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December 17, 2018

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October 30, 2017
Still in shock. Phyllis was like a mom to me. A wonderful, kind, caring woman whom I will always remember and cherish. She helped me immensely through my mom's own terminal illness. Such a tragedy to lose both women just nine days apart. God has received two angels in heaven.
~ Suzanne Horgan
October 18, 2017
Where do I begin?? Phyllis was my therapist for many years. I saw her in my 30's and was so happy to see her again in the last few years. She always encouraged me and always made me feel I was on the right track! I remember anytime I was struggling she would say," is this an old feeling or a new feeling? " I am grateful I showed her a paper I wrote about her in graduate school. I returned to graduate school to pursue counseling. The assignment was to write about a therapist you learned from. She enjoyed reading the paper and I'm so glad I shared it with her. I remember feeling totally drained from work and mentioned I hadn't eaten much. She said," well you have to eat something! " She came back with some cookies and tea. I never forgot that and her consistent support and encouragement!!! She shared how she met her husband Jack and how she knew they were meant for each other. She smiled as she told me the story and seemed content to me. She just was so great. I was amazed she was still seeing clients and was concerned about her health. She always hugged me when she saw me. She helped me to heal in so many ways! She saw me through the darkest period of my life and allowed me to feel my feelings. I felt safe with her. What a gift she was! She also was funny too! She could come across very assertive but in a loving way. She wanted people to see the best version of themselves. This Monday, I will start my career as a therapist. I am so grateful I learned from the best. Much Love.
October 16, 2017
Phyllis was my beacon for six years as she helped me through the challenges of caregiving for my wife who died in February of 2016. She valiantly helped me through the grieving process in spite of her battle with cancer herself. I will miss and pray for her.

Patrick Palmer
October 9, 2017
I am remembering Phyllis' amazing stamina and energy and how she continued to see her patients even when she herself was battling cancer. "What grit!" I thought, although Phyllis did not seem to think it was anything extraordinary. Yes she had a seriousness of purpose and was interested in new approaches and ideas in the field. I remember her fondly.