kathleen a.phillips
Greece: Went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday, January 12, 2010 at the age of 70. Survived by her husband, Rollin C. Phillips; her sons and daughters in law, Rollin Douglas and Diane, Aaron Thomas and Wendy Phillips; her daughters and son in law, Mary Kay and Matthew Cowley and Cory S. Phillips; grandsons, Rollin Drake, Sterling and Ryan Phillips; brothers, Robert (Jane), Wallace (Charlotte) and Gregory (Anita) Rohrdanz; sisters, Sylvia (Robert) Kiedrowski, Susan (Roger) Stone, Alice (Harry) Allinger; several nieces and nephews.

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  1. chuck it is hard to express in words how you must feel with kathy passing away. but i am truly sorry to hear she is gone but i will say i understand and it is true time will help ease the pain. my sympathies gp out to your children and my cousins too. im sure kathy will watch over each and everyone of you, god bless you all.

  2. Chuck, it seems like yesterday that Sue suggested we get you and Kathy together.
    Sue and I will remember the good times and the laugh which Kathy had as her own.
    Sue and I will be with you and your family in spirt.
    We love you, Stan and Sue

  3. Chuck,
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this most difficult time. May all the happy memories keep her close to your heart.

    Doris

  4. I can’t tell you how much you are loved and will be missed! I thank you for all you have done and given us over the many years. Words will never express the gratitude. Ryan is very happy that you can now run and jump because you know that seems to be all he does and all he has ever done and anyone that does it with him is the best. Please jump any time, I will even allow it in the house when its you! :o) Please watch over my boys for me and guide them and keep them safe. All my love,
    Wendy

    PS I will still NEVER forget the first time meeting you… Aaron all excited about his new skiis, they leaned on the back side of the counter, when all of a sudden they fell over and gouged the arm on the chair to your new dining room set. I will NEVER forget that shriek and yelling at Aaron. I know YEARS later all we could do was laugh, and we will continue! Thanks again!

  5. I will always remember the times that I spent with Aunt Kathy when my parents would go out of town and, later, when I moved to Rochester as a graduate nurse. Aunt Kathy and I would have a cold beer together at least once or twice each week as I borrowed her vacuum cleaner. We would laugh like crazy and I loved the fact that she gave me the thumbs-up when she met my husband Ed for the first time! Aunt Kathy always has and always will hold a very special place in my heart. May God watch over Uncle Chuck and their children and grandchildren as well as Aunt Kathy’s sisters and brothers and give them peace that she is with Him.
    With Love, Mary Alice

  6. Mom,

    Thank you for bringing me up to be a great, caring, and compassionate person. I couldn’t have picked a better Mom. I feel honored that I was able to be with you all 118 days you were in the hospital. I will continue to pray for you every day until I can join you in heaven. I know you are on that porch like the one in Maui waiting for Dad and I to join you. Hang loose and a great big Aloha! My God rest your beautiful and perfect soul.

    Love Your ‘Angel Girl’,
    Cory xoxoxx

  7. One of my fondest memories of Aunt Kathy was when she and her boyfriend,’chuck’ took colleen,Jeff and myself to the Wilson fire hall to see Santa Claus. Sitting in the back of the car driving through the country as Aunt Kathy is pointing out the houses decorated for the holidays. Then their was the time when Aunt Kathy was over visiting mom, as they were sitting in the kitchen Jeff comes running in to the house yelling for mom’s attention and Aunt Kathy replied to his inquiry answering in the same voice as our mom’s and never missing a beat. the look on Jeff’s face as he saw Aunt Kathy sitting there was priceless. Aunt Kathy you will be missed, thank you. We love you. ‘Little Bobby’

  8. Aunt Kathy, I cannot tell you how often I think about you. I will never forget our conversation the last time I saw you at Jeff’s home for a Fourth of July party and your sitting down next to me and, out of nowhere, you placed your arm around my shoulders, looked into my eyes and said, ‘Nette, you are the strongest woman I have ever known. I am so proud of you for hanging so tough. Your girls are beautiful and it is so obvious that they adore you.Great job, Nette! Great job!’. I will carry those words in my heart always.

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