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September 20, 2018

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June 9, 2018
He was my favorite teacher and also our academic decathlon coach. He was a very inspirational man that encouraged you to think outside the box and fostered your talents without you even knowing. He was so witty and goofy at the same time, and I learned so many foundational things from him. He will be greatly missed. R.I.P. Mr. Phillips. - Desireá (Alvis) Tucker-AcDec 1998-00
April 8, 2018
You were a very good man, Mr. Phillips.

I'm so sad I didn't see you again after you retired.

You were the best father figure I had growing up. I wish you could have been my dad.
March 15, 2018
Terry Phillips, married to my sister Victoria Phillips for over 25 years, mother of Elizabeth, Ethan and Erika, RIP.
March 14, 2018
Mr. Phillips was the teacher who had the greatest influence on me. In 2008 I joined the Army after finishing law school. I'm certain I would not have done something like that were it not for the things I learned in Mr. Phillips' English class. Not about English or literature, but about how to see the world and my place in it. I never knew he served in the 82nd because he never talked much about his past. But I wish I had known because I served my first four years in the Army at Fort Bragg and would have loved to hear his Army stories. See you at Fiddler's Green.