This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Olivia Phillips 14 years old , born on June 3, 2004 and passed away on January 11, 2019 from a tragic car accident due to snowy roads and ice. Olivia met Jesus with her stepmother Deann Phillips the day she passed. Olivia was preceded in death by the following people: her uncle Jaime Byers, great grandparents Ed and Dorothy Phillips, great grandfathers Donald Burns and Vernie Stutler. Olivia is survived by the following people: her mother Amy Millam, father Darren Phillips, stepfather Brandon Millam, her sisters Kylee Phillips and Gabriela Phillips, step sister Bianca Knecht, her brothers Dalton Phillips and Daniel Phillips, step brother Gavin Millam, grandparents Mary and Ed Phillips and Brenda and Dean Stutler, great grandmothers Sharon Burns and Mary Stutler, many aunts, many uncles, many cousins, and friends. She was a loving daughter, granddaughter, sister, niece, and friend. She will be missed greatly!!! Gone, but never forgotten!! 

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Family was everything to Olivia. She had a heart of gold, she was always willing to help others, she wanted to be pretty and smart, and wanted to make a difference in the world. It was important for Olivia to make sure everyone knew their self worth, she wanted people to know not to give up and have faith in themselves, and she always wanted to make other people smile and enjoyed giving out as many hugs as she could. Olivia was very beautiful and was a smart young lady, she was also very caring, loving, and loyal to everyone she knew. Olivia loved animals, she loved to make music videos, and enjoyed spending time with her friends and family. Olivia was in the 7th grade when she passed away in a horrible car accident along with her stepmother Deann Phillips.Olivia was the manager of the 7th grade wrestling team, she had played softball and soccer when she was younger, but her dream was to run track, play volleyball, and cheer. Olivia’s life was cut short tragically, she was the light to so many people, she impacted many lives, and will never be forgotten! 

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Shared by Amy Millam on April 25, 2019

Olivia was able to go see the ocean in 2018. She was so very excited about seeing the water and felt at peace by how pretty everything was. Her favorite things to do while on vacation was to chase crabs on the beach, she loved to look for beautiful seashells along the shoreline, and she loved to put her feet in the water and swim. Olivia got stung by some jellyfish, and also encountered a small shark while standing in shallow waters.  Olivia was able to go on a dolphin tour, she went to the aviation Museum in Florida to see the blue angels, and visited one of the biggest bass pro shops she has ever been in. There was a lot of shopping, eating with family, and time spent just on the beach.Olivia was able to travel through five states in a week, which included Arkansas, Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida. Olivia was very excited about going back this year, then the tragedy happened on January 11, 2019. In memory of her this year when we go to Florida, everyone is going to throw out rose petals for her, and we are going to write on the shoreline.  The beach and ocean was her favorite place to be at!