Barbara, Rob, and Shane
I just found out about Phil's passing, i am so sorry for your loss. He gave me my first real job as a graphic designer when he hired me at Promart Advertising in 1984. He was a great boss and a good friend, I am forever grateful for the opportunity he gave me. Praying for you all that the Lord may grant you His peace that passes all understanding.
I love you! You have been my spirtitual leader. You are the Man, Father and Husband that I strive to be. Thank you for such a great life. Thank you for teaching me how to handle life's lesson's through dignity, honor, respect and humor. I love and miss you Dad!
Dear Rob, Shane and my precious Barbie, love you all so much and am here for anything you need. Phil was a wonderful husband, father and family man who seemed to handle everything with ease, grace and humor.
Larry and I are so sorry for the loss to the Anderson Family. Phil was always the class clown. He made all of us laugh. I know that he will be missed by all. Now he is in heaven being the life of the party. Larry and Cheryl (Smith) Jones
Phil will be missed at the office with his jokes and his smile....prayers for the family
We remember when Barbara first met Phil.
Here was this guy with huge side burns and my first impression was a real tough guy who drove a camaro, great brother in-law in my book. Being Barb's younger brother, I could tell that Phil was the guy in Barb's future. Beside the tough guy appearance, once you got to know Phil, you realized he was a prankster, always coming up with clever comments for any situation. We always looked forward to seeing Barb and Phil and we had plenty of opportunties during our weekly vists with Ann and Arno.
One of the most memorable moments we would like to share with you is the time when we went to North Carolina in the 70's. Arno, Ann, me, Barb and Phil went to Franklin NC to spend a week in the cabin. At the time Ann and I were not married so we weren't allowed too sleep in the same room. So my buddy Phil got with my dad to discuss the prior history of the house and communicated to me that a ghost named Agnes lived in the living room where I had to sleep. Needless to say I was awake most of the night while the rest of the crew slept like babies. The next morning I found out the house spirit (Agnes) was all fabricated by Phil. Once again Phil got me. We will always love Phil, his humor and will miss him dearly.
I worked with Phil for about 6 years. He always gave 110% to whatever he was doing. He always had a story to tell or a quick joke. He will be missed for a long time at the office
Dad and I had a great relationship. It wasn't just father and son. We were coworkers, best friends and father and son. Not many people can say that about their father. He has helped and guided me with my faith, work and my personnel life. If there was anyone who lived the modow "live,laugh and love" it was my father. He will never be forgotten and his influence will continue to flourish.
I still have fond memories of Philip from high school. Prayers and condolences to the family.
Dear Barbara, Rosamond, Betty and all the family,
We are so sorry to hear about Phil. Our hearts are with you.
Love, Cousin Tootsie, Dee Dee and family
I wanted to start out by saying how Phil was an amazing man, brother-in-law, husband to his wife and father to his kids. He had an extraordinary talent for making all situations easier than what they appeared to be.
Over the years, I had the chance to share in his humorous spirit that always left you laughing. I'll always remember the running joke we had on college football Saturday, him being a Miami\FSU Fan and I a Gator Fan. At the start of a game, one would call the other with some outlandish story as to why we needed them to come help you out of a sticky situation, the objective here was to come up with a bigger fish tale than the previous call, but all calls ended the same way with the statement "You wait right there till I pick you up". As you can imagine, over time those stories became very, well for lack of a better term, we will just call them sorted.
I will always remember those times and many others that we shared. Phil, you will be deeply missed but never forgotten. You are loved by all who got the privilege to know you.
Rick, Gayle, Amber, and Zachary Kalb
Philip was a wonderful brother, I will miss him dearly. He was quite a joke teller, the life of the party. We will all miss him at our Christmas table. But we know he is in God's hands now - at peace. Good bye Brother, no more pain. Watch over the Family from your place above and put in a good word for all of us.
"Rob, I am so very sorry for your loss. I will keep you and your family in my prayers".
May fond memories comfort you and your family through this very difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Sorry to hear about your loss Robert and to your family.
I am so sorry for your loss, Rob. Prayers going out for you and your family.
Prayers and condolences to your family, Rob