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George T. "Sandy" Phillips
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    330 Third Avenue
    Carnegie, PA 15106

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“Sandy was my mother's cousin, and they were close growing up. I'm not sure if that makes Sandy my uncle or not, we simply called him Sandy. What I...Read More »
1 of 40 | Posted by: Kenneth Naccarato - Richmond, VA

“Genie,What a shock when Sue called to tell me George had passed away. What a perfectly beautiful person he was and such a terrific salesman.I had the...Read More »
2 of 40 | Posted by: Victor Joliat - Allentown, PA

“My nick name for Sandy was "The Mayor" because he was always engaged in conversation with someone when I would see him at the gym. And I would...Read More »
3 of 40 | Posted by: VINCE PONZIO - Mt.Lebanon, PA

“Sandy will be missed! I loved hearing him speak about the Blessed Mother and seeing him at mass or at Starbucks. I always knew that my intentions...Read More »
4 of 40 | Posted by: Andrea Jackson - Carnegie, PA

“I new Sandy from local Starbucks over a cup of coffee and a positive conversation just reading all his messages it would be everybody's dream to walk...Read More »
5 of 40 | Posted by: A friend

“Dear Jeannie & Linda,We are so sorry to hear of Sandy's death. I always enjoyed our conversations we had while I was out walking. You had our...Read More »
6 of 40 | Posted by: Bob & Linda Kelley - Pittsburgh, PA

“Dear Jeannie & Linda, I'm so sorry to hear about Sandy's passing, he was truly a kind gentle man. I know he will be missed by everyone who knew him....Read More »
7 of 40 | Posted by: Bev & Gary Hallas - PA

“A beautiful angel has left this earth, but because he lived here, it is a much better place. By his example, his spirituality and his kindness he has...Read More »
8 of 40 | Posted by: Andrew McGraw - PA - Friend

“Jeannie and Linda - our thoughts and prayers are with you during these difficult days. I have known George since 1974, and he was truly a unique...Read More »
9 of 40 | Posted by: Layton Dodson - Fogelsville, PA

“A beautiful angel has left this earth, but because he lived here, it is a much better place. By his example, his spirituality and his kindness, he...Read More »
10 of 40 | Posted by: Andrew McGraw - PA - Friend

“Dear Jeanne,Linda My deepest and sincere sympathy on Sandy's passing . Been best pals since first grade at St Joseph's. Sandy was truly "4 Stars "...Read More »
11 of 40 | Posted by: Teddy Novak - Carnegie, PA

“I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Sandy. He always put a smile on my face when I worked at Carnegie Coffee Company. Sandy would come in all...Read More »
12 of 40 | Posted by: Sarah Sams - Carnegie

“To Jeanne a message with tears in my eyes and a warm heart for you and George, a man that respected, enjoyed,and missed. I know that this is a tough...Read More »
13 of 40 | Posted by: Barry Armstrong - Greenville, SC

“Jeannie and Linda. DSo sorry about your hushand father, He help me pray always had a great smile. Nnever a said word from him. Just giving...Read More »
14 of 40 | Posted by: A friend

“Love you Sandy! TJ, Tommy, Cathy and Chase Moore. ”
15 of 40 | Posted by: TJ Moore - Surfside Beach, SC

“This man was truly an angel in disguise. He was so kind to me and ALWAYS a gentleman who put God and his family first. I was honored to have known...Read More »
16 of 40 | Posted by: Amelia Nychis - PA

“I met Sandy while walking my dogs in the neighborhood. I also would see him at the gym. He had a kind infectious smile and spoke lovingly of his...Read More »
17 of 40 | Posted by: Kim Rivera - Carnegie, PA

“Jeannie - our heartfelt condolences to you and your daughter regarding the loss of Sandy. You have suffered great pain in this world with the loss...Read More »
18 of 40 | Posted by: Richard/Bernadette Froats - PA

“I met Sandy in the hospital. We both had the same disease. Sandy, within that day, became second family. Being younger than Sandy, made him a man I...Read More »
19 of 40 | Posted by: Greg Kelmeckis - Munhall, PA

“I am very sorry for your loss. My father William Brown said" Sandy was a great Guy". He can't come to the funeral because he is in the hospital...Read More »
20 of 40 | Posted by: A friend

“Dear Jeanne and Linda,We were so very sad to hear of George's passing. I originally got to know him when he became a client so many years ago - his...Read More »
21 of 40 | Posted by: Pat tyand Dan Kaley - Bridgeville, PA

