Obituaries of Phillips family members

No mention of a DALTON connection except in the two obituaries Billy Murl Phillips created.

The manipulation of data by Billy Murl Phillips (aka Bill "Dalton" Phillips) is very apparent here.




The obituary of Carrie (Padgett) Phillips Carroll (1972)

(aunt of Bill Phillips, mother of Alford Phillips, below)

Carrie Carroll

Services for Mrs. Carrie Carroll will be 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Assembly of God Church, Ringling. Interment will be in Loco Cemetery.

Mrs. Carroll was born Dec. 28, 1899 in Arlington, Tex., and lived in Montague County and Addington as a small girl. She had lived in the Ringling area for 43, years. She married C.A. Carroll in 1934 at Orr.

She died Nov. 26 at an Ardmore hospital following a lengthy illness.

Survivors include her hosband (sic) C.A., of the home; five sons, Lee Phillips Jr., and Jack Carroll, both of Loco; Bill Phillips, Wilson, and Emet Phillips and Odel Carroll, both of Ringling; a daughter, Mrs. Kathy Walker, Fox; four brothers, Bill Padget, Bakersfield, Calif., Walter Padget, Medra, Calif., and Jack and Frank Padget, both of Oildale, Calif.; and 14 grandchildren.

Services are under direction of Reser Funeral Home.

The Daily Ardmoreite, Ardmore, Okla., Monday, Nov. 27, 1972, p. 2

No mention of a DALTON connection.




The obituary of Norma Jean Phillips Gordon (1992)

(sister of Bill Phillips)

Norma Jean Phillips Gordon

Graveside funeral services for Norma Jean Phillips Gordon of Wynnewood were set for 2 p.m. Wednesday, April 22, at the Elmore City cemetery with the Rev. Mike Boswell officiating.

Mrs. Gordon died April 19 in Oklahoma City.

Wooster Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Gordon, who was born in Elmore City, had been a resident of Wynnewood for 18 years. She was employed as a dental technician at the Pauls Valley State School for 16 years.

Survivors include her husband Floyd; a son, Tim Hazlitt of Wynnewood; her mother, Annie Phillips of Wynnewood; a sister, Dorothy Lynn of Pauls Valley; eight brothers, Loyce of Elmore City, Jay of Davis, Kenneth of Maysville, Gearld (sic) of Pauls Valley, Bill and Thell of Wynnewood; Larry of Oklahoma City, and Doyle of California; and three grandchildren.

(Nancy Samuelson)

No mention of a DALTON connection.




The obituary of Jay J. Phillips (1992)

(brother of Bill Phillips)

Funeral services for Jay Phillips, 69, Davis, were December 22 at First Baptist Church with Rev. Finis Steelman and Rev. Eddie Dye officiating. Interment was at Green Hill cemetery with Fox Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Phillips was born February 26, 1923 at Foster and died December 19 at Oklahoma Memorial Hospital. His parents were Jack and Annie Tarrant Phillips and he had lived in Davis since 1957. He was a terminal manager for Joe Brown Trucking Company.

Survivors include his mother of Wynnewood; a daughter, Marlene Phillips of Pauls Valley; a son, Maxce Phillips of Davis; a sister, Dorothy Lynn of Pauls Valley; six brothers, Loyce Phillips of Elmore City, Kennith Phillips of Maysville, Gerald Phillips of Pauls Valley, Bill Phillips of Wynnewood, Doyle Phillips of California, Larry Phillips of Oklahoma City and Thell Phillips of Wynnewood; two granddaughters, Amanda Gee and Dawn Phillips and a great-granddaughter, Blair Gee.

Pallbearers were Jerry Bumpass, Don Watson, Royce Jones, Dick Jones, Dale Brown and Jimmy Salter. Honorary pallbearers were Joe D. Brown, Cliff Brown, Ted Brown, Speck Williams, Don Jones, Joe Bill Sandusky, Sam Sandusky and Herman Watson.

The Davis News (Davis, OK), Dec. 24, 1992

No mention of a DALTON connection.




The obituary of Annie Phillips (1993)

(mother of Bill Phillips)

Annie Phillips

Funeral service for Annie Tarrant Phillips, 90, Wynnewood, will be conducted at 2 p.m., Sunday, April 25, at Wooster Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Mike Boswell will officiate.

Burial will be at Elmore City Cemetery under the direction of Wooster Funeral Home.

Phillips was born April 4, 1903 in Hart, Indian Territory, and died April 21, 1993 at Pauls Valley General Hospital.

