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Philip H. Carlisle

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Philip H. Carlisle, 60, of Plymouth, MA, died July 12, 2013. Philip was born Feb. 20, 1953 to Robert and Lillian (Shaw) Carlisle. Philip was a lifetime Plymouth resident. He was always there to lend a helping hand. Known to many as a very kind and thoughtful man, Philip's clever quirkiness and sense of humor brought a smile to many. Philip worked as a lobsterman and loved to fish. He still had an active commercial fisherman license to this day. He was currently employed by Plymouth Public Schools as a bus driver. He drove children to school sporting events and field trips. Also, at times, to out of area, chartered school trips. He was an extremely safe, courteous driver, who enjoyed the school children immensely. Philip's greatest joy, which he expressed to all, were his two daughters, that he had with Colleen Cahill-James Carlisle, and his five grandchildren. He is survived by his parents Robert and Lillian Carlisle of Plymouth. He was the loving father of Jennifer Carlisle-Brunner and her husband, Tony, and Heather Carlisle and her fianc, Lou. He was the adoring grandfather of Bernard "B", Hayden, Nathan, Alana & Miss Charlotte, who lovingly referred to him as "Papa Phil." He is also survived by his three brothers, Robert (Bobby) wife Ruthann, Stewart, and John wife Karen. He leaves behind two nieces, Elisabeth and Leigh, as well as a great niece, Emma. He will be greatly missed and will remain forever in our hearts. Until we meet again dear friend. Services will be private. Arrangements by Bartlett & Santos Funeral Home, 508-746-3456.

Published in Old Colony Memorial from July 22 to July 29, 2013
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