So sorry to hear of the passing of my nephew, John. It's been many years since we were together but any time spent with him brings back precious memories. Rest in Peace, John
Your Uncle Howard
Pops was a wonderful person that words just can't describe. The day of White Zombie we stood convincing him and Ruthie P to let us go. That was the day that our wonderful friendship begin. From him and Ruthie P leaving the window open for Justin to crawl thru knowing he would be safe and welcome. There just isn't a way to describe the warmth, welcome and complete unconditional love of Pops and Ruthie P. It is one truly unmeasured in todays time.
To all the Phillips and extended family my heart and love is with you all today and for always, With much love and respect,
Pops will be greatly missed!
No words can express the hole that will be left in the world with you no longer in it. I remember when I first walked into that bike shop and barely knew how to put the thing in gear you and Duck where right there to make fun of me, offer me a beer and teach me about my bike. Someone once told me if you put two soldiers in a room no matter what era they will find something in common. This was true with all three of us. I got to hear about the good old days and you got to hear about how much the Army had changed. I will miss you. I will make sure to stop by every now and again to drink a beer with you. Ride easy my friend.