BRAINTREE – HULL – NEWTON Campbell, Dianne Elaine, age 61, of Newton, MA was a long time resident of Hull and Braintree, MA. Dianne had a medical emergency on Saturday, and passed peacefully on Sunday, February 23, 2020 at 6:30pm, surrounded by her closest family. She was born on September 14, 1958 in Boston, MA. Mother of Angela Campbell of Hull, MA. Daughter of Charles Campbell(deceased) of Braintree, MA and Mildred Campbell-Bornas of Mashpee, MA. Dianne is survived by her brothers Gary Campbell of Port St. Lucie, Florida (Iva) and Brian Campbell of Pembroke, MA (Eugenia Coronado). Also survived by nieces Abigail and Grace of Boxford, MA Tiffany of Florida, and nephew Dylan of Boxford, MA.
Dianne was an alumni of Braintree High School, class of 1976. Dianne went on to college at Westfield State, where she graduated with a teaching degree. She loved teaching, and eventually channeled that passion into business coaching later in life. She was an incredible mother and friend. Dianne loved the color purple, polar bears, helping others, and of course, the beach! She was extremely compassionate about animals and humans alike, and every pet she had she loved like a child. She believed in putting good energy into the universe, and receiving it back double-fold, and she lived by that principle until she passed. She was a beloved volunteer of the South Shore Conservatory in Hingham, MA. Dianne was a true fighter for the many causes that she believed in.
Services are being held at Peck Funeral Homes, 516 Washington St, Braintree, MA. Prayer service is open to all on Sunday at 3:30 pm and visiting hours 4-7 pm. A private burial will be on Monday at 10:30 AM. In lieu of flowers, her family is requesting donations to be made in her memory to the organizations she loved. They can be made to Hull Seaside Animal Rescue at 487 Nantasket Ave. Hull, MA 02045 (hsar.org/donate) or to God’s Care Children Foundation at 7410 Six Mile Rd. NorthVille, MI 48168 (godcarechildrenfoundation.org/donate).
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