ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Philip Dietrich,Sr 90 years old , born on August 24, 1928 and passed away on January 22, 2019. We will remember him forever. 

Posted by Dortha Grogan on January 30, 2019
I remember Phil and June with happy memories. I think of them together again.  Praying for the Peace of Christ for the family.
Posted by Daryl Dietrich on January 29, 2019
My favorite uncle without a doubt. Maybe because I thought we shared the same warped sense of humor. He was definitely the most fun among his siblings. He was also an entertaining story teller - a trait he shared with his oldest brother but perhaps with less embellishment ( okay, a little less).
I will miss you dearly Uncle Phil!
Love to all,
Daryl (and Sue)

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Posted by Dortha Grogan on January 30, 2019
I remember Phil and June with happy memories. I think of them together again.  Praying for the Peace of Christ for the family.
Posted by Daryl Dietrich on January 29, 2019
My favorite uncle without a doubt. Maybe because I thought we shared the same warped sense of humor. He was definitely the most fun among his siblings. He was also an entertaining story teller - a trait he shared with his oldest brother but perhaps with less embellishment ( okay, a little less).
I will miss you dearly Uncle Phil!
Love to all,
Daryl (and Sue)
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Shared by Sharon Potter on January 27, 2019

Phil was my uncle, my Dad's younger brother.  I liked his great sense of humor.  He and Dad, whenever they got together, would often get involved in a mechanical mystery of a car or truck.  One time, at a family camp, my husband and I could not figure out why the generator in our RV would run, but not provide any juice to the RV's interior appliances or lights or outlets.  Uncle Phil and Dad worked on it for several hours with no luck.  Then my husband found a hidden outlet in the compartment of the generator, and a cord leading from the generator, but not plugged in.  So he plugged it in, and we had electrical power!  Phil said. "Dang, that was the next thing we were going to try!"  And we all had a good laugh about that.