She married Jack Phillips March 18, 1918 in Foster. Phillips had been a lifetime resident of Garvin County. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jack Phillips, in 1974; two daughters, Shirley Ann, in 1944, and Norma Gordon in 1992; and one son, Jay, in 1992. Phillips was a lifetime member of the Pentecostal Church.

Survivors include one daughter, Dorothy Lynn, Pauls Valley; seven sons, Loyce Phillips, Elmore City, Kenneth Phillips, Maysville, Gerald Phillips, Pauls Valley, Bill and Thell Phillips, both of Wynnewood, Larry Phillips, Oklahoma City, and Doyle Phillips, California; one brother, Lonnie Tarrant, Elmore City; one sister, Marie Blankenship, Elmore City; 18 grandchildren; and 25 great-grandchildren.

(Nancy Samuelson)

No mention of a DALTON connection.




Notice the difference in these next two obituaries for Alford Phillips Jr.
Could it be because the second, fraudulent one, was written by Bill Phillips?



The obituary of Alford Lee "Slim" Phillips (1998)

(first cousin of Bill Phillips.)

Lee 'Slim' Phillips

RINGLING -- Services for Lee "Slim" Phillips Jr. 73, will be 2 p.m. today at the Asphaltum Assembly of God Church with the Rev. Jim Gillum and Ronnie Medford officiating. Interment will be at Loco Cemetery under the direction of Alexander Funeral Home.

Born June 20, 1925, at Alma to Carrie Padget and Alford Lee Phillips, he died Oct. 29, 1998, at Ardmore after an extended illness. He was preceded in death by a son, Todd E. Phillips, on June 12, 1986. He was also preceded in death by two half brothers, Jack Carroll and Odell Carroll.

He was a longtime trainer of cutting and calf roping horses and foreman of many prominent ranches in New Mexico and Texas. He and his wife, the former Hazel F. Hopkins, had been married 47 years.

Survivors include his wife of the home, a daughter, Twyla McGuire, Ringling; two sons, Terry, Marietta, and Ty, Ringling; two boys he reared as his own, Jimmy Thompson, Ratliff City, and Smiley Reece, Corgdon, Iowa; a sister, Kathy Needham, Fox; two brothers, Bill, Wilson, and Ernest, Ringling; and seven grandchildren.

Bearers will be Bob Wilson, Warren Whittlesey, Mitchell Hankins, Ralph Needham, Mickey Johnson and Jay K. Johnson. Honorary bearers are Cecil Anderson, Sonny Prentis, Melvin Davis and Bane Bigbie.

Carter County, OK Obituary Collection

No mention of a DALTON connection.

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The obituary of Alford Lee Phillips, Jr. (1998)

The Wynnewood Gazette, Thursday, Dec. 3, 1998

Written more than a month after the first obituary above – obviously written by the person responsible for the other deceptions, Bill Phillips of Wynnewood, OK and published in his hometown newspaper.

Alford Lee "Slim" Phillips Jr.

Alford Lee "Slim" Phillips Jr. vas born on June 20, 1925 at Alma, Oklahoma to Alford Lee Sr. and Carrie Padget Phillips and passed away on October 29, 1998 in the Ardmore Hospital, after an extended illness, at the age of 73 years.

He was a long time trainer of cutting and calf roping horses and a foreman of many prominent ranches in New Mexico and Texas. He and his wife, the former Hazel F. Hopkins, were married for 47 years.

Alford Lee Phillips, Jr.

Mr. Phillips was preceded in death by one son Todd E. Phillips on June 12, 1986; his father Alford Lee Phillips Sr. on July 17, 1931 and his mother Carrie Padget Phillips on November 26, 1972; two half brothers Jack Carroll, November 4, 1990 and Odell Carroll, July 19, 1990; his grandfather Thomas Lewis Phillips of Elmore City on May 25, 1930; his grandmother Bea Elizabeth Dalton Phillips of Tussey, on December 28, 1894; his great grandfather, James Lewis Dalton of Dearing Kansas, July 16, 1890; his great grandmother Adeline Dalton, Kingfisher, January 24, 1925 and great grandfather George P. Phillips of Kerrville, Texas.

Mr. Phillips is survived by his wife, Hazel, of the home; a daughter, Twyla McGuire of Ringling; two sons, Terry Phillips of Marietta and Ty Phillips of Ringing; and two boys he raised as his own, Jimmy Thompson of. Ratliff City and Smiley Reece of Corgdon, Iowa; a half-sister Kathy Needham and her husband Ralph of Fox; two brothers Bill Phillips and his wife Gayle of Wilson and Emett Phillips and his wife Ruby of Ringling; seven grandchildren; and several cousins.

