SLADE MITCHELL PHILLIPS
November 5, 1960 - February 15, 2022
Slade passed to the arms of heaven with his wife Shelly along his side. Slade and Shelly spent their 36th wedding anniversary in 2021 and the love they had for each other is endless. Slade was a force of nature, determined to provide for his family and give them the best life he could. His family meant more to him than anything else in the world. He was continuously proud of Brittany and Jamie and always tried his best to love and support them no matter what. They will miss him dearly.
Slade loved fishing, whitewater canoeing, camping, and sleeping under the stars. Anything outdoors, he was in. His favorite areas included The Lake, Tall Timber, The Farm and many more. Slade spent much of his free time at these places and was always ready for an adventure. He was always there for friends and family when they needed him and would always help fix anything and everything. Slade loved going to his girls’ activities and spending time teaching them all he could.
Anyone who knew Slade knew that he was the most loving father and husband. Slade was a fairly private person but not with friends and family. He had one of the biggest hearts and always put others before himself. Slade pushed through a tremendous amount of pain for many years before the battle with cancer ended and he was finally able to rest.
Slade is now reunited with his loving Mother and Father (Della and Mike Phillips), father in-law John Spence and other close family and friends.
The Phillips family would like to send a warm thank-you hug to every single person that was part of his team throughout his battle. You all truly have a special place in our hearts. Thank-You Again.
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Until we meet again... WE LOVE YOU SO MUCH.
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