Age 63, of Lansing, died on July 20, 2012.  She was born in St. Lawrence Hospital, Lansing on August 11, 1948.  She attended Resurrection and Msgr. John A. Gabriels High School, and was a 1966 graduate of Lansing Eastern High School.

Surviving are her mother, Lilian “Shep” Campion of Lansing; brother Phil (Pat) Campion of Charlotte, MI; sister Joan (Ken Gullotte) Campion of Key West, FL; brother Rob (Lori) Campion of Shelby Twp., MI and family:  niece Kimberly Campion of Chicago; nephew and his fiancée, Kyle Campion and Alexis Bunka of Big Rapids, MI; nephew and wife, Rob and Alyse Campion of Sterling Heights, MI; life partner Robert “Rod” Root of Lansing; aunts, cousins and many friends.  She was preceded in death by her father Robert “Bob” Campion, a lifelong resident of Lansing, and her former husband Don Boichot.

Cindy had an easy smile and will be remembered by many whom she served in various restaurant establishments in Lansing, including Highland Hills Golf Club.  She loved playing bingo, knitting afghans and scarves for others, and spending time with family and friends.  She passed away quietly and is at long last in peace.  She will be missed by all who knew her with that easy smile.

A memorial luncheon will be held on Sunday, August 19, 2012, at the Resurrection Parish Hall, 127 Rumsey, Lansing following the regularly scheduled 11:00 a.m. Mass at the Church of The Resurrection, 1505 E. Michigan Ave., Lansing.  Those who wish to share their memories of Cindy and condolences to the family are invited by the Campion family to join them for lunch.  Donations in memory of Cindy can be made to Hospice House of Mid Michigan, (located at the former St. Lawrence Hospital), C/O The Sparrow Foundation.  Arrangements by Estes-Leadley Greater Lansing Chapel.

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4 Messages to “Cynthia “Cindy” Bernice Campion”

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    Jane Carmichael Says:

    Cindy: Your family and friends are all grieving for their loss, but we know that you are in peace now. My condolences to the Campion family and to the friends who were like her family. May you all remember the fun stuff; the silly things; the outfits that she wore that amused you or the really neat hat she wore that you wanted. Think about how you knew her soul and what a unique person she was. May she always be in your hearts.
    Sincerely,
    Friend Jane Carmichael in Marquette, MI
    (I first met the family through Joan in 1982 and spent some time at 1402 Foster)

  2. 3
    phil campion Says:

    Cindy the Smile is Gone and the Pain is Gone> we will remember the Smile.

  3. 2
    Jkc Says:

    And the angels finally smiled.

  4. 1
    Jkc Says:

    Cindy, you will be remembered fondly.

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