OBITUARY

Philip Albert Flett

14 January, 195911 September, 2021

Philip Albert Flett, age 62, of Kelowna, British Columbia passed away on Saturday, September 11, 2021. Philip was born January 14, 1959.

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Sheila Seweryn

24 September 2021

Everyone knew you. So many times, I didn't know what I would do without your help. Many good memories. Such a big heart. You taught me so much. You opened up my world to new experiences and new people. You knew how to live life to it's fullest and always thought the best of everyone. You will be missed by so many. Thank you for being my friend.

Ellen Voth

22 September 2021

Mi Dulce Buey, how could you leave? There is no where I can go in our Valley without a memory of you and our adventures, road trips for supplies for your never-ending list of projects or gatherings, navigating the ever-important garage sales on Saturday morning (never gonna hear your ‘now I can buy that newspaper I’ve been saving for!’ or ‘hell, I’m free to a good home!’ and the chuckles you got from them every, single, Saturday!) Our first real outing together - helping you pick up stumps, later taking them to be cut, cleaning them and staining them and installing them - just needed to find those dang glass knobs for the ladies purses (right Pauline?) and the tables would have been complete! A million nights and a few mornings in the 110 degree hot tub watching the stars through the trees or having our coffee, a million more movies in The Lair and at the bar while sharing a pint of ice cream, trying to figure out which flavour was our most favourite. The never-ending stream of visitors to Phil’s Swill & Grill, trying to rein in your menu for a party so that you, too, could enjoy your guests! I’d tell you anything and you’d be happy or mad or excited with me, and if it was a vent - you’d let me, and then we’d go work on a project! So much work we put into the greenhouse and now who will know what to do with all those too-hot peppers?! Our favourite hot dogs around the campfire will never be the same without you, no Margarita as tasty, no greeting or hug and kiss so comforting - the hole you left for so many just too great… I wish I’da let you catch me the first time you chased me so I would have had more time with you, I miss you so much…. Grateful for the time and laughs and memories we did share, I am your Disnerd forever, damn it was good Knowin’ You…. xxx

sandra haining

18 September 2021

A life of dreams
Thank you for all we shared
I will miss our birthday wine and will keep a space open for the guy that taught me about unconditional love.

Brenda Baun

16 September 2021

Phil, (Capt. Phil) had such a zest for life. Even though I had only known him for a short period of time Phil was genuine, thoughtful, loving and yes, opinionated. He loved to cook and host parties for his family and friends and even loved watching chick flicks (who knew).

He brought some many of us lots of love, laughter and joy.

My thoughts and prayers are with his family and long time friends.

He will be forever missed.

Brenda xxoo