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July 22, 2018

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May 14, 2017
Special memories come to mind in remembering Tom and Phyllis Pilcher. Every day I can see their home about a mile away and the fields that change with the seasons. Memories of Phyllis guiding me in being a 4-H saddle club leader and how delighted Tom was at my small son's first bite of corn-on-the-cob in their kitchen that had come fresh from his fields. He loved horses and we enjoyed a horse race or two during saddle club gatherings. He helped his daughter Gwen raise and train a fine horse on which she won many blue ribbons in the 4-H club. A part of the Greatest Generation, Tom and Phyllis were winners also in their service to country, community, being good neighbors and successful farmers. A salt-of-the-earth people that will be fondly remembered and missed very much.

My sincere sympathy to Gwen, Tom Jr., Wes and their families.
May 14, 2017
I have many great memories of Mr. and Mrs. Pilcher. Even though I am an adult I have always referred to them in this manner, calling them Tom and Phyllis seemed disrespectful. I spent many hours and overnights with Gwen in her home growing up and I cannot recall a time when I ever saw Mr. or Mrs. Pilcher idol or inactive. They were always working in the fields,kitchen,garden,yard, shop,barns or woods. Mrs. Pilcher was not one to talk too long on the phone. She always had some chore to get done before Tom got home from the field.

I learned a lot from Mrs. Pilcher in her cooking and sewing clubs. She was devoted to her family and community.

Mr. Pilcher was quiet around me but always had good advice when it came to helping with my horse.

They will be missed.

Gwen,Tom and Wes you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Carl and Connie (Matson)Lloyd