Here is a story about her I found online. On top of her impressive work of mercy, I draw your attention to the fact that she never married.
What if you lived to be 94 and never married? What would your life be like? I hope your life would be at least somewhat like Miss Campbell's. Like many other very elderly ladies in Edinburgh, she was as sharp as a tack and took much pleasure in the city's packed calendar of cultural events. She always brought a tea towel to our Sunday Mass, so as to help with the washing up after After-Mass Tea. She usually had a chat with the Master of the Men's Schola and other parishioners. Meanwhile, although she was a stalwart of the TLM, she also went to daily Mass at the local Jesuit parish, where she was a reader. On the occasion of her 90th birthday, we had a little party after our Mass, complete with cake and a speech by an elderly man who had been her pupil!
Via Facebook, I have been informing all of her fellow Edinburgh TLM-goers home and abroad of her passing. The responses are flowing in from positive infants in their early to mid-20s: Requiscat in pace. Miss Campbell and her tea-towel was a constant of our Sunday worship, and evidence that you can serve others even when you're over 90. She'll be missed, but I am delighted to think that she is young again.
She died at home in her Edinburgh flat--I'm happy about that, too. Saint Joseph, patron of a good death, pray for us!