To the Phipps family, we are so very sorry for the loss of such a kind and friendly soul. Pat, I remember when I lived with you, Jake, Kevin and Kristalyn. You were all so welcoming epecially Jake although I think he was baffled by why I needed to have my alarm set 20 minutes ahead of time. I will never forget the morning that I was 20 minutes late for work because Jake had reset my clock to the correct time. I think he'd be happy to know that all my clocks are now set for the right time. Over the years we've enjoyed the visits with you and Jake watching football games, for special gatherings, or dinner just the four of us. We will miss his smile and conversations about horses.
Much love to you all always.
I regret meeting Jason only a couple times. He was a really nice guy and had a good heart. Very sorry for the loss to the family.
So glad to have known Jason and to have been counted as one of his friends. He will be deeply missed by his church family and friends at the Church. Our prayers are with his family.
Tom and I are so sorry to hear of Jake's passing. Every time our horses race we will think of him not being at the track with Donnie.
Jake was a special person and we will miss him.
Tom and Dodie Dillon
My dear Pat,
I was deeply saddened to learn of Jason's passing. I have such fond memories of that fair-haired little boy who joined my nursery school class so many years ago. And it was a joy to watch him grow into such a fine young man. I am so glad that I was able to reconnect with Jason when we had lunch at DiMillo's a while back, and I will always treasure the memory of that day. I know that Jason will live on in your heart and soul, and that all those precious memories will always be a part of you. Jason brought joy and happiness to everyone who touched his live, and I am blessed to have known him. I wish I could be with you right now, but it's not possible. I have not been able to reach you by phone, but please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May God comfort you in this difficult time.
xoxo Mary Beth (239-659-4484/239-293-1125)