Phillip Rigelman
1943 - 2021
Oct, 30 2021
2:00p.m. - 5:00p.m.
Warm Beach Church
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Phillip C Rigelman, 78, passed away peacefully on Saturday, September 4, 2021, at his home in Stanwood, WA.

Phil was born in Bryan, OH, on May 12, 1943, to Peter and Louise (Dutter) Rigelman. Phil and Cynthia/Cindy (Taylor) were married August 2, 1959, in Bryan, OH, where they raised their family. In August 1978, the family moved to Lynnwood, WA.

The real passion of his life was his family. Anyone that knew Phil was well aware that family was his top priority - from his wife to his four children and their spouses, to his grandchildren/step-grandchildren (14) and their spouses, and great-grandchildren/step-great-grandchildren (10).

Phil is preceded in death by his wife of 60 years, Cynthia Rigelman (2019), son Jeffry Rigelman (2020), parents Peter and Louise (Dutter) Rigelman and mother- and father-in-law Irvin and Agnes (Garber) Taylor.

A memorial service/celebration of life is being planned at the Warm Beach Church, Stanwood, WA, on Saturday, October 30th, 2021, 2:00-5:00pm.

May 12, 1943 - September 4, 2021
Published by The Herald (Everett) from Sep. 18 to Sep. 19, 2021.
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2:00p.m. - 5:00p.m.
Warm Beach Church
Stanwood, WA
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I knew Phil since he was a little kid on East High Street in Bryan, Ohio. From Yucatán, Mexico I send my sympathies to Lorna and the rest of his family.
George Camp
September 27, 2021
Phil loved me and thought of me as just one of the family. I loved him, too, and will miss him and his wonderful smile and hugs. <3
Margie Griffith (Aunt Dar)
September 24, 2021
Phil became my friend in 2018 when I met him and Cindy in Warm Beach Health Care Center. We would sit together with our wives and visit, push them into the Chapel service on Sunday, dine with them in the dining room, play bingo with Phil calling out the numbers, and then brother Phil joined our bible study group in my carport when Covid caused the Health Care Center to lock down...Phil became a great friend and always had a warm spot in his heart for our group where he studied God's Word completing Gen.1-11 and the first 10 chapters of Revelation with Sid Porter, Ted Smythe, Ray Miller and myself. He and I and Ray Miller were burger-buddies always seeking to find the "Best Burger"...Our last meal together was at Scuttlebutt in Everett, WA. He always said his best burger was the Mushroom Onion Burger he ordered at the Conway Bar and Eatery. He name is in the Book of Life. A great friend and brother in Christ.
Samuel Bess
September 19, 2021
Our Thoughts and Prayers are with you all in this sad time . We Love you all Larry and LaVi Waller
Larry D Waller
September 18, 2021
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