as yours, that God provide his care and comfort...Read More »
3 of 19 | Posted by: Your neighbor.. - MA

“Mrs. Campbell,I am so sorry to learn of Mr. Campbells passing. I cannot believe what a year this has been. Keeping you close in my thoughts and...Read More »
4 of 19 | Posted by: Joanne Jusseaume - Marlborough, MA

“I remember our class reunion, helping Bruce to his car and our embrace. I send my condolences to his wife and family. Bruce had an impressive list of...Read More »
5 of 19 | Posted by: Nicholas Moriarty - Olney, MD

“Grief can be so very hard, but our special memories can help us to cope. Remember them today and always. 1 Corinthians 15:26.BM ”
6 of 19 | Posted by: A friend

“Sally, I was so sorry to hear of your loss. My condolences to you & your family ”
7 of 19 | Posted by: Mary Sullivan - Northboro, MA

“In memory of an outstanding Principal AND humanitarian. What a great sense of humor! ”
8 of 19 | Posted by: Maureen Hines

“I am so sorry for your loss. Bruce was a gentleman who always had a smile and time to talk with you. My thoughts and prayers go out to all of you....Read More »
9 of 19 | Posted by: Grace Sheldon Lyons - Charlotte, NC

“So sad to hear of Bruce's passing. We will miss him wheeling around the neighborhood. Thinking of you during this time of sadness. ”
10 of 19 | Posted by: Bonnie Enslin - West Harwich

“I am sorry regarding the loss of your loved one. May the God of Comfort, continue to comfort the family, during these difficult times. May he,...Read More »
11 of 19 | Posted by: A friend

“We are thinking of you Sally and will miss Bruce. You were great neighbors and an awesome Kindergarten teacher for all our kids.Love Dave and Sue...Read More »
12 of 19 | Posted by: David Norton - Webster, NY

“Have known Bruce since childhood grew up as neighbors. To have known him was to love him.Sorry for your lost Sally may Bruce RIP ”
13 of 19 | Posted by: Kay and Paul - Monroe, ME

“Sally, my condolences on Bruce's passing. I had the pleasure of knowing him and working with him in Sudbury for many years. I would stop by the...Read More »
14 of 19 | Posted by: A friend

“Enjoy your rest my friend. ”
15 of 19 | Posted by: Tony Valerio - SAINT LOUIS, MO

“Sally,On behalf of the Iannini Family please accept our heartfelt sorrow. Bruce was a shining light and role model for my brothers and me. To me, he...Read More »
16 of 19 | Posted by: George Iannini - Sandy Hook, CT

“Thank you Bruce ... for always bringing a smile and happiness to wherever you went .. and reminding us that life can be full of joy , no matter what...Read More »
17 of 19 | Posted by: Carolyn Mcnally - Madbury, NH

“Fly with the angels, Uncle Bruce. We will miss you very much. xoxox ”
18 of 19 | Posted by: Elizabeth Polli - Naples, FL

“Sally, we were so sorry to hear of Bruce's passing. We always enjoyed meeting you both when you were out and about. RIP Bruce. ”
19 of 19 | Posted by: Stephanie and Dan Langelier - MA

Bruce J Campbell died unexpectedly on Monday November 5 at his home in Marlborough due to a heart attack. Bruce was born on July 30, 1939 in Medford, MA. He graduated from Marlborough High School in 1957. During his teen years he was president of the Fort Meadow Water Ski Club. After completing his bachelor's degree at Fitchburg State University, he began his career as an educator, teaching in Stow, Marlborough and Sudbury. This is when he met his beautiful bride to be, Sally Frisbie. They married in 1965. Bruce's career took off and he eventually became the principal at Loring Elementary School in Sudbury Massachusetts. Bruce had many accomplishments and was very involved in local politics. He was the chairman of the Bicentennial Celebration in Marlborough in 1976, was the president of the Lincoln Sudbury Credit Union, He served on the Marlborough School Committee, the Board of Marlborough Hospital and the United Way. Bruce was an avid supporter of high school sports, in particularly lacrosse and football where he started the booster club for both teams which is still going strong today. In his 'free time' he enjoyed summers on Cape Cod and golfing. Bruce is survived by his wife of 53 years, Sally Frisbie Campbell of Marlborough. Bruce is predeceased by his brother William J Campbell of Northboro, and survived by his brothers James J Campbell of Marlborough and Richard J Campbell of State College PA. He is also survived by dozens of nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews who lovingly knew Bruce as "Uncle Bu".
Visiting hours will be held Monday, November 12, 2018, from 3-6pm at the Slattery Funeral Home, Inc., 40 Pleasant Street, Marlborough, MA 01752. A funeral Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 11:00 am at St. Bernadette Church, 266 Main Street, Northborough, MA, 01532. Burial will be at a later date.