In Memory of Philip O. Edwards

In Memory of Philip O. Edwards
Please join us in remembering Phil. As a sitting Board member of The HIKE Fund, he served for many years. We will miss him deeply.

Phil Edwards

January 3, 1935 – January 16, 2016
Preceded in death by parents, John and Avlie Edwards; sister, Linda Burgoyne. Survived by wife, Doris Edwards; children, Shannon (Max) Duda, Overland Park, KS, Carla (Jeff) Thomas, Sumter, S.C.; grandchildren, Kaitlin (Zach) Peele, Amanda Duda, Roman Thomas; sister, Joy (Mike) Reeb, Sandpointe, ID; brother-in-law, Ross (Lynn) Burgoyne, Homer, AK. Charter Member of Farmhouse Fraternity – University of Idaho. Past Master and currently Secretary of Centennial Lodge #326 AF & AM. Director and Secretary of the Masonic Youth Foundation of Nebraska. Director of the National HIKE (Hearing Impaired Kids Endowment) Fund. Past Patron of Narcissus Chapter #269. Past Associate Bethel Guardian and Past Associate Grand Guardian – Job’s Daughters International. Member of the Omaha Valley Scottish Rite, Tangier Shrine, and York Rite. He enjoyed working at Vala’s Pumpkin Patch, and doing Father Job for Job’s Daughters.

VISITATION: Wed from 5-8pm at Crosby Colonial Chapel. FUNERAL: Thurs at 10:30am at West Hills Church, 3015 S. 82nd St. Interment Westlawn Hillcrest Cemetery.

Memorials to HIKE (Hearing Impaired Kids Endowment) Fund or Masonic Youth Foundation.

Tender little memories of some word or deed Give us strength and courage when we are in need… Blessed little memories help to bear the pain that life has tossed And soften all the tears and loneliness of our loss… Precious little memories of little things that were done Make the very darkest day a bright and happy one. -Author Unknown-

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