Doreen Brown Campion

doreen campion

Doreen B. Campion, 78, of Pinehurst, NC, passed away peacefully Sunday night, August 21, 2011.
Doreen was born July 7, 1933, in Grand Rapids, Minn., and grew up in Rochester, Minn. A graduate of Rochester HS, she worked for several years at the Mayo Clinic.
After moving to Cary, NC, she chose to stay at home and raise her four children before retiring with her husband to Pinehurst, NC. She was preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, Jerol (Jerry).
Doreen leaves behind a daughter, Ann Hancock and her husband, Steven, of Mandeville, La.; three sons, Thomas Campion of Austin, Texas, Paul Campion and his wife, Erica, of Raleigh, NC and Christopher Campion and his wife, Paige, of Wake Forest, NC.
She was also the very proud grandmother of six wonderful granddaughters.
Doreen will be dearly missed by her family and by her many friends from Pinehurst, Cary and Rochester.
Memorials may be made in her name to The Foundation of FirstHealth, 150 Applecross Road, Pinehurst, NC 28374

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  1. Dear Ann, Tom, Paul & Christopher,
    My deepest sympathies to each of you as you deal with the death of your mother. Mothers are the most important person in our lives and the lessons they teach us we care with us for the rest of our lives. Treasur

  2. Dear Ann, Tom, Paul & Christopher,
    I am so sorry to hear of your mother’s death. I taught her piano lessons a few years back. She loved you all and was so proud of you and shared stories. She was a delightful person. I loved seeing her. She told

  3. Paul,
    I am so sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. I have fond memories of her from when we were kids.
    Laura Lehman Conrad

  4. Dear Ann, Tom, Paul & Christopher,
    You are in our thoughts and prayers. As Mom, Chris and I have talked about our many memories of your Mom; it is her sense of humor and laugh that we remember most fondly.
    Patty & Chris Apple, Jan Santel

  5. Ann, Paul, Tom, and Christopher
    I am stunned and deeply saddened by the passing of your mother. As I grew older, she and i became closer. We shared many conversations about life, but mostly about family. She was always able to make me laugh, even if

  6. Paul,
    Sorry to hear about your mom passing recently. The pain of losing her will get better as time goes on, but at least her memory will live on forever. It’s hard to believe that I lost my mom 5 years ago. Where has all the time gone? It seemms li

  7. Dear Ann and Steve, Tom, Paul and Erica, Christopher and Paige, and your children,
    Doreen was such a good friend and she will leave a void in many lives in Pinehurst. I miss her, but I know she’s finally at peace and free from pain. I like to think

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