Ernest Phillips

Glenburn, Maine

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Rest in peace Ernie, and condolences to family. You were a rational voice for your industry and men, and a great railroader.

Thank you for all your hard work. Rest easy Brother.

Dawn, Patrick & Family ~ I am so sorry to read of Ernie's passing. I saw last Ernie in Portland at the Elks Club (Feb 2002) where I was using the Pool for Physical Therapy and I heard a familiar voice say my name in the hall and to my surprise it was an old neighbor. It was so nice to chat with him that day ~ we had so many laughs that day and talked about the "old" neighborhood. I will cherish that last visit fondly! Please accept my deepest symapthies. Memories help you...

I worked for Ernie from the time I was 12 yrs old till I was about 18. I lived directly across the street from Ernie's farm on Union Street. Ernie was a mentor and a role model who taught me many lessons on responsibility, hard work , honesty and integrity. He was a very positive influence on my early life and to this day I still think of him often. My sincere condolences. I am sorry for your loss!

Celebrating a life well lived. We will cherish the memories forever.

On behalf of my Mother Doris and the McNamara family, we are so very sorry for your loss. Ernie was a dear and devoted friend to my Dad Paul. I am wondering if they are organizing their union meetings from above. God Bless! from Doris, Paula and Susan and the McNamara railroad family

Thank you, Ernie, a man that knew what it meant to be a friend. Gary Karam

Donna, I am so sorry for your loss. You are all in my prayers.

We send our sincere sorrow with Ernie's passing. He was a good friend with a big heart. Ann Buck and family


Ernest's Obituaries

Ernest 'Ernie' Phillips, 77 GLENBURN -- Ernest 'Ernie' A. Phillips, 77, went home to be with his Lord and Savior on March 27, 2013. He was born on Jan. 4, 1936, the eldest son of Stanley and Muriel (Morse) Phillips in Milford. He attended Milford Grammar School and graduated from Old Town High...

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