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Patricia Erhard Trainor posted a condolence
Friday, February 16, 2018Dear Phyllis and family, I am so sad to hear of the death of Philip. As you know he was a good friend of my older brother,Ed . He lived right down the block from us in Richmond Hill, where we all grew up. I remember fondly his cheery smile and his kindness to me, even though I was the kid sister. He was always one of my favorites and from the other condolences, I see he maintained his kindness and optimistic attitude throughout his life. I truly cannot believe he has left . My condolences to you and his children and grandchildren. May he Rest In Peace . Love, Patricia
Gerard Macholz posted a condolence
Thursday, February 15, 2018I consider myself so very lucky to have known Mr. Messina - I just couldn’t call him Phil only out of respect - for so many years and I am going to miss him. What a truly better world because of him and what an inspiration he was to me and so many others. I think of him as a hero - a hero to his family and to me and likely so many others. I can’t think of anyone else that I have wanted to emulate more than Phil - Mr. Messina. I’m sad that he is gone but comforted in the fact that he will never be gone because we will always see him in Marybeth, Steven, Chris and his grandchildren...and that actually makes me smile.
Diana Macholz posted a condolence
Tuesday, February 13, 2018I've know Phil most of my life as Mr. Messina. It's only in the last couple of years I became comfortable calling him Phil; but really, it could have been Dad. I've had the distinct pleasure of knowing Phil since I was 12 years old - when Marybeth and I became lasting friends in 7th grade. So many memories for all those years - but the one constant - every single time I would see him - was his warm and gentle greeting, "Hi Di!" followed by an enormous hug and infectious smile. He touched so many lives with his generous and kind spirit; life on this planet will change because he did make it a brighter place when you were surrounded by his love, and now, it will become so much brighter in the place where he has gone.
Dominic DeFalco posted a condolence
Friday, February 9, 2018To a truly special man. I cannot begin to describe how positive an impact you have had on me. While I’ve only had the privilege to be your friend for a relatively short time, I will strive in my everyday llife to be more positive, kind and loving, just like you. Golf will not be the same without your welcoming smile. Rest in peace Phil.
Dennis & Carla Reustle posted a condolence
Wednesday, February 7, 2018We are both so saddened to hear the news of Phil's passing. We have been blessed to know this wonderful man who was so friendly and caring to us. His warm smile every time we would see each other here in Fiddlers Creek was infectious. We all admired him and and just how much he loved his wife Phylis. He had so much joy in his heart and we were honored to have known him. Phill will be missed by everyone in Majorca village.
Richard Barry posted a condolence
Tuesday, February 6, 2018My thoughts and prayers are with the entire Messina family on the passing of Phil. He set an example for all to follow.Dick Barry
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Tuesday, February 6, 2018