Philip R. Mylet
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Philip R. Mylet

Philip R. Mylet, 69, of Snohomish, entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, April 29, 2015, with family by his side.

Born in Hazelton, Pennsylvania, he was the son of the late Philip and Marie (Rinehimer) Mylet.

Phil graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor's of Science in Electrical Engineering. He worked for the Navy Department as a civilian, traveling the world including Spain and Scotland. He then moved to the West Coast to attend the Naval Postgraduate School and obtained a Masters in Computer Science, studying under his thesis advisor Gary Kildall. He later moved to Seattle to take a position with Honeywell working in the Marine Systems Division. After moving to Snohomish, he had a career in Real Estate and most recently worked with the Bureau of Land Management in Rawlins, WY.

Phil loved the beauty of the Northwest and the opportunity it gave him to stay active and go hiking and skiing, flying his airplane and spending time on the water either sailing or fishing. He also spent a lot of time dancing tango at several studios around Seattle.

Phil was married to Marcia Mylet and is survived by their son, Philip M. Mylet and his wife Monica, St. Augustine, Florida. He was later married to Candace Mckenna and is survived by their children, Quentin R. Mylet and his wife Kristen, Kirkland, Nathaniel J. Mylet and his wife Meaghan, Everett, and Johanna M. Mylet, San Diego, California; his siblings Frank (Sharon) Mylet, Cahone, Colorado, Carol Mylet, Alexandria, Virginia, Cheryl (Ronald) Jeckell, Wapwallopen, Pennsylvania, Robert Mylet, Kingston, Pennsylvania, and Sheila (Richard) Moats, Alexandria, Virginia; his eleven grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews and cousins.

The funeral will be held at 11:00 a.m. Friday, June 5th at St. Mark's Catholic Church, 18033 15th Pl NE, Shoreline, WA 98155.

In lieu of flowers, the family asks that memorial donations be made in honor of Phil, to the ALS Association Gift Processing Center, P.O. Box 6051, Albert Lea, MN 56007, or online at www.alsa.org.

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Published in The Seattle Times on May 24, 2015.
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November 23, 2019
I am very sorry to learn of his death today, November 2019
Rosemary Allen
July 23, 2015
I am so sorry! I worked with Phil for many years in the real estate industry and he was a good friend and I will really miss him so much!I have his card that I will alway keep with a picture of him and his plane. Huggs to Phil's family. Sharlie Douglas
June 5, 2015
Phil was a great Dad. I was always pleased to see him support his Boy Scouts and the troop. Very intelligent, but not boastful. I had just spoke with him a few months ago. He was hurting but humble.
We were blessed to have such a great man in our midst. Peace be with you Phil.
Tom Poe
May 25, 2015
Everyone at the gym will remember Phil for his engaging conversation and friendly smile. A wonderful man who will be missed, I'm honored to have been his friend.
Kevin Scott
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