Our Staff

Erin Campbell
Funeral Director & Manager

Erin’s great, great, great-grandfather, Ronald G. Campbell, founded George Campbell & Sons Ltd. in the 1850s. The company was well known for building and repairing carriages, and later expanded into making coffins, and eventually, directing funerals. Erin represents the sixth generation of Campbells to serve families in Sackville and the surrounding area and is the first female Funeral Director in the family.

At the age of 22, Erin was one of the youngest licensed funeral directors and embalmers in New Brunswick when she took over management of the funeral home following the death of her father, Will. She received her apprenticeship license in 1999 from the Nova Scotia Community College in Kentville, and began her apprenticeship with her father at Campbell's Funeral Home, and following his death in 2000, completed her internship with Dupuis Funeral Home in Memramcook. She received her license from the Funeral Directors Association of New Brunswick in May of 2001.

Since then, Erin and the staff at Campbell's have become known for their compassionate and professional manner. Erin feels privileged to provide comfort and support to families during difficult times, and to do so in the welcoming atmosphere of her family’s beautiful home.

Erin provides funeral services for all faiths and churches in Sackville and surrounding area, including Cape Tormentine, Murray Corner, Port Elgin, Baie Verte and Dorchester. She also helps families with after-care services, pre-planning funerals, memorial donations, and monuments.

Robert Hicks
Funeral Assistant

Robert is a life-long resident of Sackville and area. He was educated in Sackville and attended Saint Charles Commercial School in Amherst, Nova Scotia. Following graduation, Robert joined the Amherst Police Force, where he spent the next forty-four years, retiring in 2009.

Robert is a member of Saint Vincent’s Roman Catholic Church, serving on the local Parish Council and also as a Communion Minister. He enjoys travelling with his wife Margaret and visiting his two granddaughters.

Robert joined Campbell’s in February of 2011 and admires the compassion shown by Erin to families during their most difficult times. Robert is pleased to be able to join in serving his community with care and kindness.

Mike Weldon
Funeral AssistantMike Weldon

Mike was born in Sackville and graduated from Sackville High School. Mike subsequently went on to Saint John Tech, where he studied Business Administration. Mike worked for many years at the Sackville Memorial Hospital until he moved to Calgary in 1989. He returned to Sackville and is co-owner of Cattail Ridge Family Market with his wife Frances. Michael enjoys spending time with his grandchildren and his hobby flock of sheep.

Shawn AnnisShawn Annis
Pre-Planning Counsellor

Shawn is a licensed life agent with over 9 years of experience. With a combination of excellence and compassionate care, Shawn has been helping families with pre-planning solutions for much of his career. His great joy is to help reduce emotional burdens and relieve financial worries.

Shawn resides in the Moncton area with his wife and two children. Erin is pleased to have Shawn join her in assisting families with their pre-planning needs.



Keith MillerKeith Miller

Keith grew up in Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, and attended Bethany Bible College in Sussex, New Brunswick. He was a pastor in Westchester, NS, until he and his wife, Laurie, moved to Amherst in 1985, and then to Sackville in 2006. Both are devoted members of the Main Street Baptist Church.

Keith enjoys sports, both playing and watching. He is the College and Career director at the Main Street Baptist Church, and sings in the choir.

Keith joined Campbell’s Funeral Home in May of 2007, and he says it has been the most fulfilling job he’s ever done. He admires Erin's commitment to excellence and loves the home and family atmosphere.

Keith and Laurie greatly enjoy life in Sackville, and feel privileged to serve the families in this area.

Keith now specializes in providing families with high quality DVD photo memorials.