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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Dennis Ozell Phillips Sr.

1951 - 2021

Benton Harbor

OBITUARY

Dennis “Big D” Phillips, 69, passed away on January 10, 2021, at Hanson Hospice in Stevensville, MI.  Dennis was born July 31, 1951, to Osia and Mary (Daughtry) Phillips at Mercy Hospital in Benton Harbor, MI.

Dennis graduated from Benton Harbor High School in 1970.  He was employed at Lakeland (Spectrum) Hospital and Alreco Metals. Dennis loved playing men’s fastpitch softball with his Uncle David Daughtry at Planggers Field and serving his community...

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Theresa Green Davis

January 22, 2021 9:17 PM

I remember my cousin coming down South during the summer, something he loved to do my mother his Auntie Ruby remembers. He would also work on the farm with his family. We will cherish these memories.

Our condolences go to all the family, and special prayers to Mary the wife and Mary the mother, my Aunt. May God give us all peace above our own understanding during this time. Love to everyone until we meet again.

Theresa Green Davis

Alberta Jackson-brown & Family

January 16, 2021 8:29 PM
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My deepest sympathy to the family, you will be missed. I am so glad I had a chance to talk to you before God called you home

raymond thompson

January 16, 2021 8:00 PM
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Genette Vinson

January 16, 2021 1:48 PM

So many Wonderful Memories with Mary and Dennis.Rest Easy Bro man.My deepest Condolences,Genette Representing The Pratcher Family.

Millie Nichols &Family

January 15, 2021 7:22 PM

My heart hurts to hear about Dennis. Dennis was a good friend of the family and he also was charge over our department at Lakeland. He would come and work with me on stripping floors and teaching me the old skool way. He was a hard worker and dedicated to his work. When he left Lakeland our department felt the void and he was missed and when he came back, I remember everybody was so happy to see him visit. He was such a good guy always made everyone smile and had a great sense of humor. We called him DenDen at work, because of how kool he was. I’m so sorry for your loss, such a great loss! May GOD BLESS AND STRENGTHEN you all during this time. Praying for you all.
Millie Nichols & Family

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