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Dr. Patrick (Pat) Campbell

Dublin, Castleknock

CAMPBELL, Dr. Patrick (Pat) (Castleknock, Dublin 15 and St Peter’s Road Surgery, Phibsborough) August 1st., 2020 (peacefully) in the loving care of the staff at Leeson Park Nursing Home. Beloved husband of the late Mary (May) and dear father of Aisling, Hugh Colin and the late Gordon; Patrick will be sadly missed by his loving sons, daughter, grandchildren Daniel, Carla, Christopher and Anna, son-in-law Ronan, daughters-in-law Helen and Jackie, brothers-in-law, sister-in-law, nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.

May he rest in peace.

Due to Government advice and restrictions regarding public gatherings and to protect our most vulnerable family members and our friends, a private family funeral will take place. People are welcome to join the private family Mass on Wednesday August 5th at 12 noon by following this LINK. We look forward to meeting everyone at a Memorial Service for Patrick where we will honour his life at a later date. Those who would have liked to attend the funeral; but due to current restrictions cannot, please leave your personal message by selecting condolences below. 

Family flowers only, please, donations if desired to Médecins Sans Frontières Ireland.

 

As Pat would say “Life is short eat desert first”

“Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam dílis”

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Book of Condolences

The Family would appreciate if you could leave a message to be put into a book of condolences for the family.

Rory ConnollyNephew

Condolences to all the family.

Anytime I met Pat over the years, he always seemed to be chuckling at something. That’s how I think of him.

Gordon often used to quote this line from his Dad to us:
“We’ve arrived… and to prove it, we’re here.”

Geraldine GroganSchoolfriend of Aisling‘s

Our deepest sympathies with you all at this sad time. Your Dad was always such a gentleman, Aisling. I last had a chat with him while he was doing his shopping in the Butler‘s Pantry in the village & he was so nice & charming as always. My Mum & Dad (Eamonn & Mabel) send their thoughts & prayers, too. Thinking of you. Geraldine (Grogan) & Family

Sean ConnollyBrother-in-law

My sympathy to you all on the loss of a very good man. He was wonderful company and we shared some great times. I still remember some of his jokes. We will miss him.

Barry and Sharon ODonnellNeighbour 56 Deerpark Road

Pat is fondly remembered as a welcoming neighbour, very warm with a great sense of humour. He was so proud of his family and shared many stories about you. May he rest in peace together again with his lovely wife Mary.

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