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  • Celebration of Life

    Aug 27, 2020, 10:00 AM US/Eastern

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    A Celebration of Life will be held by the family on Thursday, August 27, 2020 at 10:00am. Please join us via Zoom at:

    Meeting ID: 968 4486 9369
    Passcode: Gathering
    Dial in by calling (929) 205-6099 and enter ID 

    We will toast Kevin at the end of the Zoom service so please be prepared with whatever beverage you want to use for the toast.

    In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations in Kevin's honor be sent to the Karen Beasley Sea Turtle Rescue and Rehabilitation Center 302 Tortuga Lane. P.O. Box 2095. Surf City, NC 28445. Donations can be made at www.seaturtlehospital.org. 

    We will hold an in-person public Celebration! at a later date when it is safe for us all to gather together.

    Kevin knew a lot of people and so many people have already reached out to the family, which is much appreciated. 

    Please provide stories, remembrances, and pictures to share of Kevin. (may be used in the online celebration).

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Regina Phillips

Kevin Sean Phillips

February 15, 1959 - August 10, 2020

We created a GatheringUs memorial to celebrate the life of Kevin Sean Phillips. Collecting your stories and memories here will offer us great comfort. As we plan virtual and in person gatherings, we will share details here. Thank you for contributing to this lasting memorial.

OBITUARY
Kevin Sean Phillips, 61, of Upper Marlboro, MD died suddenly at his workplace on August 10, 2020. He was born on February 15, 1959 in Fairbanks, Alaska to the late Donald Phillips and Margaret Vrhovac Phillips. He lived in...  see more
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  • Regina Phillips
    Jeff Conover from Westminster, wrote on Aug. 19, 2020
    Rest in peace.
  • Regina Phillips
    Elizabeth Stinson from Hershey, PA, wrote on Aug. 20, 2020
    Peace and comfort to Kevin and his beautiful family. We love you. ❤️
  • Regina Phillips
    Monni Liskey from Odenton, MD, wrote on Aug. 20, 2020
    Regina, Sean and family, I met Kevin in the early 70's and have so many wonderful memories. We reunited through Bowie High gatherings and he is still the same fun, sweet and caring person that he was...  more
  • Regina Phillips
    Sheila Levings from Ellicott City MD, wrote on Aug. 20, 2020
    He was "Mr. Phillips" to me, although a bit younger. He was a kind, thoughtful, knowledgeable, and brave gentleman, the type of person rarely met today. I knew him from CSM where,...  more
  • Regina Phillips
    Jean Russ from Hammondsport NY, wrote on Aug. 20, 2020
    Please accept my heartfelt condolences for Mr. Philips. I knew him from CSM. He was always cheerful and usually hard at work when I saw him on campus. He was always a friendly face, ready with a...  more
  • Regina Phillips
    Rest in peace.

    Ryan Wilson from Maryland, wrote on Aug. 19, 2020
    Saddened by this unfortunate time. “Mr. Phillips” was one of my scout leaders. He was always down for a great time and we have many memories of smiles and laughter. He had our backs...  more
  • Regina Phillips
    Marybeth Dugan from College Park, wrote on Aug. 18, 2020
    Dear Regina and Sean, We’re thinking of you both and remembering Kevin and his love of life and love for both of you and all of his family and friends. Please take care and peace to you. Love,...  more
  • Regina Phillips
    Vines, James H. from Hyattsville, Md, wrote on Aug. 18, 2020
    Regina ~ I'm very saddened to hear of your loss & give you my deepest & sincerest condolences. Know that my heartfelt prayers are with you. Jim Vines (ret-PRA)
  • Regina Phillips
    Patty Curtin from Annapolis, MD, wrote on Aug. 19, 2020
    Regina and Sean. Kevin and I were BSHS '77 classmates. I am so sorry for your loss, he was the epitome of a "good guy" ... we're all so lucky to have known him. I send prayers to you and...  more
  • Regina Phillips
    David Linn from Washington, DC, wrote on Aug. 19, 2020
    Regina, Sean and family, I am sorry for your loss, especially for one so sudden. I feel like I know Kevin from reading about his life. Kind, funny, helpful, *AND* able to fix anything?!!!!! The perfect man!
  • Regina Phillips
    Jean Russ from Hammondsport NY, wrote on Aug. 20, 2020
    Please accept my heartfelt condolences for Mr. Philips. I knew him from CSM. He was always cheerful and usually hard at work when I saw him on campus. He was always a friendly face, ready with a...  more
  • Regina Phillips
    Sheila Levings from Ellicott City MD, wrote on Aug. 20, 2020
    He was "Mr. Phillips" to me, although a bit younger. He was a kind, thoughtful, knowledgeable, and brave gentleman, the type of person rarely met today. I knew him from CSM where,...  more
  • Regina Phillips
    Monni Liskey from Odenton, MD, wrote on Aug. 20, 2020
    Regina, Sean and family, I met Kevin in the early 70's and have so many wonderful memories. We reunited through Bowie High gatherings and he is still the same fun, sweet and caring person that he was...  more
  • Marji Gray
    I worked with Kevin at CSM and he was always the first one to come help me with whatever task I had in the PE building. One day we were welcoming a new co-worker into my office suite and she didn't have any windows in her office, so I brought in two...  more
  • Pam Taylor
    I remember thinking that Regina had found a good man when both she and Kevin showed up to help me tackle the 24 year old kitchen and entry way wall paper on the house I'd just bought. I'd never removed wall paper and Kevin knew all the tricks. We quickly...  more
  • Erika Abell
    I worked with Kevin at the College of Southern Maryland. He was a pleasure to work. Cheerful, hard working, and pleasant -- he always had time to tell a funny story or just chat. Kevin will be missed by so many. My deepest condolences to his family.
  • Terry  Jordan
    I worked with Kevin at the college. As lab coordinator for Biology, there was always something that needed to be fixed. I came to depend on his skills, his cheerfulness and his warm smile whatever the problem was. I had the pleasure of teaching Philip...  more