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PHILLIPS Russell

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PHILLIPS RUSSELL Passed away peacefully on 30th December 2021. Much loved husband of Christine, loving father of Nicole and Leanne, father-in-law to Darryn and Phil.

Grandfather to Nicholas, Joshua, Hayden and Ava. Loving brother to Kaye and brother-in-law to Bob. A life so well lived, defined by his love of family and friends, his kindness, incredible spirit and passion for sport.

We will miss you very much.

Published 3rd Jan, 2022
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PHILLIPS:

A Funeral Service for the late Russell Phillips of Doubleview will be held in the Norfolk Chapel of KARRAKKATTA Cemetery, Railway Road, Karrakatta arriving at the Main Entrance at 10.00am on FRIDAY (14.01.2022) for a Service commencing at 10.15am.

Prosser Scott SUBIACO 9381 6133 WA FAMILY OWNED

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  • PHILLIPS RUSSELL Much loved and loving brother and in law of Kaye and Bob; loved and respected uncle of Janine, Matt, Ella and Mason; Rod, Kylie and Kaylee; and Kerry-Ann.

    A lifetime of laughs and happy memories of a supportive family man who will be greatly missed.

    Our love and sympathy to Christine, Nicole, Leanne and their families

    Wednesday, 5 January 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • PHILLIPS RUSSELL Deepest sympathy to Christine, Nicole, Leanne and families on the passing of Russell. He will be remembered for the kind and generous person that he was. Forever in our hearts. Love from Alan, Christine, Hayley, Kelly and Glen.

    Thursday, 6 January 2022 Published in The West Australian
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    A kind generous and loving man who always made you smile. Our deepest sympathy to Christine, Nicole, Leanne and families. He will be remembered fondly.

    From Susan, Hayley, Kelly and Glen.

    Wednesday, 5 January 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • PHILLIPS (RUSSELL)

    Our deepest sympathy to Christine, his sister Kaye and their families on the passing of Russell, our nephew and cousin. He was a man of compassion, action and humour.

    Love from Hazel, Michael, Marie, Joseph and Alex Megaw.

    Tuesday, 4 January 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • PHILLIPS RUSSELL DAVID Much loved brother-in-law of Stephen and Sue and adored Uncle of Jackie and Katherine. The "favourite" son-in-law of Colin and Joy Brown (both deceased).

    Treasured memories of a kind, generous and wonderful man.

    Love and sympathy to Christine, Nicole, Darryn, Leanne, Phil and families. Stephen, Sue, Jackie and Katherine

    Tuesday, 4 January 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • PHILLIPS RUSSELL "Rusty" Phillips was a much loved and respected player and Life Member of Eastern Blades Hockey Club. He formed strong friendships within the Club over many years and continued to support the Club long after his playing days were over. Our thoughts are with his family. Rest in Peace. Eastern Blades Hockey Club

    Saturday, 8 January 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • PHILLIPS (RUSSELL)

    True friend of 50 years, a kind gentleman, scholar who graced us with his love, friendship, humour and tears when trying times were upon us. Sleep Peacefully Rusty with your mate Ric. Until the Resurrection Acts 24:15 Yildiz and family.

    Friday, 7 January 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • PHILLIPS (RUSSELL)

    A kind gentleman with humour to match. He will be sadly missed and always in our hearts. Our heartfelt sympathies to Christine and families. Rest in Peace Rusty. The Boomerangs Group.

    Friday, 7 January 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • PHILLIPS (RUSSELL)

    Sincerest sympathy to Christine, Nicole, Leanne and families. We will always remember his mischievous grin and love of life and family.

    He Fought the Good Fight Vale Rusty Greg, Jill, Nicole and Kendall

    Wednesday, 5 January 2022 Published in The West Australian
  • PHILLIPS RUSSELL "Rusty" Phillips was a popular and respected member of the Western Hockey Masters, playing from its earliest years until illness prevented him. He was a skilled, potent and prolific forward, playing with several clubs in Perth and representing WA in many national championships. He was a team player, scrupulously fair and a quick-witted and entertaining conversationalist. He will be missed. Our thoughts are with his family. Western Hockey Masters

    Tuesday, 4 January 2022 Published in The West Australian

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