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1924 - 2015 Obituary Condolences
Charles D. Phillips Obituary
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November 14, 2017
Dear Folks,

Charlie was such a good friend to my dad, Carl Tip" Tipton. Charlie had a rich full life.

He is up their polishing rocks right now.

Nancy Tipton
February 6, 2016
So Sorry to learn of the passing of my Uncle Chuck. He will be greatly missed my myself and my sister niece Elaine Garrah. My deepest sympathy to his family.

Ed Lewko
November 19, 2015
Miss You...
November 11, 2015
Dear family of "Uncle" Charlie - I knew Charlie when I was a child in Flagstaff, AZ in the '60s. He was friends with my parents, my mother sharing his birth date. My father taught at NAU with Charlie. I remember him as boisterous and fun. My most vivid memory of that time was when my dad was driving us across New Mexico (probably to visit my grandparents in Nebraska). It was night time and I don't know why but Charlie was meeting us to give us a bag of sandwiches. I realize now that my parents were kidding, but I thought at the time that we would have starved if Uncle Charlie had not taken on this risky venture.

Charlie also came to visit us several times after we moved to Illinois, sometimes with family in tow. I still have the jewelry he gave to me and to Mom (who died in 2003). My older daughter has made a beautiful copper wrap around one of his pendents, which I'm sure he would love to see.

I spoke to Charlie on the phone a few times in recent years and he never changed. He and Dad talked frequently. I was so sad to hear of his death, especially for my Dad who said that Charlie was his last remaining old friend.

Condolences to all of you. Your dad brought joy and enthusiasm - and probably some consternation! - to many lives. I will miss him.