Penny Drost (Drost)
Comment sent by Tom Neitzel: Phil was one of my best friends at Gray and Mt. Tahoma. Lost track of him pretty muchafter graduation although I did speak with him once in the early 70's. He had been inthe Navy, Vietnam era, and moved to Rosemead, CA. I think he was working for the USPS. Buried in the Riverside National Cemetery. Always sad to find out that someone passed so young.
Nancy Hunter (Bowlin/Klinger)
I remember Philip from Manitou Elementary School. He always had a bright smile on his face and was a jolly guy. I'm saddened to hear of his passing
Nancy, I'm another one who remembers Phillip from our Manitou Elementary days, then Gray Junior High and Mt. Tahoma. It's so hard to get a notice that another classmate has gone.
Linda Olson (Hurlbut)
Philip was my boyfriend in Kindergarten. He dad Disney toys we played with. One day he was at my house and we were playing outside. He stepped on a board and it hit me and gave me a black eye. Next day was show and tell so I wore sunglasses and my black eye was my show and tell. So sorry to hear that.