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H. Alvin Campbell also known as “Seazo”

H. Alvin Campbell also known as “Seazo” of Gouyave, St. John, died peacefully on Thursday 30th March 2017 at the age of 68 in Markham, Canada. 

 

Much loved son, father and grandfather, he is survived by his mother:  Gladys Simon née Campbell of Gouyave, Children: Carl Sylvester, Nathaniel Campbell and Sarah Campbell, daughters-in-law: Sherlyn Sylvester and Casandra Bryant, and Grandchildren: Zanita Sylvester, Ky-mani Sylvester, Isaac Campbell, Angus Campbell and Brynn Campbell of Canada.

 

Alumni of GBSS, member of Grenada’s National Soccer Team, professor at TAMCC, player and coach for the St. John’s Sports FC and community contributor to the efforts of Gouyave Library, NEWLO, and Grenada National Lottery.

 

The memorial gathering on Thursday, April 6, 2017 from 2:00pm – 4:00pm at Dixon-Garland Funeral Home in Markham, Canada.

 

A Memorial Service at the St. John’s Anglican Church, Gouyave on Monday 15th May, 2017 at 4:00pm

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Condolences to Auntie Gladys, his children and the entire Campbell family. So sorry to see you go so soon Seazo. I will cherish the memories you left us. Rest-In-Peace, RIP Alvin.

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My sympathy to the family of my pass principal

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Deepest sympathy to Mrs.Gladys Campbell-Simon the entire Campbell, Mitchell, and all who mourns, Alvin's departure. May his soul rest in peace. Gone but will never be forgotten.

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So Sad to learn of the passing of my good friend Alvin from our GBSS and Hostel days, I will always remember his eloquence and talents both on and off the
football field. Rest in Peace my dear friend. Sincere condolences and my deepest Sympathy to his entire family at this very difficult and sad time.

Kelvin Nurse

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My sympathy to the entire Campbell family especially to my Godmother, Nen Gladys. Alvin was one of Gouyave' great sons. He loved football and exhibited his skills and competitive spirit in the pasture of the St. John's Anglican School. May he rest in peace.

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Not only was he our own Gouyave man, but he was also my GBSS and Hostel mate as Kelvin Nurse noted above. Growing up among the many giants of Gouyave and then becoming one yourself says it all about our good friend Alvin Seazo Campbell. Sincere condolences are coming from the DeCoteaus to his mom, Miss Gladys, the Campbell and Mitchell family.
May he rest in peace.

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My Deepest Condolences to my Godmother Mrs. Gladys Campbell-Simon on the loss of your dear Son. May God comfort you and your family during this sad and difficult time.
From The Harper Family in New York and Grenada

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I am very sorry to hear about your loss. Some comforting scriptures that help me to cope is acts 24:15 and psalm 34:18 i look forward to the time when death will be no more isaiah 25:8

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i w1ll like to extend sincere sympathy to Alvin's family especially his mother Miss Gladys's as she is still commonly called, and the Campbell and Mitchel families on the passing of Alvin. We were neighbors for many many years and i still have vivid memories him growing up. Well respected and loved. RIP Alvin.

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My sincere condolences to the family. May God comfort you during this time.

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A superstar, hero, icon and role model. Loved, admired and respected by all who knew him. Enjoyed and cherish the happy time we spent together last year, reminiscing about the good old days in GBSS and the Boys Hostel and his exploits on soccer pitches playing for St Johns Sports and representing Grenada in international competitions. I am honored to have known him. Condolences from the Boldeau family.

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A safe journey home.

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my condolences to his family and friends. he was my tutor at TAMCC and we became good friends. its indeed a great loss to everyone that knew of his works and passionate teaching. GOD BLESS

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