Personal Service, Peace of Mind, Pleasant Memories

Willie L. Phillips

12/23/1938 - 01/31/2018

Viewing Information

A viewing will be held, Friday, February 9, 2018 at Metropolitan Funeral Service, Berkley Avenue.

Service Information

A funeral service will be held, 12pm, Saturday, February 10, 2018
United House of Prayer
1433 Whittamore Road Chesapeake VA

Interment Information

Roosevelt Memorial Park
1101 Campostella Road Chesapeake VA

Willie L. Phillips departed this life January 31, 2018. Willie affectionately known as “Frog” was born in Norfolk county, on December 23, 1938 to the late William Phillips Sr. and Mamie Phillips. Willie prematurely ended his grade school education in the 8th grade but his professional and personal accomplishments were just beginning. Willie joined the U.S Navy and served a term, after discharging from the military he became a nuclear inspector for the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, where he later retired. On November 11, 1960 Willie married his sweetheart Emma Louise Phillips. Their 57 year union brought forth two beautiful children, Jacqueline Smith and Troy Phillips(Tevene), both of Chesapeake, VA. Four grandchildren, Jamie Phillips, Kowanda Johnson, Ciara Smith and Troy Phillips Jr. and three great-grandchildren JaiLynn Sparrow, Zakiya Cornish and Karmyn Johnson whom he leaves to cherish his memories. Also, left to cherish his memories William Phillips Jr.(deceased, Spouse Shirley), Virtley Mae Gregory (Carl), Shirley Phillips, and Melvin Phillips and a large host of nieces, nephews, cousins, aunt, uncles and friends.

Shirley Barrow To Emma and family. Earth has no sorrow that Heaven can not Heal. Absence from the body is presence with. the Lord. RIP
Posted: 2/7/2018
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Nicole I'm very sorry for your loss. May you take comfort in Revelation 21:4. God will wipe every tear and sickness pain and death will be no more; Psalm 37:29
Posted: 2/7/2018
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James R. Bradley To You and YourFamily with Haeartfelt Sympathy: It's never easy to let go and say a last farewell;. To someone who has meant much more than any words can tell. DEEPEST SYMPATHY BRADLEY FAMILY
Posted: 2/6/2018
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