Funeral Services for "Slim" Phillips were conducted on November 1, 1998 at the Asphaltum Assembly of God Church with Reverand (sic) Jim Gillum and Reverand (sic) Ronnie Medford officiating. Burial was in the Loco Cemetery under the direction of Alexander Funeral home of Ringling.

Pall bearers were Bob Wilson, Warren Whittlesey, Mitchell Hankins, Ralph Needham, Mickey Johnson and Jay K. Johnson Honorary pallbearers were Cecil Anderson, Sonny Prentis, Melvin Dorus, and Bane Bigbie.

(The Wynnewood Gazette, Thursday, Dec. 3, 1998)




The obituary of Loyce Lonnie Phillips (2004)

(Bill Phillips wrote this obituary for his brother and sent it to the Dalton Genealogical Society.)

DGS member Bill Dalton Phillips of OK sent word that his brother Loyce L. Phillips of Elmore City, OK passed from this life on Nov. 16, 2004 at Elmore City. Mr. Phillips was the son of the late Jack and Annie Tarrant Phillips and was born on July 28, 1921 in Foster, OK where he was raised. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II and married Alves Norton in Gainesville, TX on May 19, 1965. He was a farmer and rancher all of his life.

He is survived by six brothers - five living in OK - Kenneth of Maysville, Gerald of Pauls Valley, Bill Dalton Phillips of Wynnewood, Larry of Oklahoma City, Thell of Walters; and one brother, Doyle of CA; and a sister, Dorothy Lynn of Pauls Valley, OK. Funeral services were held on Nov. 19 in the Velma Cemetery, Velma, OK. Mr. Phillips was the grandson of Bea Elizabeth "Leila" Dalton Phillips and the great grandson of James Lewis and Adaline Lee Younger Dalton.

From the Dalton Genealogical Society




The obituary of Billy J. Phillips (2006)

(first cousin of Bill Phillips, brother of Alford above)

WILSON -- Services for Billy J. Phillips, 77, will be on Saturday, Dec. 16, 2006, at Wilson Assembly of God Church with Bro. Jim Gillum, Bro. Rick Kerley and Bro. Kerry Clark officiating. Interment will be at Hewitt Cemetery under the direction of Spivey Funeral Home.

Born in Jefferson County, Okla., to Lee and Karie Padgett Phillips, he died in Wilson. He was preceded in death by a son, Danny Phillips; his parents; two brothers, Jack O'dell and Lee Phillips.

Bill married Frances Gayle Stewart on Aug. 20, 1950, in Waurika and worked as a driver for Turner Brothers Trucking Company for 35 years before he retired at the age of 69. He was a member of Wilson Assembly of God Church and attended faithfully until illness prevented it seven months ago.

Bill loved his family and enjoyed visiting with friends.

Survivors include his wife, of the home; a grandson, Zach Stuart; brother, Emmitt Phillips, Ringling; sister, Kathy Needham, Fox; several nieces, nephews and numerous special friends.

Bearers will be Bradley Sullivan, Scott Sullivan, Dustin Turpin, Brent Daniels, Brannon Daniels and Bart Daniels. Honorary bearers are Dennis Turpin, Boyd Salsbury and Gary White.

findagrave.com

No mention of a DALTON connection.

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The obituary of Marlene Phillips (2008)

(niece of Bill Phillips)

Marlene Phillips of Oklahoma City, formerly of Pauls Valley, was born in Wynnewood, Oklahoma to Jay and Nova (Harris) Phillips on August 9, 1952 and passed away in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on Friday, February 15, 2008 at the age of 55 years.

Marlene grew up in Garvin County and attended Moore High School where she graduated in 1970.

She was employed by Southern Oklahoma Resource Center until her health failed. Marlene had lived in Oklahoma City for 7 years.

Her hobbies included making jewelry, sewing quilts and various other crafts. Marlene received great joy from helping others as kindness and generosity seemed inherently her nature.

While living with her Aunt Patsy her contribution to the household was always cooking the meals; always being sure she got off the phone "so she could have the meal prepared by the time Patsy arrived home."

Survivors include brother, Maxce and his wife Lawana Phillips; nieces and nephews: Brent and Amanda Gee, Richie and Dawn Hood; great-nieces and nephews: Blair and Blake Gee and Cloe'and Boomer Hood.

Marlene was preceded in death by her father and mother; her stepfather, Eugene Frizell; her grandparents, Buster and Zina Harris and Jack and Annie Phillips.

Services to celebrate Marlene's life are scheduled for Saturday, February 23, 2008 at 1 p.m. in the Wooster Funeral Home Chapel in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma with Rev. Charles Henthorn officiating.

