Carol Lee Phillips M.D.
1932 - 2018
BORN
1932
DIED
2018
Carol Lee Phillips MD

Burlington - Carol Lee Phillips of Burlington, VT died on December 28, 2018. The daughter of Lawrence and Norma Fenton she was born in Stratford, CT on December 17, 1932. She was a graduate of Douglass College and Yale Medical School. She did residency training in Pediatrics at Yale-New Haven Hospital, Baylor Hospital and Fletcher Allen Hospital. She joined the University of Vermont faculty in the department of Pediatrics in 1968 and rose to Professor and Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics and head of the Pediatric service at Fletcher Allen. She also served as Associate Dean for Admission at the Medical School for seven years and later as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. She served on the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Infectious Diseases for six years and was associate editor for their publication. She retired in 1995.

She was married in 1956 to Charles Alan Phillips MD who passed away in 1994. She is survived by her son Michael Phillips MD and his wife Brenda Phillips MD of Plattsburgh, NY; her daughter Cynthia Phillips and her husband Thomas Martin MD of Albuquerque, NM; her daughter Catherine Phillips of Williston, VT; her daughter Lynn Weiskopf and her husband Gary of Clifton Park, NY and eight much loved grandchildren.

At her request, there will be no memorial services. Those wishing to make donations in her honor should send them to the George and Francis Phillips fund for student scholarships at the University of Vermont College of Medicine care of the UVM Foundation, Attention Ruth Henry, 411 Main St. Burlington, VT 05401.



Published by The Burlington Free Press on Jan. 6, 2019.
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Lee was a good friend and a kind, compassionate, and intelligent woman. The many years Bob (Guiduli) was sick she never missed a month when she would come by and visit with him and brighten his day. She will be missed and remembered fondly.

Barbara Guiduli
January 8, 2019
Thank you Lee and Al for befriending us in Burlington, 1966!!! and thereafter. There's a lot to be said for not suffering (too much) and not being able to remember ghastly current events.

Larry W. Hirons,M D and Sharon.
January 7, 2019
Dr. Phillips was a role model for me when in med school at UVM in the 1970s. I remember her clearly with deep admiration and fondness.

Sending much sympathy,

Ruth Kennedy Grant MD
UVM College of Medicine Class of 1977
Ruth Kennedy Grant
January 6, 2019
Dear Lynn and family,

How lucky we were to be one of your mom's neighbors! The memory of her I treasure the most will always be her beautiful voice. Sincere condolences to you all.
Nina Jaffe
January 6, 2019
My Mother helped Dr. Phillips care for her husband for a time, and became dear friends with her. My family and I will always be grateful for how wonderful a person Dr. Phillips is, and the comfort and friendship she provided our Mom was immeasurable. I'm sure there are scores of other families that would say the same. A great woman, a great person will be missed. Thank you for sharing your life with so many.

Bill Mack
January 6, 2019
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