Margaret Catherine Campise

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Aged: 66

Margaret Catherine Campise, 66, passed away on March 10th, 2021. She was the kindest, most compassionate and loving person we will ever get the privilege to know. Born in Chicago, IL. Dearest Mother of Bradley and Dionna Panik. Beloved Sister to George and Tony Campise. Beloved Sister In- Law to Kim, Christine and Randi Campise. Beloved Aunt to Nick, Anthony, Danielle, Kelly, AJ and Zach Campise. Long time employee of Dominicks and Nabisco. Long time Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Cubs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan. She will never be forgotten and missed dearly. She will always be in our hearts.

Service Information:

Venue for Service: St. Scholastica Parish
Address for Service: 7800 Janes Avenue, Woodridge, Illinois 60517 Phone number attendees can reach out to for service: 727 – 515 – 3435 Pick one Service Type: Church, Funeral Service or Interment
Service Date: 05/24/2021
Service Start Time: 10am


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  • Patty Davis says:

    Beautiful lady! Gone way to soon! Rest in peace, dance in the sky! ❤️

  • Ann Pendl says:

    We were friends before we were born, thanks to our parents friendship and our dad’s working together. Growing up in Woodridge, our back yards connecting. So many memories, St. Scholastica, Downers South, weddings, children. Margaret Catherine, you will always be in my heart. Rest easy my friend.

  • Margaret was a great, caring friend with a great sense of humor. I have known Margaret since first grade. I have many great memories of our friendship as we grew up through the years. I was grateful we were able to reconnect on Facebook. Rest In Peace friend❤️

  • Anonymous says:

    So very sorry for the family prayers 🙏 to them . Margaret was a very dear friend and co worker she would always made my day. God Bless her she will be missed deeply

  • So very sorry for the family prayers 🙏 to them . Margaret was a very dear friend and co worker she would always made my day. God Bless her she will be missed deeply