Phillips, James 'Jim' William Roy

Phillips, James 'Jim' William Roy

December 30th, 2015

In loving memory of James (Jim) William Roy Phillips, who passed away suddenly at ‘Seasons Strathroy’ on Wednesday, December 30, 2015, at the age of 78.  Predeceased by his beloved wife of 42 years, Nancy Ann Phillips (née Cloutier), in March of 2005.  Survived by his loving family:  son Michael James Roy Phillips, of Calgary; daughter Kelly Marie Stiger and her husband Matthew, of San Antonio, Texas; daughter-in-law Susan Phillips, of Toronto; and by grandchildren Matthew, Sloane and Kathleen, Ethan and Liam, who continually brought him great joy!  Also survived by son Greagory Edward Phillips; brother David (Bud) Phillips and his wife Diane, of Huntsville; and sister Helen Bacon and her husband Merl, of Barrie.  Jim was a pillar of whichever community he called home and volunteered time and resources, or whatever was necessary, for every cause or event he and his wife, Nancy, were drawn to.  A memorial service will be conducted at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Monday, January 4, 2016 at 11:00 a.m.  In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a donation in memory of Jim are asked to consider the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario.

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Chuck and Gail JamiesonDeepest sympathy, Micheal and Kelly, your Dad was truly one of a kind. Know how much you were loved. We have fond memories of your family. Love chuck and Gail
Mark Thorne and Frank StoraceKelly and Family, Jimbo was a wonderfully kind soul who was always so excepting and loving to those around him. He treated us like family and that will be something we can't forget. I know he has touched so many hearts and his absence from this earth will be felt everyday. Our love and sympathies are with you during this time.
Sue MooreKelly, Mike & Family My heart felt condolences to you all during this time of sorrow. Know that your Mom has welcomed your Dad with open arms, they can continue their adventures once again together. RIP Jim you will be missed by many.
carolannieHi Jimmy John I will miss you terribly and hope you are now with your love Nancy. I will not have anyone to call me carolannie anymore and take my side against your best friend Lynn (who will miss you dearly) Go with God and know that you were loved.
Lynn LaRoucheJim, you were great person and a really great friend; you will be missed! However, you still owe me breakfast and it's looking like I am not going to be able to collect. Don't worry Jim, if you end up where I think you will end up, I will see you there to collect. Love Lynn
Bev and Don StoakleyJim, even though you moved a while back, we like so many others in Grand Cove will surely miss your happy nature, many kindnesses and sweet smile. We, along with Dianne, who was so special to you, will remember you always. Bev and Don
June and Bill AlexanderSo sorry to hear of your loss Diane June and Bill
Paul &Doreen LelancCondolences to all the family. Jim was a special person , always with the smile and jokes . We will miss him. Paul & Doreen
Donna RobottomWe had some great times with you & Dianne, I will miss your big Teddy Bear hugs, the Cove is not the same without you. Condolences to all your family. Donna
Georgina BurtSo very sorry to all of Jim's Family. We had such wonderful times with Nancy and Jim in Sorority, and made many memories. Nancy and Jim, and Bill , will be 'playing pool' now, and all are ' at peace.. Sincerely Georgina Burt... So Sorry I cant be with you on this day of Remembrance ....
Beth SarazinMy sympathy to the family and sorry that I will be unable to make the Memorial. Even though I hadn't seen Jim recently I will miss this laugh, smile and his calling me "MacBeth".
Steve and Martha JoyceWe are saddened to learn of Jim's passing. His greatest joy was his family and grandchildren. We regret we could not attend the memorial and we extend our prayers and thoughts to all of you. (former back yard neighbors - the Joyces)
Albert and Pauline PenneySorry to hear of Jim's passing. We spend many years living across the street from Jim and spend lots of happy times with him and Dianne.
Gina GagnonSo sad to hear about "Mr P" passing. I have nothing but great memories of him. Making me laugh, cheering me on the ice and off, picking Kelly and I up in the freezing cold after our ski trips. He touched many lives and I will miss him.
Rae and George JenkinsSo sad to hear of Jims passing. Many great memories of good times with him and Dianne.
Don & Sharon NorthrupJim we will miss your great smile that you had for everyone. You and Dianne were a very special couple. The Cove misses you.
Donna BlackwoodJim Phillips was my boss at Bell when I moved to London from Toronto. Always fair and fun. Worked with Nancy also. Have great memories. Sorry for the familys loss.
Eldon & Dawna King Rest in peace Jim. You will be missed as we treasure our memories of many wonderful times we shared with you and Dianne.
Bob & Karen BrewsterSo sad.. We will remember all the good times spent with you & Dianne
Bob ThomasSencere condolences to Jim's family. Jim & I worked together for many years & Jim was always very helpful to me. Until very recently we corresponded via E mail on a regular basis.
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