Philip Norman Wolfe

Philip Norman Wolfe

July 29, 1942 - September 18, 2004

Philip Norman Wolfe

July 29, 1942 - September 18, 2004


Beloved husband of Susan Lynn Butler. Loving father of Kara Marie Carmonne, Michael John Wolfe and Michael Noon. Cherished brother of Suzanne Wentworth, Ted Wolfe and Don Wolfe.

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22 responses to Philip Norman Wolfe

  1. Stephanie Vu says:

    Susan,I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Our sincere condolences.

    Stephanie & Kiet

  2. Dear Sue & Kara:
    We cannot even begin to explain how devasting this news was to us when Bob told Austin @ work last week. We both were just in such a state of shock. We know it’s been awhile since seeing you and we truly have missed bowling with Phil and you too Sue. We enjoyed this so much; much more than words will ever be able to say. We just remember all the fun we had each week, the laughter, the competition, it was just so much fun!!
    Austin & I send our deepest of sympathies to you and all of your family. Due to my having to travel for work tomorrow Sunday, time was just not on my side this week – the traveling is heavy through October.
    You all are in our prayers and thoughts this day as we have to say goodye to a really “Fabulous”, “Wonderful” & “Great Person” that Phil was. No matter what though, Phil will always be with you and all of his friends in Spirit. You will be able to feel the warmth of his Caring and Love for you and everyone ever6 single moment of your day.
    Sue……we loved you both dearly. We know how difficult it was for all of us to get together because of distance. We will still always love you too. We wish Kara and her family much love throughout all of this.
    May God Bless you and keep you safe & warm in his tender Loving Care this day.
    Our love to all of you…..
    Austin & Patty

  3. Dear Susan and family,
    Our most heartfelt condolences to all of you in this most difficult time. Phil has touched many of our lives. His spirit will truly live on with us each and every day. It was an honor to have had the both of you as a part of our wedding day, something that will never be forgotten. May the Lord give you strength in this time of need. God bless, Tom and Mel.

  4. I first met Phil when I was 24 years old at old Alpha Beta #6 in Westminster. He was the produce manager and I was the bookkeeper. Each day as Phil check his sales from the prior day I would find myself listening to his “story of the day” His story were always so amazing, they always ended with me saying “your kidding?” or “no way”! or “I can’t believe that!” Steve and I will miss him dearly, but I know he is still telling his entertaining stories to old and perhaps new audiences :- We love you Phil.

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