Audrey June Campbell

Audrey June Campbell

02.06.1932 - 11.08.2021

Audrey passed away peacefully on 11th August 2021. Much loved wife of the late Ian, Mum to Janice, Elaine and Fiona and loved Nana and Great Grandma (GG). Missed by us all.

Fiona and James


Time passes by but the memories last forever…

Rest in Peace, Mum

Fiona and James xxx

Shirley Davis


I will always have memories of good times together.

Audrey at peace now and reunited with Ian.


Elaine Nicol


Dear Mum

Lots of happy memories that we will look back on and will never be forgotten and now it time for you to be at rest and back with Dad.
Reunited at last.

Elaine & John

Stuart Peacock


Love from Stuart and Robert

Robert Peacock


Audrey, You will clearly leave a huge hole but also equally leave a lasting and fine legacy of happy memories for family. friends and myself.
Sending love,
Robert Peacock x

Stuart Peacock


Dear Auntie Audrey,
Happy memories of you and happy. Pleased you are finally reconnected with Ian x.

Dad (Ken), often talked about you and what and amazing 'Rock' both you and Peggy were to him when he lost his Dad at a very young age and how you endlessly were helping out both Winnie and him at home - Thank you for that Audrey, you were clearly not just a great mum and grandmother, but a generous and giving person in your life and will be hugely missed by all. Sending love to you and family at this difficult time.
Stuart Peacock x

Pam Hunt


Auntie Audrey
I have pondered and thought of all our times together as one family. When you lived next door in Hampton Road, when you moved to East Sheen, then on to Bognor. You were always there for me when I needed advice, and I'll always be grateful. Emma and Sam remember you fondly. Sweet dreams auntie, you are now at peace with Uncle Iain.

Jenny Jealous


Audrey was a very good friend to our family when Ian was Minister of our Church in East Sheen.
Audrey was very hospitable and we were always welcomed warmly when we visited them at the Manse.
She will be remembered fondly and we have such happy memories.
Jenny and Family.

Margaret Stainsby


Audrey was a lovely Christian lady. I first knew her at Chichester Baptist Church, where we both helped at the toddlers’ group.

I got to know her well after she kindly arranged for me to stay in the flat next door to hers for two months in 2013. We became very good friends and sat together in church.

When she went into Autumn Lodge I visited her regularly until the pandemic struck. When I visited her, if I told her I was just going to pop or the toilet she would say “Too much information!” This was abbreviated to “TMI.” My German friend Rita used to car share to church with Audrey when they both lived in Victoria Drive. Rita now lives in Germany, but we WhatsApp several times a day and often use “TMI.” So Audrey’s memory lives on.

Audrey’s favourite Bible verse was from Proverbs 3, “Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him and He will direct your paths.” At the end of my visits to Autumn Lodge we used to repeat those words together.

Rosalind & Terry Mobbs



A fine Christian lady- devoted to service and to her family.
We are proud to have known her as a friend.
Peace at last.

Ros 7 Terry

Margot Ayres


My friendship with Audrey started many years ago when we were both teenagers. Over the years our friendship deepened and became very special. I shall always remember Audrey with great affection and am very grateful to have had her as my friend.



Written on behalf of Peggy…..

In memory of a dear Sister.

Although I may no longer understand the things that happen around me I am still sad without you.

Within my heart I still see your lovely smile and I will always treasure those years of growing up with you. Our time together as sisters and family was special and so were all the memories we made.

I know you will be waiting for me when Heaven calls me home, but until we meet again I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

With love
Peggy x



To a very special Aunt.

Auntie Audrey over the years you have been so kind and generous to us, a good listener and always made us smile.

We have numerous memories of special family occasions where we have not only laughed together but also shared our sorrow and shed tears. We shared something very special and that can never be replaced.

Our memories of you will continue to live on in our hearts. We have been truly blessed to have you in our lives and we will miss you greatly.

However, we know that as God calls us one by one will be family once again.

With our love
Jeanette, Vic & Paul

valerie jackson


Remembering with love a dear Friend and with many memories of shared times both of joy and sorrow during almost fifty years of friendship. With great gratitude for so much love, help and support during Audrey and Ian\'s pastorate at East Sheen Baptist Church. Remembering those words of praise from Jesus - \'She did what she could\'. Val and Paul Jackson



In memory of Mrs Campbell, Elaine’s Mum

With love

Yvonne and Sue
(Elaine’s collegues)

Joyce Riddett


Dearest Aunt Audrey

Thinking of you brings back memories of all our big adventures to visit you on the long trip from Scotland to East Sheen as children, staying with our aunt and uncle and lovely 'English' cousins during our summer holidays. Our trips to Madame Tussaud's, Richmond Park, and Hampton Court Maze, amongst others, remain in my mind.

Also, fond memories of you and the family's kindness in looking after Gillian and I in the week following the death of Susan. It was just what we needed at the time.

Our cousins (your children) and their families are a credit to you, and to the values that you and Uncle Ian instilled in them from babes. I am sure you must be very proud of them, as much as they are of you.

Thank you again for all your kindness and for being there. Hope to meet up in Heaven one day.

Joyce, Kevin, Gillian & on behalf the Fell family.

You will be pleased to know that I am now growing and eating my own green beans, a delicacy you introduced us Scots to, and of which I did not then care too much for.

Jan & Wyn



We have so many memories of our years together that will stay with us always. We know how much you missed Dad and now you are reunited, both of you together, safe in the arms of Jesus.

With our love xx

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