Jean Muriel Phillips


Rochester-Lakeville: Went to Heaven on Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at 3:00AM to meet our father, Earl Alexander Hugh Phillips who joined God on July 13, 1997. She was 83 years old and our father was 72 when he made his journey of the circle of life.

Our parents have Five living children, twins Earl Jr. (wife Lori, daughters Bridget Stuckey & Alenandra), Wendy Osinski (husband Casimir, Wendy’s daughter Thosha Labate), Mitchell (wife Dale, daughters Karley, Kada, Makenzie & Tess son Mitchell), Lisa Pappa (husband Don, sons Joshua & Jacob daughter Cortney), Kyle (wife Sue sons Austin Kemmet-Phillips & Dylan).

Great Grandchildren: Andrew Stuckey, John Carl Labate, Connor & Caleb Pappa, Zachary & Hunter Smith, Ella, Ava & David Donaghue, Archer & Gunner Muller, Alea, Jack & Emme Miller.

Our Mom loved politics & followed politics from local to international. She was an all American person who truely believed in the Constitution & the USA but had become disappointed with present day American ideas. She worked at the Town of Chili as tax receiver but preferred to be a homemaker & stay at home mom.

She was born in 1931. Her maiden name was Strassner which comprised of 10 children. Living sister Carol Miller (husband Boyd) Chrissy Dengel (husband Don) and brother Jerry Strassner (wife Patti). she survived her twin brothers Harvey & Howard, brother Alfred, Jack, Nicky & David. She has many second nieces & nephews. special friends Darlene, Brenda & Lucy.

Her Funeral Mass will be held at St. Pius on Friday February 20, 2015 at 9:30am.  Friends & Family are invited to a celebration of her life at the Chili American Legion Post 1830, 450 Chili Scottsville Rd. on February 22, 2015 at Noon.

Rochester Cremation, 4044 W. Henrietta Road, Rochester NY 14623, 359-2300,

3 Condolences

  1. Wendy May on February 20, 2015 at 2:12 am

    I love & miss you dearly. My heart is empty. The thing I will miss the most is our Sunday visits, McDonalds, & our breakfasts. I will never forget the beautiful doll you sewed for me when I was in 2nd grade & had my show -n- tell. It was so absolutely beautiful. I could say so much more but I am so emotionally distraught. Thank you for being my Mom. Love, Wendy Forever

  2. Anne Radesi on February 20, 2015 at 1:15 pm

    Jean was a neighbor of mine in Lakeville Estates. I truly enjoyed visiting her and hearing her stories. She always made me laugh.
    Although she was housebound, she always had a joke and a smile.

    I am truly sad to hear of Jean’s passing but know that she is out of pain and with her beloved.


    Anne Radesi

  3. Gayle Gallo-Lipp on February 22, 2015 at 2:25 pm

    Jean was such a loving, caring compassionate woman. She was always a joy to be around. She is loved and will be missed dearly. I have beautiful memories of her that I will cherish forever.
    With Love,

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