“Dear Linda, You may remember me from Stanley Vidmar. I managed the east region. Fred Callanan called to give me the news. My sincere condolences on...Read More »
22 of 40 | Posted by: CY MASSAR - MOUNTAINSIDE, NJ

“Jeanne and Linda,Sandy was a best friend to me and many..He had a kind word for every one at every corner. In our trips to Chicago,walking he would...Read More »
23 of 40 | Posted by: Robert Paslowski - Pittsburgh, PA

“TIME WILL EASE THE HURTThe sadness of the present days is looked and set in timeAnd moving to the future is a slow and painful climbBut all the...Read More »
24 of 40 | Posted by: Don, Carol and Larry May - PA

“With our deepest sympathy,Rich and Patty Kotar ”
25 of 40 | Posted by: A friend

“Dear Jeannie and Linda....There really are so few that experienced the love from a husband and father that you did with Sandy and really his love for...Read More »
26 of 40 | Posted by: Frannie Stone - McDonald, PA

“Jeanne I am so sorry. What a terrible loss. Marty ”
27 of 40 | Posted by: Martin J. Olaharski - Senoia, GA

“Ohhhh - how much I wish I could be there - unfortunately, I'm traveling - but, I'm there in spirit with you - Jeannie. My sincere condolences to...Read More »
28 of 40 | Posted by: Jack Schiefer - Salt Lake City, UT

“Linda and Jeanne, I am so sorry for your loss. Sandy was very special to us and we will greatly miss him. He was a ray of bright sunshine every...Read More »
29 of 40 | Posted by: Melissa Schwarzmeier - Friend

“I've known Sandy for many years from the gym. He was one of the most kindest, gentlest people I've ever known. His love for his family and kindness...Read More »
30 of 40 | Posted by: Sue Luchini - Pittsburgh

“Sandy was a great man. he was like a second father to me. I met him in Chicago where his daughter worked. His kindness brought me happiness. I am...Read More »
31 of 40 | Posted by: Eligio Hernandez - chicago, IL

“His smile didn't even scratch the surface of how great of a soul he was. Always would stop and chat with you, And the kindness he shared was top...Read More »
32 of 40 | Posted by: John

“Jeanne and Linda, We are very sorry for your loss beloved husband and father. Sandy was a great gentleman that we met in few times. May God bless you...Read More »
33 of 40 | Posted by: Angela Cristina - Pittsburgh, PA

“I have known Sandy for many years. Such a great man. Even did our deliveries at CVS for a period of time. He will be missed. My sympathy to all....Read More »
34 of 40 | Posted by: Laura Longo - Carnegie, PA

“Was there ever a man that could just enter a church, restaurant, or a gym, and people would smile.....just smile. That's what you had Sandy, the...Read More »
35 of 40 | Posted by: Bob m.

“Sandy was a true example of faith in Christ. We were blessed to have known him. Our love and prayers are with you.Debby and Tommy McGrogan ”
36 of 40 | Posted by: A friend

“I'm so sorry for your loss, Jeanne and Linda. Sandy was an incredibly nice guy, so devoted to and proud of his family. His funny comments and sound...Read More »
37 of 40 | Posted by: Mimi Cannon

“Sandy was the best of the best. Led the world in kindness, smiles, and friendship. We never met a person that could have anything but wonderful...Read More »
38 of 40 | Posted by: Tom and Carol Welch - PA

“How truly sad this day was to learn of Sandy passing. I knew him for about 10 years from the gyms. He was the kindest, friendliest person I knew....Read More »
39 of 40 | Posted by: Sheryl and Fred Branovan - PA

“Sandy, Since our days in the army thorugh good times and sad times, you were there as a friend and inspiration. I now have two angels to watch over...Read More »
40 of 40 | Posted by: Raymond Dombrosky - Pittsburgh, PA

Age 73, of Carnegie, passed away on Tuesday, May 23, 2017. Cherished husband of 47 years of Jeanne (Lubic) Phillips; dad and best friend of Linda N. Phillips and the late Mark Aaron Phillips; loving "brother" of Eugene and Linda Frediani, Gregory and Debbie Lubic, George "GK" and Regina Lubic, Gary and Sue Lubic, Robert and Melissa Lubic; uncle of Chris Llubic, Lauren and Kevin Kotar, Anthony G. Lubic and Makayla Lubic; great-uncle of Alec and Colin Kotar; best Bud of Valentino. Sandy attended Mass daily and was an usher for many years.