I was looking through old photos, and believe it or not, I remembered Phil from GRADE school in Prairie Village, KS. He lived in my neighborhood as well. My condolences go out to your family. I hope that Phil did not suffer when he left this world.
I knew Phil & his brother Bill through school and living close to them while growing up. They would come to our house on 72 terr to see my Dads sports cars. Good memories!! God bless & rest in peace Phil. Heartfelt condolences to Bill & the rest of the family. Sorry this is so late-just found out about his passing. Diane Long Taylor.
I always felt entertained, enlightened, and challenged to learn more around, and about Phil. He was yet another to enrich my life. Thank you Phil. And my condolences to your family and other friends.
When Phil left the building, the party was over. He made a lot of people happy to know him. He was deep, but he preferred to be funny. I'm very sorry to hear about all the suffering he went through in his final battle. RIP Phil
Phil is a memorable character. I knew Phil from the 70's and I always felt he would have been and artist if he hadn't been in the military. He was always special to my family and went out of his way to take time with us. With blessings, the Peebles family.
We were neighbors, classmates, and our fathers were fishing buddies; what a lot of good times to remember. We extend our sympathy to those with more recent connections.
For the Brace family.
I am blessed and very lucky to have had my life touched by such a great guy and friend. I already have found myself thinking of Phil often and missing him. Thank you GOD for letting Phil touch and be a good part of my life.
Phil was one of the good guys. I fondly remember him from high school and swimming at the Village Pool. May he rest in peace. Rich and Fred Wisegarver New Jersey
Got to know Phil back in the days of Hubbell Tyner working projects together. Sometimes the fellas said you could hear us laughing throughout the warehouse. Prepare the party old bud, the rest of us will be along soon enough.
I am grateful for the life of Mr. Corbett. Thanks to his service and to the service of others in our armed forces, my family and I have been able to lead our lives in freedom and peace.
Welcome home, Phil.
Phil was one of the first people I met after moving to KC in 1962. He was kind, friendly and made me laugh. Mike and I extend our condolences to Billie and the family. You are in our prayers.
Mr Phil had this COOLEST red convertible sports car, he would come down to the Westside often driving this vehicle. He was just a crazy cool man! Rest in peace my friend.
Rest in peace. Say hi to Shag.