Nicole E. Campbell

Jun 13, 2019 by

Published June 14, 2019

MALDEN — Nicole Elizabeth Campbell, 29, resident of Malden, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, June 4, 2019.

Nicole had an infectious laugh and quite the sense of humor. She made her family smile on a daily basis because she would come out with things that you would never expect.

She loved animals, drawing, anything to do with far off lands such as India or China, and was a wiz on the computer.

Her first love though was music of any kind. She could hear a song once and was able to duplicate all of the words the next time she heard it. She loved anything from Doo-wop to Rock to Oldies to Country to Classical and Rap. Her favorites were The Beatles, Lady Gaga, Gwen Stefani, Michael Jackson, Prince, Elvis and Gene Pitney. She attended over 40 concerts with her family. Nicole was a great dancer and did it often. The girl had moves.

She enjoyed going on trips with her family, and her favorite places were Florida, New York, Hershey, Pennsylvania Amish Country, Virginia Beach, Maine and every state along the east coast.

Nicole had a beautiful soul and spirit and remembered always anyone who came in contact with her. She touched many lives in so many ways and loved everyone.

Nicole is the treasured daughter of Karen Brajak and John Carl Fischer of Malden. Loving sister of John Brajak and his wife Andrea of Salem, N.H. and Kathryn Fischer of Malden. Beloved niece of Francis Drake and his wife Joanne of Andover, Janet LeBlanc and her late husband Edward of Woburn, who were also her godparents, and the late Michael Aaronian and his wife Mary of Burlington. Cherished cousin of Frank Drake, John Drake, Michael Aaronian, Matthew Aaronian and Marie Aaronian.

She leaves her pet schipperke puppy dogs, Bubbles, Benny and Teddie, the late schipperkes Bubba and Skippy and Gus the kitty cat. She is the affectionate aunt to Troy the Labby Dog and the late Oscar the Cockerpoo.

Relatives and friends will gather in honor and remembrance of Nicole’s life during visiting hours at the Robinson Funeral Home, 809 Main St., Melrose on Thursday, June 13 from 4-8 p.m., with a special time of remembrance at 7:30 p.m.

Gifts in Nicole’s memory may be made to Autism Support Center, Northeast Arc, 1 Southside Road, Danvers, MA 01923.

Many hours were spent at the Support Center when Nicole was first diagnosed with autism at the age of 3. We poured over many books and took many hand-outs home to educate ourselves on having a child with autism. We attended many support groups both there, in churches and in her schools. Our only hope is a donation may help another family through this dreaded diagnosis. It is life altering for the whole family.

Currently, one in 59 children will have a diagnosis of (ASD) Autism Spectrum Disorder by age 8. There is no known test for autism while pregnant. More research is needed and also more supports for families are needed.

Nicole will be in our hearts and minds forever and taught us so much about life and how to enjoy the simple things.

We will go through the rest of our lives missing her every day. She has been our gift from God and our blessing.

For online tribute or directions: RobinsonFuneralHome.com

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