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September 23, 2018

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October 5, 2017
Deep condolences to Phyllis's sons and family. She was a wonderful woman.
October 4, 2017
Dear Family Members,

Please know the entire Bishop Hendricken Community shares in your loss. I remember Phyllis fondly when she came with her family to honor her brother's service in Vietnam. Rest in Peace, dear friend.
September 25, 2017
I knew Pyllis only as a sub in a tennis group I played in. She was so fun and sweet. I was so shocked and saddened when I heard of her passing. She was one classy lady. My sincere condolonces to her family. May Phyllis rest in peace. Lori Broess
September 25, 2017
I remember Phyllis from Roger Williams Jr High, she sat behind me, together in Miss Freeze's class. My brother was in Vietnam at the same time her brother died. It was so heartbreaking, yet when she returned to school, no one talked about him. She asked me to talk about my brother and since he had returned for a second tour, she wanted to know what it was like. She stool talk, walked tall and never once chose sides. She was just Phyllis to me, we were not white or black, we were friends. I went to Hope, and lost touch, but she will be forever my friend.