Timothy Phillips

Topton, Pennsylvania

Age 60


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Timothy M. "Tim" Phillips, 60,

of Rockland Township, died suddenly on Wednesday, May 31, 2017.

He is the loving husband of Stephanie A. (Sutton) Phillips, whom he married on June 8, 1976. Born in Norristown, Montgomery County, Tim was a son of the late Michael P. and Florence...

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We only knew Tim for a very short time. As a new horse owner Tim's advice and help were so valuable. I just learned today that he passed the very day he reshoed our horse. We are in such sorrow and shock and will miss him dearly. My God be very near to Stephanie and the family. You will all be in our thoughts and prayers. Sam and Kellee Strunk

Good-bye, Tim

I'm so sorry to hear this news. I've known Tim for decades, and he was such a kind and helpful support for me in my journalism work in the farrier world. I will miss him, and knowing that he is out there somewhere, thinking about something just as much as he was doing something. We are all so much better off for Tim having been in this world to help our horses...and us.

My sincerest condolences to the Phillips family. Tim was my farrier for many years, so patient & kind to all the older horses. It was a pleasure to know him.

Dear Phillips Family my deepest condolences to your family. Tim was a kind and gentle man. I'm so sorry for your loss. Tim worked on my horse for only a few years but made a huge impression on our lives. We also had the pleasure of being parishioners in the same church.

Harold posted this memory of all the campfires shared at Tim's dad's place.

Very sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with you.

My condolences to the Phillips family. Tim was there for me for over 30 years and many horses. He will be irreplaceable as a friend and farrier.

Many people will walk in and out of your life. But only True Friends will leave footprints in your heart. Tim was a true friend to my wife, our animals, and me. I will truly miss him and all the time we shared in this lifetime. His spirit and greatness as a follower of Christ will live on with me and his spirit is now with my wife in the garden. Bless him and his family in this time of loss. His memory and giving will live with us till we meet him again.

Most Sincerely,

My sincere condolences to the Phillips family. Tim was my Farrier for over 15 years. Always professional, a wonderful person, and always willing to listen and make suggestions in the care of my horse. I will truly miss this fine man and Farrier, called to soon.

Stephanie and family, I am so sorry for your loss. Tim was a great friend and mentor and will be deeply missed. You are all in my prayers.
Sincerely , Mike Hertzog