Condolence & Memory Journal

Just now saw this and wanted to offer my condolences to Phil's family. Although it has been many years since last seeing Phil I will always remember him we played golf together in the Golfer Saturday League. Phil would never miss a chance to play and we played in some rough weather all through winter. He was affectionately called Fairway Phil he never missed a fairway everyone liked him and enjoyed his company. RIP Phil





Ed McElhiney

Posted by Ed McElhiney - Bay Village, OH - Friend   January 04, 2022

Condolences to Ann, Philip, Robert and Family from the ICPGA. Phil was a significant contributor to the Golden Age of Golf in Cleveland. He gave time and energy to make the game better for all. He was a gentleman both on and off the course, and never had a bad word to say about anyone. Rest In Peace, Phil.

Jim Chorba, ICPGA

Posted by Jim Chorba - North Olmsted, OH - Friend   August 25, 2021

To Ann & Phillip &Bob and the family
I had the privilege to work with Phil in the Cleveland plant of Benjamin Moore for more than 20 years. He was a true and dedicated man to the Company and all the plant workers, always willing to help others .
The Company enjoyed many years of growth and success because it had employees such as Phil to manage the production of the multitude of products it sold .Phil helped create the family team effort to get the job done with pride and a sense of high standards Benjamin Moore wanted.
Phil and Ann could always be depended on to help with Company sponsored picnics-Christmas events-golf outings and those extra social gatherings which help build morale
Phil just would not say no if asked to do something to help his fellow man A Gentleman and a friend for ever. God bless him and Ann and the family
Gene Orchowski

Posted by Eugene & Veronette Orchowski - Naperville, IL - Coworker   August 25, 2021

Will miss him very much ,talked to him at least once a week.Best boss i ever had
Richard Klag

Posted by Richardw Klag - Brookpark, OH   August 23, 2021