OBITUARY

Philip Reitz

4 April , 196922 June , 2019

50 years. Passed away on June 22, 2019. Loving son of Blodwen and the late Conrad Reitz. Dear brother to Simon (Melissa) and the late Timothy Reitz. Will be sadly missed by his nephews James and Jacob. Canadian Uncle to Hadi, Chadi, Maudi and Yuchen. Philip will be remembered for his kindness, wonderful intelligence, humour, love of reading, music, science fiction and imagination, especially Tommy and the Mayor and his Tukus. A special thank you to Dr. Jing, Dr. Kanjeekal and all the staff at the Cancer Centre and Hospice for your care and compassion. Cremation has taken place. Visitation will be held at All Saints Anglican Church, 330 City Hall Square W., Windsor on Sunday, July 21, 2019 from 2:30 p.m. to the time of the Memorial Service at 4:00 p.m. Memorial tributes to the Windsor Regional Cancer Centre would be appreciated by the family. Anderson Funeral Home & Cremation Centre entrusted to arrangements (519-254-3223). www.andersonfuneralhomewindsor.com

  • DONATIONS

  • Windsor Regional Cancer Centre

Services

  • Memorial Service Sunday, 21 July , 2019
  • Memorial Visitation Sunday, 21 July , 2019

Memories

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Marius Aanonlie

29 June 2019

I'll always remember you with a smile. I'll cherish your brilliant mind, your incredible kindness and of course your amazingly bad taste. I'll remember what you gave me, and all the times you made made me blush, laugh, and think. I love you man.

Sylwia Siwiak

28 June 2019

You were one of a kind, and you will be missed. Thank you for years of laughter. Rest in peace, friend.

Iulica Lu Matei

28 June 2019

Once upon a time, I met a very funny and kind person on Facebook. He made me laugh when I truly needed it, and taught me how to handle negative people without being hateful.
Thank you Philip...

Sandra Willman

28 June 2019

My words here will mirror others, my friend. Your wit and heart were intelligent and fast. You often brought us to genuine laughter, as well as reflection.
Your voice was one of the first I found on this wild frontier, and thereafter, one I sought out.
I am so glad to have known you, Philip. May your journey be filled with delicious sammiches, and cats. Lots and lots of cats.

Acey Johnson

28 June 2019

I will always remember you. Almost a decade ago, when I was just getting into Facebook groups, you always welcomed me and supported me in my youthful drama. You made me laugh and taught me about the realities of life, made me smarter and stronger. And I loved watching you roast trolls. You will be greatly missed

Amanda Owens

28 June 2019

Philip was a kind man with a quirky sense of humor and a love of cats that rivals mine. I am so glad we got the opportunity to interact as we did over the years in the same groups. He will be dearly missed by a lot of people. Rest In Peace and ever onward to your next destination. We will have a sammich in your honor. Much love from Amanda & Michael

Tiffany Debates

27 June 2019

Philip was my friend for the past 7-8 years. He was always an intellectual powerhouse with an amazing sense of humor and an incredibly witty demeanor. He has touched so many lives just by being in them. He will always be loved and missed. Rest easy my friend.

Jamie Mattox

27 June 2019

I never got to meet you in person but you have been a part of my life via facebook for a good many years. Your wisdom, humor, and debate will be missed by me and many others dear friend. May you rest in peace free from pain and perhaps when my time comes we can finally meet.

Krishna Vasikar

27 June 2019

Thank you for your wonderful humor, your wit, and your sharp mind. You will be sorely missed.

Dan Shill

27 June 2019

I never got to meet you face to face, but I always enjoyed debating with you, and I loved your sense of humor. Rest in peace, my friend

FROM THE FAMILY