Brett A Phillips  2019

Brett A Phillips 2019

Brett A. Phillips 1958 – 2019 Yorkville Brett A. Phillips, 61, of Yorkville, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, September 27, 2019 at his home. He was born on April 1, 1958 in Utica, the son of Ellwood and Anne (Laskowski) Phillips and graduated from Whitesboro Central Schools. Brett was a member of the Mohawk Valley Church, Marcy. He loved to go 4 wheeling and ride his antique Honda Big Red 3 wheeler. Brett also enjoyed going for bicycle rides and walking his neighborhood. He took great pleasure in entertaining family and friends with a good barbeque and in his free time, Brett took great pride in helping his son, Alden with his landscaping business. Surviving are his daughter, Courtney Phillips, TN; son, Alden Phillips, Utica; grandchildren, Lucas and Cameron; sister, Bonnie Thomas, Utica and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his sister, Brenda and brother, Barry. Brett’s family wishes to extend their gratitude to all their family and friends for their love and support through a very difficult time. Funeral services will be on Friday at 11 am from the Mohawk Valley Church, 9427 Maynard Drive, Marcy. Interment will follow in Crown Hill Memorial Park. Arrangements are with Dimbleby Funeral Homes, Inc., 40 Main St., Whitesboro.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Brett A Phillips 2019.

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