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Phillip L. Proctor


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Phillip passed away at his home on Saturday May 8th, at the age of 66.

He leaves behind his loving wife, Wanda, being together 17 years. He had two sons, Joe and Steve, two step-daughters, Sara and Kelly. The light in his eye was always his 8 grandchildren. He has a sister, Cheryl and a brother Fred. He was preceded in death by his father, mother, 2 brothers and a sister.

Phillip retired from Salt River Project after 25 years of service as a plant mechanic and was an IBEW union steward. He used all his mechanic and safety skills frequently and was known to his kids as “MacGyver”.

He loved his motorcycle and spent his retirement restoring “ his old 66 pickup”.

A memorial and celebration of his life will be held Saturday, June 5th from 5-9pm. If you would like to attend, please leave a comment and you will be notified for location.

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9 responses to “Phillip L. Proctor”

  1. Wendy Sevlie says:

    Phillip was an excellent brother-in-law. Wanda and Phil loved doing projects together, and they did more than I can possibly remember. Every time I would visit, he would always start a story with “ you won’t believe what your sister did”.. he always made me feel welcome in their home, and I will miss how much he loved Wanda, and his sense of humor.

  2. Rose says:

    We will miss you Phil, I feel so blessed that I got to know and be a part of his life. I send all my love to Wanda and all of his family through this hard time.

  3. Steve Spencer says:

    We’ll miss Phil terribly and think of him often. The trips to Bisbee Blues Festival, Cottonwood Rally and all the little places in and around the junction; good times. Will miss most visiting in the garage and next to the bonfire on New Years Eve, and the phone calls.

  4. Linda D Lewis says:

    Philip is a huge loss for so many people, such a large family that all loved him very much. I’m glad you all had as much time with him as you did

  5. Elizabeth Krauch says:

    I never met Phil but have known his sister in law, Julie for years and heard all the fun stories. My heart goes out to the entire family —-Liz Krauch

  6. Greg Thelen says:

    It was fun to have Phil as a brother-in-law. He was always so welcoming and a pleasure to spend time with. We’ll miss him.

  7. Billie Jean John says:

    Everyone at Santan/Kyrene is so saddened by the loss of Phil, he was a great friend and co-worker, please let us know where the services/celebration of life will be held and I can get that information out to the guys.

  8. Elsa says:

    I worked with Phil for many years. He was one of my work family members. It saddens me to know he has passed away. I extend my condolences to his wife and family. I will keep you all in my prayers.

  9. Dave Marsh says:

    Phil was a good man that will be missed by many. Always enjoyed working with him at Santan and Kyrene. He was always dependable and took pride in his work. He left us way too soon.

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Phillip passed away at his home on Saturday May 8th, at the age of 66.

He leaves behind his loving wife, Wanda, being together 17 years. He had two sons, Joe and Steve, two step-daughters, Sara and Kelly. The light in his eye was always his 8 grandchildren. He has a sister, Cheryl and a brother Fred. He was preceded in death by his father, mother, 2 brothers and a sister.

Phillip retired from Salt River Project after 25 years of service as a plant mechanic and was an IBEW union steward. He used all his mechanic and safety skills frequently and was known to his kids as “MacGyver”.

He loved his motorcycle and spent his retirement restoring “ his old 66 pickup”.

A memorial and celebration of his life will be held Saturday, June 5th from 5-9pm. If you would like to attend, please leave a comment and you will be notified for location.

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9 responses to “Phillip L. Proctor”

  1. Wendy Sevlie says:

    Phillip was an excellent brother-in-law. Wanda and Phil loved doing projects together, and they did more than I can possibly remember. Every time I would visit, he would always start a story with “ you won’t believe what your sister did”.. he always made me feel welcome in their home, and I will miss how much he loved Wanda, and his sense of humor.

  2. Rose says:

    We will miss you Phil, I feel so blessed that I got to know and be a part of his life. I send all my love to Wanda and all of his family through this hard time.

  3. Steve Spencer says:

    We’ll miss Phil terribly and think of him often. The trips to Bisbee Blues Festival, Cottonwood Rally and all the little places in and around the junction; good times. Will miss most visiting in the garage and next to the bonfire on New Years Eve, and the phone calls.

  4. Linda D Lewis says:

    Philip is a huge loss for so many people, such a large family that all loved him very much. I’m glad you all had as much time with him as you did

  5. Elizabeth Krauch says:

    I never met Phil but have known his sister in law, Julie for years and heard all the fun stories. My heart goes out to the entire family —-Liz Krauch

  6. Greg Thelen says:

    It was fun to have Phil as a brother-in-law. He was always so welcoming and a pleasure to spend time with. We’ll miss him.

  7. Billie Jean John says:

    Everyone at Santan/Kyrene is so saddened by the loss of Phil, he was a great friend and co-worker, please let us know where the services/celebration of life will be held and I can get that information out to the guys.

  8. Elsa says:

    I worked with Phil for many years. He was one of my work family members. It saddens me to know he has passed away. I extend my condolences to his wife and family. I will keep you all in my prayers.

  9. Dave Marsh says:

    Phil was a good man that will be missed by many. Always enjoyed working with him at Santan and Kyrene. He was always dependable and took pride in his work. He left us way too soon.

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