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In Memory

Anna Campagna (McGregor)

 

Rest In Peace Anna

Anna C. McGregor

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Anna C. McGregor

AGE: 91 • Oaklyn

Anna C. McGregor (nee Campagna), on February 10, 2012, of Oaklyn, NJ. Age 91 years. She is the beloved wife of the late Hugh McGregor, dear sister of Frank and Anthony Campagna and Angelina Covella, loving aunt of Joseph and Julie Campagna, and cherished great aunt of Denise Racano, Louis and Patricia Mosca, David and Anna Marie Campagna, Faye Campagna, and many other nieces, nephews, great nieces & nephews.

Mrs. McGregor received her Bachelors degree in Teaching from Temple University in the late 1930's and taught Biology in the Camden County School system for almost 40 years before retiring in the late 1970's.

Relatives and friends are invited to meet Wednesday morning from 9:00 to 10:30am at the CRERAN FUNERAL HOME 400 White Horse Pike, Oaklyn A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 11:00am from St. Joseph the Worker Parish, at St. Aloysius Church 37 W. Hadddon Ave. Oaklyn, NJ. Interment to follow at Locustwood Memorial Park, Cherry Hill. There will be no evening viewing. In lieu of flowers The family has requested memorial donations in Anna's name be made to The Susan G. Komen for the Cure Philadelphia., 125 South 9th Street, Suite 202, Philadelphia, PA 19107.

 

 
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09/06/12 10:40 PM #1    

Michael J. Bimmer (1961)

I loved this lady... she directed me in many plays and performances.  She was so talented.  Lucky me to have known, learned and worked with her.


11/11/12 04:56 AM #2    

Sandy Burke (Collison) (1969)

Mrs. Campagna, was one of my favorite teachers. She had a way of teaching..that made it so easy to understand. Rest in Peace.


04/23/15 02:17 PM #3    

Doug Taylor (1969)

A teacher to remember and still use one of her labs from General Science - Water & Density - to teach college students.  Well worth knowing as she always brought out the best


07/20/15 08:49 PM #4    

William Morgan (1968)

Miss Campagna, as she was known to me, was a very demanding teacher.  I enjoyed her Science class and had much respect for her.  I think she accepted me as "One of her favorites" at least almost secretly, at least in my own mind.  Once during class, I told her that she had taught my Mother years before.  She just put her pointer finger to her lips and gave me the hush sign.  I believe she was thinking of her age.  I learned alot from her and eventually majored in General Science in College.  Thank you Miss Campagna !  RIP !


03/20/16 03:16 PM #5    

Barbara Vickery (Calabrese) (1966)

I thought Miss Campagna was one of my best teachers if not the best. I learned so much from her but have to say I was terrified of showing up to class unprepared. She would certainly let you know that was unacceptable. She shared her love of science and I am sure that she had a part in my successful nursing career. 


08/18/18 11:33 AM #6    

Ida Laura Wegner (Cotter) (1962)

Ms. Campagna was my Science teacher (I think) LOL.   I remember her being strict, but the teachers that were......are

the ones who taught us the most.   I have fond memories of her.   Glad she lived a hopefully healthy 91 years.

I. Wegner Class of 62........ now Laura Cotter


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