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September 23, 2018

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September 23, 2018

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December 18, 2017
He was gracious man, I am sorry to read of his passing.
December 8, 2017
Phil-Dot, Rest In Peace Friend
Sam Codomo-Melbourne,Florida
December 6, 2017
Sara & Family -
So sorry to hear of Phil's passing. I enjoyed hearing his stories when he would come into the shop. Whether it was about his ducks, Army, family or Dot -- it was always just nice to see him. He & Dot were truly blessed. Even at his 90th birthday party - Mike & I could see all the friends & family that loved him. We will miss him dearly.
Thinking of you - Amy & Mike
December 3, 2017
I met Phil many years ago when he came into my business. He would come in fairly regularly over several years. I always made time to talk with him as I found him very interesting and enjoyed his sharing his WW II experiences. He would always bring me copies of political newsletters which I read so we could discuss them on future visits. In the later years he would come with Dorothy and leave her in the car. We all kept an eye on her while Phil took care of his business. He will be missed.
Dom Pellegrino
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