Lillian Lenore Phillips

Phillips, Lillian Lenore

Hello from San Antonio Tlayacapan, Jalisco, Mexico. Clifford, thanks for writing a little about Mom/Grandma. I am so happy that she visited me and Antonio/Tony in 2009 to help celebrate the 60th year of my birth. This year the big 65 is coming up. When I talked to Mom she couldn't believe that I was getting so old, nor that her granddaughter Denise was 43, her great-granddaughter Dena 23, and her great-grandson Connor 17. Of course, all of those numbers only make me feel like I'm also on the down side of the slope. Love to all of you, Nanette & Antonio
RIP AUNT NAN, I WILL FOREVER REMEMBER ALL THE MANY TALENTS YOU HAD, CROCHETING BEAUTIFUL PINEAPPLE PIECES!! YOU WERE SO KIND AND GENEROUS AND I ALWAYS ADMIRED YOUR STRENGTH IN OVERCOMING SO MANY TRAGIDIES IN YOUR LIFE!! TIME FOR YOUR WELL DESERVED REST IN THE ARMS OF GOD!! I WILL LOVE YOU ALWAYS!! KATHLEEN SHEPARDSON MALTOS
Nanette and family, May the Lord quickly heal your hurt and ease your emptiness!!!
I'm so sorry for your loss Nanette. I understand how you must feel as I too said good by to my mother on Feb 5th at 8:00pm Colorado time. She was 93 and went to be with Dad peacefully. I pray your Lillian passed on the same way. Take care of yourself. Don Kinney
Sending special thoughts to you Nanette and family members. The tribute written about your mom was wonderful. Her life was filled with so many avenues of many memorable things reflecting the love she gave and received from your large family must have been wonderful. I do hope your hearts are filled with all those memories of a well lived life. It is always hard to say goodbye...but, the stars are shining brighter for you and yours. Thinking of you. Candi
We are sending our thoughts to you. Dean began to talk about all the memories which will stay in his heart. Keep those with you as well.
Dean & Linda Shepardson