Services are under the direction of Wooster Funeral Home. Condolences may be sent to www.woosterfuneralhomes.com.

Pauls Valley Democrat

No mention of a DALTON connection.

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The obituary of Kenneth Keith Phillips (2013)

(brother of Bill Phillips)

Pauls Valley Democrat Obituary

Kenneth Keith Phillips, 88, passed away Tuesday, March 26, 2013 in his Maysville home, surrounded by his family and friends.

Kenny, as many called him, was born February 28, 1925 in Loco, Oklahoma to Jack Phillips and Annie Tarrant-Phillips. He graduated from Pernell High School and attended college at East Central University in Ada. Kenneth served his country in the U. S. Army during the Korean War.

Married April 11, 1958 to Joyce Morton, the couple built a home together southwest of Maysville, where they raised their two children Phyllis and Michael. Kenneth and Joyce celebrated 54 years of marriage.

He enjoyed spending time on the farm working with cattle, tending to bees, feeding the fish, and fishing; each of which he shared with his 6 grandchildren as they spent countless weekends and summer days on the farm with their Papa.

Kenneth worked for over 50 years as a welder, beginning at Beaver Tool and then started his own welding business in 1962. He was a 50-year member of the American Legion and a 32nd degree Mason.

He is survived by his wife, Joyce Phillips of the home; his son Michael of Maysville; his daughter Phyllis and husband David Stinnett of Kingfisher; six grandchildren Alissa Stinnett of Kansas City, Mo., Brandon Stinnett of Columbus, Ne., Odella Keith and husband Brandon of Maysville, Cameron Phillips of Maysville, Keitha Phillips of Maysville, Kaleigh Stinnett of Oklahoma City; and great-granddaughter, Ava.

He is also survived by his siblings Dorothy Lynn of Pauls Valley, Gerald Phillips of Pauls Valley, Bill Phillips of Wynnewood, Doyle Phillips of California, Larry Phillips of Oklahoma City, and Thell Phillips of Temple, Okla.

Kenneth was preceded in death by his parents; brothers Jay and Loyce; and two sisters Norma and Shirley.

Funeral services were held Friday morning, March 29 at the Abundant Love Fellowship with Rev. Danny Gamble officiating.

Source:Pauls Valley Democrat Posted: Wednesday, April 3, 2013

No mention of a DALTON connection.

Funeral Home Obituary

Kenneth Keith Phillips, 88, passed away Tuesday, March 26, 2013 in his Maysville home, surrounded by his family and friends. Kenny, as many called him, was born February 28, 1925 in Loco, Oklahoma to Jack Phillips and Annie Tarrant-Phillips. He graduated from Pernell High School and after returning from the war he attended East Central College in Ada. Kenneth served his country in the U. S. Army during the Korean War. Married April 11, 1958 to Joyce Morton, the couple built a home together southwest of Maysville, where they raised their two children Phyllis and Michael. Kenneth and Joyce celebrated 54 years of marriage. He enjoyed spending time on the farm working with cattle, tending to bees, feeding the fish, and fishing; each of which he shared with his 6 grandchildren as they spent countless weekends and summer days on the farm with their Papa. Kenneth worked for over fifty years as a welder, beginning at Beaver Tool and then started his own welding business in 1962. He was a fifty year member of the American Legion and a 32nd degree Mason.

He is survived by his wife, Joyce Phillips of the home, his son Michael of Maysville, his daughter Phyllis and husband David Stinnett of Kingfisher; six grandchildren, Alissa Stinnett of Kansas City, MO, Brandon Stinnett of Columbus, NE, Odella Keith and husband Brandon of Maysville, Cameron Phillips of Maysville, Keitha Phillips of Maysville, Kaleigh Stinnett of Oklahoma City and great granddaughter, Ava. He is also survived by his siblings Dorothy Lynn of Pauls Valley, Gerald Phillips of Pauls Valley, Bill Phillips of Wynnewood, Doyle Phillips of California, Larry Phillips of Oklahoma City, and Thell Phillips of Temple, Ok.

Kenneth was preceded in death by his parents; brothers Jay and Loyce; and two sisters Norma and Shirley.

Funeral services will be held at 11:00 am, Friday, March 29, 2013 at the Abundant Love Fellowship with Rev. Danny Gamble officiating. Burial will be in the Antioch Cemetery under the direction of John Williams of Winans Funeral Home, Maysville, OK. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.winansfuneralhome.com

Source: Winans Funeral Home

No mention of a DALTON connection.