Phyllis Haviland Blanchard

Phyllis Haviland Blanchard

July 23, 1941 - July 24, 2010

Phyllis Haviland Blanchard

July 23, 1941 - July 24, 2010


Phyllis Haviland Blanchard passed away Saturday, July 24, 2010. Born July 23, 1941 in Louisville, Kentucky to Philip and Mildred Lewis, Phyllis was a devout Christian, and a loyal wife, sister, mother, and grandmother.

Professionally, Phyllis worked for the last 20 years in residential real estate, most recently with Coldwell Banker. Phyllis enjoyed her family, the beaches of Southern California, Angels’ baseball and making people smile.

Phyllis is survived by her husband of 46 years, Jan Blanchard; sister Patricia Lewis; daughter Laura; son Philip and his wife Cari; and five grandchildren Gabriella, Hannah, Colin, Braydon and Luke.

A memorial service celebrating her life is being held Thursday, July 29, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at Presbyterian Church of the Master in Mission Viejo, California.

In lieu of flowers, her family recommends donations to Mission Hospital Foundation c/o Cardio-Pulmonary Care.

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9 responses to Phyllis Haviland Blanchard

  1. What a beautiful service…and what a wonderful job you did honoring you Mom and Nana. Whenever she came into our office she made the office a little warmer and brighter place to be. We will miss her tremendously. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Blessings! Dan and Sue Miller

  2. I offer my sincere regrets to Jan, the family and the many friends that had the pleasure of getting to know Phyllis. She was funny, sincere, caring and always entertaining. I will miss her, but, I will not forget her. May your happy memories of her give you comfort in this time of sorrow.

  3. My sincere condolences to you all. Phyliss and I worked together at Coldwell Banker. I will miss her so much, her great sense of humor,her warm caring smile! Above all Phyliss loved God and was a great example of his love. You are all in my prayers! Blessings and love,
    Stephanie Brennan

  4. I was so saddened to hear of Phyllis’s passing, but take relief in the idea that she is in a better place.

    I only knew her as a customer of Brazilia Alterations, where I used to work.

    She was kind, caring, and generous. She would always take time to spread a little of her sunshine into my day. I will miss her very much and always think of her fondly.

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