CAMPANER, John Angelo
December 9th, 1985- March 31st, 2023, 37 years old.
It is with great sorrow we have come to announce the unexpected passing of John Angelo Campaner. We struggle as we try to find the words to even begin to sum up the man John was. We haven’t only lost a father, brother, son, uncle, cousin and friend, but the world has lost one of the best.
John was the beloved husband of Alisha Campaner (nee Winters) and a loving father to Ava & Ivy. He is survived by his parents John Sr. & Yvonne Campaner, as well as his father and mother-in-law Doug & Anna Winters. Predeceased by his sister Melissa Campaner and grandparents Marlene & Guy Robert and Angelo & Sandy Campaner. John will be lovingly remembered by his sister Jennifer Campaner (Eric), best friend & twin brother Robert Campaner. Also left to mourn are his sister-in-laws Christina McLellan (Wes), Brittany Winters (Jesse) and he was the best uncle to Colton, Cooper, Luca, Rowyn, Jude, Hugo & Clara. John will be deeply missed by many aunts, uncles and cousins.
When John wasn’t working you could find him at his home away from home (the Camp), building bunkies, poking the fire and enjoying the outdoors with his girls. He was a giver, always willing to lend a hand. A dedicated employee and a devoted father. Alisha (mama bear), Ava (mouse) and Ivy (petunia) were his whole world. He would drive non-stop from work to get home to them any chance he could even just to squeeze in a long weekend before heading back to the grind. Never missing an opportunity to Face-Time his girls every morning. “Dad I will miss being outside with you especially ripping through the mud on our four-wheelers. I will continue doing all your favourite things with Ivy and making sure your memories stay alive. We will miss you, you will never be forgotten.” We all take comfort knowing you are welcomed by your mentor Uncle Greg and your first fur baby Olive.
John was a dedicated employee, a great leader and trainer, trusting co-worker, and a great man through and through. There was never a day he didn’t talk about getting home to see his girls, or showing off his latest pictures of some of them. These are just some of the things that you hear his co-workers saying. John was a natural-born leader, he loved his job, and everyone knew that blasting was his passion. He worked hard every day and did it with a smile. To know him was to know someone who loved what he did and did what he loved. Not only was he the first one to work in the morning and the last one back at night, but he always gave it his all. It wasn’t uncommon to see John at one of Consbec's many jobs across Canada. It was easy to tell when John was there because you could hear TNT blaring from his truck radio, and that familiar radio voice calling "fire in the hole". John was such an integral part of our team here at Consbec Inc., and he will be missed immensely by all who knew him.
Make some thunder up there, John.
The family will be receiving visitors at McGuinty Funeral Home (North Bay) to share our love, and strength and most importantly to honour the life of an unforgettable man on Tuesday, April 11, 2023, between the hours of 2 to 4 pm and 6 to 8 pm.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be Celebrated at the Pro-Cathedral of the Assumption on Wednesday, April 12, 2023, at 10 am followed by a celebration of life at the Fox & Fiddle. All are welcome.
Online condolences may be made at www.mcguintyfuneralhome.com. If desired, donations can be made to his girls at https://gofund.me/77b5160b