I’m saddened by the passing of Grease, a good friend to many and partner of our executive secretary Patricia.
Every once in a while, you meet a good man.  Kind hearted, supportive and brave. Grease was that man!
Pat and John lived a long time in Ottawa before coming home to Nipissing.  They raised two very fine young people, Suzanne and Ian.  Together they built a beautiful home in Yellek.
However, in my sadness there is a feeling of comfort.  That the Spirit will be looking out for him.  He’s not in pain no more.  And I’m sure he’s riding on that great Harley Davidson in the sky.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all: Pat, Ian, Suzanne and especially John.  We will never forget you, Grease.

CAMPEAU, Jean Maurice John (Grease) – 1951-2007

The family announces with sorrow his peaceful death , at home on Yellek Trail Road, North Bay (Nipissing First Nation) surrounded by his family, Saturday May 12 2007, at the age of 56 years. Son of the late Alphonse and of Fernande (née Aubin) Campeau of Sturgeon Falls. Loving husband of Patricia Campeau (née McLeod) of North Bay (Nipissing First Nation). Dear father of Ian Campeau (Justine) of Ottawa and Suzanne Campeau of Nipissing First Nation (Craig Roberts). Also survived by his two sisters, Johanne Chripounoff (Michel) of Montréal and Natalie Campeau (Vincent Jolson) of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. 

The family will receive friends to share their memories at the THÉORET BOURGEOIS FUNERAL HOME, Sturgeon Falls, Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 pm. Funeral mass to be held Saturday May 19 2007 at 10 a.m. in Holy Spirit Church, Garden Village. Donations to the Nipissing First Nation Food Bank would be appreciated.