Ann Campbell
Monday
22
February

Visitation atFuneral Home

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Monday, February 22, 2021
Weigand Bros., Inc. Funeral Home
49 Hillside Ave.
Williston Park, New York, United States
Monday
22
February

Visitation

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Monday, February 22, 2021
Weigand Bros., Inc. Funeral Home
49 Hillside Ave.
Williston Park, New York, United States
Tuesday
23
February

Mass

11:15 am
Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Saint Aidan's R.C. Church
505 Willis Ave.,
Williston Park, New York, United States

Final Resting Place

Holy Rood Cemetery
Old Country Rd.
Westbury, New York, United States

Obituary of Ann C. Campbell

On Tuesday, February 16, 2021, Ann Catherine Campbell (née McMahon), loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, passed away peacefully in her sleep at the age of 98. Ann was born on January 25, 1923 in Rockville Centre, NY to Catherine and Patrick McMahon. She graduated Mineola High School in 1941. In 1942, she married Curtis and after his military service, they settled in her family home in Williston Park. In addition to managing a busy household, Ann worked as a Supervisor for the Department of Motor Vehicles for over 30 years. Her greatest role in life was as a supportive and loving mother to her 6 children, Curtis, Catherine Cichocki (Robert), Christine Walsh (Joseph), Carl Patrick (Diana), Craig (Eileen) and Colleen Caniano (Daniel). Her love multiplied with the gift of her 9 grandchildren, Mark, Lisa Odenthal, Barbara Trachtenberg, Deborah Gino, Victoria, Daniel, Connor, Alana, Brendan and her 9 great-grandchildren, Elizabeth, Matthew, Joseph, Ella, Jena, William, Jake, Tyler & Sloane. Ann was pre-deceased by her parents, brothers Francis, John and Charles, husband Curtis, daughter Catherine, daughter-in-law Elizabeth and granddaughter Deborah. She was an active member of St. Aidan’s parish and enjoyed time with her lifelong friends in Williston Park and Boca Raton playing golf and rummy tiles. She also enjoyed her daily glass of wine, an occasional “half a beer” and the rare trip to the casino. But most of all, she loved to laugh. She was fiercely independent, living in her Boca Raton home until January of this year. Ann was one in a million, a diamond in the rough and will be sorely missed by her many family and friends.

 

THE FUNERAL MASS WILL BE LIVE STREAMED BY THE PARISH

www.staidanparish.org

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