“Fran- as you know Phil and I became close "brothers" through the years at the troop reunions. I enjoyed a beer or two with him on those occasions. I will miss him and the hole that he will leave at the reunions. Peace and God bless you. Al and Barb Loomis
“I was so sorry to hear of Phil's passing. I'll always remember him, beer in hand, kicking back during the old Eagle Lake fishing trip days.
“Fran, may you find comfort in all your fond memories. Take care.
“Years ago across from Bowen Park as a young Lad I learned the art of hard work with the accompanied meant of my older and hero some brother. One twenty seven Greenwood Rd., A tiny warehouse full of hard working hard drinking cohorts undaunted by any work load pushed on them that day because a measurable cold one awaited their accomplishment. Gary and I remember Phil for the man he was back in this stepping stone slice of humanity laded character filled time. We held no regrets we were only...
“Fran, So sorry for your loss, Phil will be missed by all his brother troopers. God bless you, and your family, as you grieve the loss of a great man that meant so much to many.
“Dear Bob. So sorry to hear of your Brother's passing. I pray that God provides you and your entire family with comfort during this difficult time and shows you compassion. Take care and God bless you.
Paul E. Williams (class of 61)
“Our deepest sympathy to you and your family Fran...Jerry & Barb Gross
“So sorry for your loss Fran. You are in my prayers and my heart. I am here for you.
“So sorry you all have had to go through so much. Fran, you all have truly supported each other and always showed your love. May God bless and comfort you and your precious family. From your brother in arms and family.
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Haymaker, Phillip G. 72, of Waukegan passed away on Saturday, April 5, 2014 at the Veterans Administration Hospital of North Chicago. He was born August 30, 1941 in Noblesville, IN and had lived in Waukegan for most of his life. He was a Vietnam Veteran serving in the Army from 1966 to 1968; was...Read More