What can I say about Philip? I could say how he loved The LOrD Jesus and that he testified about how good GOD is every time I saw or talked to him. No matter what, Philip was always laughing. Oh! How he made me laugh! Philip and I forged a friendship at Church and we worked at the "A" together. We have been friends for over 40 years. I loved him and I am sure we will get to see each other again. I am so sorry for your great loss. Please know that your family is in my prayers. "The Phil" will be greatly missed.
My condolences,Phil was always a kind hearted, positive man, always happy and willing to do for others, even in sickness.
I will always remember his goodness and great sense of humor.
The fact he is at peace now with God is a blessing.
Rest easy my friend.
Our sincere condolences to the family. Phil (and Glenna) will be together again but sorely missed by so many that he touched.
Debbie, I'm so sorry to see the news about Phil. I always loved his smile. So much like your mom. My condolences to you and your family.
Dear Debbie and family, so sorry for your loss. I have been blessed to maintain a friendship with "The Phil." He lived and laughed large and made this ol' world a much nicer place to be. May he rest in peace in Jesus. Love and prayers, Cindy Schuster
Dear Debbie and family,
After an auspicious start in Ashgrove Elementary percussion section (!), I was lucky enough to have Phil reenter my life. About a year ago, he and mom were both taking treatments at Rocky Mountain Oncology in Lander. Although not feeling great himself, he was always so kind and concerned about mom. I have a very vivid memory and photograph of him walking her out to the car. So special. His pain is over and he is with the rest of the family and Jesus. He was a gentleman and a good soul. We will all miss him. I'm sorry I will not be able to attend his memorial service. With prayers and love, Kathy Lahti Morton
Rest in Peace Philip,
You were such a sweet guy, heaven has gained another angel and you will be with your family again.
My sincerest sympathy to his family.
I met Phil as a young boy and was amazed at how kind and thoughtful he was for being so young. He has always been the same caring for others more so than for himself. What a great blessing I have always felt to know him. Our whole family will miss him but we know he is where he wanted to be with God.
I'm so very sorry for your loss, Debbie. B He was very dear to me, and helped me when I was going through a very difficult time of my life. His soft spoken words of encouragement, his sweet smile, and kindness will never be forgotten.
I will truly miss you, my friend.I am glad you came back into my life. My Saturday afternoons will never be the sam e without you. Peace and comfort to all Phil's family.
I have to say, I'm getting tired of signing guest books for my family! Debbie, you better stick around, you're all I've got left. I don't know where to start about my Uncle "The Phil". To say I'm sad right now, is an understatement. I can't imagine a life with him, he was always there when I needed him. Philip would love to tell me stories of when I was younger, and I never got tired of hearing them. He would put me through the sunroof of his car when I was kid, and we go trolling for chicks!
I got to board his ship when it was in port in Virginia, I'll never forget how that made me feel. I was so proud of him, for being in the Navy. Philip would have never retired if he didn't have to. I loved to hear him talk about his time in the service! I have been richly blessed with the greatest family in the world, and I am honored to have had an Uncle like Phil. Godspeed sailor! say hi to my mom, and Grahm & Gramp for me. I miss you like crazy, and I love you so much. Till we meet again Phil, keep them laughing up there!
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Phillip was a special friend whom will be missed. He made us smile and we will miss him.
A friend for many years,Phillip will be missed,but we know his pain is gone& he knew his LORD!!!!!
Words escape me for this... I know Philip had so many medical issues in his life, but he always had a smile. I know he is at peace and out of pain, so that brings me some comfort. Rest In Peace... Rest in Peace