Jonathan Andrew McPhee

Jonathan Andrew McPhee

September 21, 1983 - April 19, 2009

Jonathan Andrew McPhee

September 21, 1983 - April 19, 2009


Jonathan Andrew McPhee died on Sunday, April 19, 2009.

Jonathan is survived by his beloved mother, Mina and beloved father, Sidney Mc Phee. He is also survived by his loving brother, Paul McPhee.

A funeral service will be held on Friday, April 24, 2009 – 1:00pm at O’Connor Mortuary Chapel in Laguna Hills, CA. Interment immediately following at El Toro Memorial Park in Lake Forest.

O’Connor Mortuary, 949 581-4300

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26 responses to Jonathan Andrew McPhee

  1. Bill Monan says:

    I just wanted to say that Jon was a great man. I played with him for a year and a half at temple, along with being his freshman roomate. He truly was a passionate person on and off the field. What made Jonathan such a great person was his appreciation for accomplishment and hard work. He will be missed greatly and this world is not as good of a place without him.

    Bill Monan

  2. Jonathan McPhee was an ex teammate of mine at Temple University. Our lockers was side by side and talked every day. He was a cool calm individual and always gave me positive advise. You will be missed

  3. Brett Hall says:

    John will be greatly missed by all of those who had the chance to know him. He was a phenomenal athlete with a work ethic that was infectious, the kind of teammate anyone would love to play with, and truly a man of integrity and character. My prayers go out to Johns family.

  4. David Terry says:

    Saddened by the news… Hard to believe. McPhee was a young guy coming into TU when I was on my way out. Great guy w/ strong work ethic and sense of direction. He fit right in w/ the DBs and added something extra to the unit. He will truly be missed by many, including me. Glad to say I knew him.

  5. Ismael Seals says:

    I remember Jonathan for his passion on playing the game of football. He was always an active particpant and had encouraging words for his teammates. To his family, we will all keep you in our prayers at this time of mourning. God Bless You John, you will be missed.

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