Phillip A. Ketter

Phillip A. Ketter

October 19, 1983 - June 22, 2015

Phillip A. Ketter

October 19, 1983 - June 22, 2015


Phillip Anthony Ketter, 31, from San Juan Capistrano was pronounced dead late Monday, June 22nd after he was thrown from his Suzuki motorcycle and hit by 2 cars.

He leaves behind his 10-year-old daughter Natasha. He is also survived by his mother Lisa, father Jeff, 2 siblings Jamie and Nicholas, grandparents Carol and Mickey Mansukhani and Rex and Maxine Ketter.

A viewing of the body is being held Thursday, July 2nd at O’Connor’s Mortuary and a ‘Celebration of Life’ gathering will take place on Saturday, July 11th at Salt Creek Beach in Dana Point from 10 AM to 6 PM.

An online Gofund has been established in his name to help defray burial expenses.

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9 responses to Phillip A. Ketter

  1. This is libelous and is a crime. Have some respect for the deceased.

  2. Lit a candle in memory of Phillip A. Ketter

  3. Chris Taylor says:

    Letting the balloon with message go and saying goodbye Phil, only is until later in heaven when we’ll meet again. Thankyou for the love you brought to my family. Gone but not forgotten your grin will remain in our memories and your soul with God. Thanks for brightening our lives, the time too short but well spent. We know all things work together for the good of those who love Jesus Christ so as you are we likewise one day will rest in eternal peace and happiness while today we trust God and continue to walk with God.
    Daddy Chris

  4. Veronica says:

    Lisa and Ketter family I was sorry to hear about Philip. I’ve only know Philip from My work at AAA I have help him through out the years. I wanted to say that your son was always Polite, Friendly, always had a smile on 🙂 when he came into our office. Lisa today when I helped you found out about Philip I was very sadden. He was a very good person. My prayer our for You, Philip and your family.


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