Mr. Campbell, who used to work from his store in the city’s Upper Cross Street area before retiring in 2015, died on Saturday, August 28.
He will sadly lose his children, Brian, Gillian and Gary, grandchildren Darcy, Vivian, Felix and Charlotte and his beloved wife Monica.
A spokesman for the Lauren Museum and Arts Center said: “We are saddened to hear of the passing of Lauren Jeweler and watchmaker Brian Campbell.
We enjoyed working with Brian after his retirement in 2015, at an exhibition about the history of his store on Upper Cross Street, which was put up in 2017.
“In addition to packing watches at the Mayor’s Parlor and servicing the Cornello clock, Brian also damaged the Laurentown Hall clock until it was completely mechanized during its renovation in 2012.”
Paying tribute on the Funeral Times website, an East Antrim resident said: “Brian was an integral part of the local community and we have fond memories of him over the years. Everyone who knew him He will miss her very much.
Brian’s remains will arrive at O’Kanes Funeral Home 116-118 Donegall Street, Belfast on Wednesday, September 1 at 10 a.m. at Good Shepherd Church, Ormeau Road at 10.30am Requiem Mass.
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