Dennis Gibson Phillips
1974 - 2021
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Dennis Gibson Phillips
April 25, 1974 - January 5, 2021
Dennis Gibson Phillips, age 46, passed away at his family's home in Fresno on January 5, 2021. He was born to Henry Lee Phillips and Carol (Conley) Phillips on April 25, 1974, in Carmel, Ca. He graduated from Carmel High School in 1993. He loved to travel and see new places. He was also an avid 49'ers fan.
He was predeceased by his sister Henrietta Phillips of Chicago. He is survived by his parents, Henry & Carol Phillips of Fresno; His brothers Darrin, of San Jose and Theodore, of Melbourne, Australia plus his sister Victoria of San Diego. He is also survived by his two children, James of Prunedale and Alexandria (Nathaniel) Vivanco of Fresno. In March 2021, he was due to be a first-time grandfather to Kane Vivanco. We were blessed to have Dennis in our lives.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Salvation Army, St. Jude's Hospital, or Lions Club International in his name. A celebration of Dennis' life will be held at a later date with the scattering of his ashes in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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Published in Monterey Herald Obits on Jan. 17, 2021.
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January 16, 2021
My dad was a man with a heart of gold. He always put family first and made sure that my brother and I were his top priority. I recall countless times when would take trips to the Bay Area and create unforgettable memories, laughter, and eat lots of great food! As we all know my dad was a San Francisco 49er fanatic, which he instilled in my brother and I growing up that continues to this day. There will not be a time or day that the memories we created with him will fade.
We love you dad, rest easy!
Alexandria Vivanco
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