paid to West Huntspill 'autism support champion' who has died
have been paid to a community-spirited resident in West Huntspill
who championed autism support.
Main, pictured, passed away peacefully at home on January 2nd, aged
Ward from Autism Somerset, who has led the tributes, said: "It
is with heavy hearts that we give you the sad news that Campbell
has passed away."
was a truly remarkable man who was well known to many of us as a
champion of our people as he liked to call our children
and other loved ones on the Autistic Spectrum."
the heart of a lion, he took on the cause for rights and support
for people with autism and galvanised us, their families and carers,
to fight alongside him."
was knowledgeable and courageous, making himself known to all and
sundry, undaunted by titles or hierarchy. Campbell made sure to
always be where his views mattered: he knew his beliefs and stood
was the king of networking and sign-posting: if you needed something,
Campbell knew who you should talk to, and where you should find
wasnt all of Campbell. He was a warm and personable human
being, with a background in farming that gave him a love of the
countryside. He was a family man and spokeproudly of his grandchildren.
has been an honour to know him and he will be sorely missed: a gentleman
and a warrior."
of his life will be held at The Parish Church of St Peter and All
Hallows, West Huntspill on Monday January 15th at 12.30pm. Family
flowers only, but donations if desired - for Motivation & St
Peter and All Hallows Roof Fund - may be sent to Ashley Edwards
Funeral Directors, 10 Church Street, Highbridge, TA9 3AF.