DEBORAH A. (PROULX) CAMPBELL

March 5, 2024

DEBORAH A. (PROULX) CAMPBELL

A Funeral Service will take place on FRIDAY, March 15th at 11 a.m. 

DEBORAH A. (PROULX) CAMPBELL – of Woburn, died unexpectedly, March 5th at the age of sixty-eight. Beloved wife of 48 years to John R. Campbell. Devoted mother of Robert Campbell, his wife Kate of Woburn, Laura Campbell Ambrose, her husband Kevin of Tewksbury and Scott Campbell, his wife Lauren of Woburn. Cherished grandmother of Maggie, Quinn, Charlie, and Julian. Beloved sister of Stephen Proulx, his wife Odilia of Georgetown, Rosemarie Miccolo, her husband Louis of NH, Gary Proulx, his wife Darlene of Billerica, Annette Ochab, her husband Randall of ME, Andrew Proulx, his wife Cheryl of NH, and Julie Phillips of NH. Dear niece of Marie Cullen of Woburn and survived by many loving nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. A Funeral Service will take place on FRIDAY, March 15th at 11 a.m. in the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn.  Interment to follow in Woodbrook Cemetery, Woburn.  Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to pay their respects prior to the service from 9-11 a.m., in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Debbie’s memory to the American Heart Association.

DEBORAH A. (PROULX) CAMPBELL – of Woburn, died unexpectedly, March 5th at the age of sixty-eight. She was the beloved wife of John R. Campbell, with whom she would have celebrated 48 years of marriage on July 31st.
 
Born and raised in Arlington, Debbie was the daughter of the late Francis and Roselyn (Kuczinski) Proulx. The oldest of seven children, she grew up surrounded by an ever expanding and loving family. She was educated in Arlington and a graduate of Arlington High School. During that time, Debbie worked for Harry’s Deli and across the street, at Charlie’s Pizza, worked a young John “Jack” Campbell. They met and fell in love and eventually married in 1976, starting a lifelong commitment to each other. 
 
Debbie was a loving, devoted and selfless wife and mother who put her family above everything. They were her pride and joy. Debbie was blessed with being a grandmother,” Mimi”, and took great pleasure in spending time with her grandkids. She rarely ever missed an event or accomplishment, even if it meant having to watch it virtually. She was the epitome of the sports mom and grandmom!
 
Debbie enjoyed seafood, especially eating crabs with her family, a tradition passed down from her mother originally from Maryland. She also loved visiting Hampton Beach and the occasional trip to Foxwoods to have some fun gambling. She enjoyed relaxing with a nice glass of wine, with a few ice cubes please, with her husband and family by her side. Always ready to eat and offer chips and dip to anyone who stopped by.
 
In addition to her husband Jack, Debbie is survived by her children Robert Campbell, his wife Kate of Woburn, Laura Campbell Ambrose, her husband Kevin of Tewksbury and Scott Campbell, his wife Lauren of Woburn. Cherished grandmother of Maggie, Quinn, Charlie, and Julian. Beloved sister of Stephen Proulx, his wife Odilia of Georgetown, Rosemarie Miccolo, her husband Louis of NH, Gary Proulx, his wife Darlene of Billerica, Annette Ochab, her husband Randall of ME, Andrew Proulx, his wife Cheryl of NH, and Julie Phillips of NH. Dear niece of Marie Cullen of Woburn and survived by many loving nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. 
 
A Funeral Service will take place on FRIDAY, March 15th at 11 a.m. in the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn.  Interment to follow in Woodbrook Cemetery, Woburn.  Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to pay their respects prior to the service from 9-11 a.m., in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Debbie’s memory to the American Heart Association.

A Funeral Service will take place on FRIDAY, March 15th at 11 a.m. in the Lynch-Cantillon Funeral Home, 263 Main Street, Woburn.  Interment to follow in Woodbrook Cemetery, Woburn.  Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to pay their respects prior to the service from 9-11 a.m., in the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Debbie’s memory to the American Heart Association.

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  1. Petelle Family

    Sending love to you, Lauren and Julian. Our prayers and hearts are with you during this difficult time. We love you guys and are here in you need anything.

    Petelle Family

  2. Diane E LeBlanc

    Scott and family

    We are so sorry for the loss of your Mom and grandmother of your children. She was a special lady and loved watching you skate with the hockey moms. It seems so long ago but all your cherished memories will help you through this sad time.
    Sincerely, Michael, Brittany, Phoebe and Diane LeBlanc

  3. Jimmy and Steve

    To the Campbell family. We hope that during this difficult time that you feel the love of all those who surround you and that you amplify her memory with your love for each other.
    We are so sorry for your loss.

  4. Sally and Kent Walter

    ….sending love and deep sympathy to Debbie’s beautiful family. We are saddened by her passing and yet filled with so many heartwarming memories.

  5. Robin Murakeozy

    Jack and family, I’m so glad that I was able to come to MA to see the family. It was great reuniting with Debbie. Your son Robert was a baby last time I saw you and Debbie. We had so many good times when the Proulx’s came to MD.
    Rest in Peace my dear cousin.

  6. Hi Bob and Kate. I am sorry for your loss. We are never prepared for this. I wish you blessings from the Lord and that he’ll soothe your hearts. Much love, Liza

  7. Robert H Mc Donough Jr

    I am so sorry to see the passing of Debbie; I had the pleasure of working with her at Northern Bank & Trust Company; she was a true professional banker and we had so much fun together. My prayers go out to her family during this very difficult time.

  8. Mary Ann Slater

    To Jack & The Campbell family, There are no words to express our feelings at this time. Our hearts are broken. Debbie was a special friend and co-worker. We enjoyed wonderful times and memories I will cherish always. Love, Ronnie & Mary Ann

  9. Kevin Doherty

    To the Campbell family, any and all words fall short to express how much of a loss this truly is. Mrs. Campbell went out of her way to make people feel loved, accepted and welcome. She absolutely lived and loved every moment of life for her family, her children and grandchildren. She had the very unique ability to make a stranger feel welcome with her kind smile and grace…… The Doherty family and the entire hockey community are with you all during this sad sad time.

    Love,

    Kevin, Suzie, Gavin and Ronan

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