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Dorothy S. Phillips

Perkasie, Pennsylvania

Dec 29, 1947 – Jul 15, 2021 (Age 73)


December 29, 1947
July 15, 2021
Perkasie, Pennsylvania


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Bernard Suess Funeral Home - Perkasie Obituary


            Dorothy S. Phillips, of Hilltown Township and formerly of Pottstown, PA, passed away Thursday, July 15, 2021, at Grand View Hospital, West Rockhill Township, PA.  She was 73.

            She was the wife of Nicholas D. Phillips.  The couple had celebrated their 22nd Wedding Anniversary on December 24, 2020.

            Born in Pottstown, PA, she was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stetler.  She was a 1965 graduate of Pottstown High School.

            Mrs. Phillips was employed as a Certified Nursing Assistant at Manatawny Manor in Pottstown for ten years until retiring. Earlier, she worked as a secretary at a factory.

            An avid gardener, she also enjoyed weeding, cooking and helping her husband with his woodworking projects.  Most of all, she loved spending time with her family.

            Surviving with her husband are two sons, Eric Marburger and his wife Jackie, of Pottstown, and Scott Marburger and his wife Amy, of Lancaster, PA; six grandchildren; and four brothers, William, Steve,  Joe and Ted Stetler.

            Her Funeral Services will be held privately at the convenience of the family.

            In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Bucks County SPCA, 60 Reservoir Road, Quakertown, PA  18951.

            Arrangements are by the Bernard Suess Funeral Home, 606 Arch Street, Perkasie, PA.


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Dottie was a very loving wife and I will miss her and I will always Love you til the day die.
I LOVE YOU HONEY rest in peace .

So sorry for your loss I and I’m sorry I was unable to make contact with Dotti before she died she was a nice person. I am sure she will be missed and I wish her family peace and fond memories of her

Dottie and Nick were Good Friends and Dottie was always willing to help or give advice while My Wife Doris was Diagnosed With dementia. We Love her so Much. Rest in Peace Dottie

Wish strength and joy to the family of a lovely lady. Quick with a smile and easy to laugh.

I miss you already mom !! Thanks for always putting your boys first and being there for all our sporting events and graduations. I love you