Phyllis Emma Britton
October 19, 1923 – November 3, 2018
Phyllis Emma Britton age 95 of Albion passed away in Marshall on Saturday, November 3, 2018. She was born October 19, 1923 in Sheridan Twp. the daughter of Frank E. and Emma I. (Bergman) Geisen.
Phyllis was a 1940 graduate of Albion High School, retired as Asst. Vice President of City Bank and Trust (now First Merit), member of Albion Business & Professional Women’s Club, former member of Professional Secretaries Assn, National Assn. of Bank Women, Albion Community Foundation and Calhoun County Secretarial Advisory Committee.
She was united in Marriage to Dale L. Britton on November 1, 1963 and he preceded her in death on March 17, 2018 after 54 years of marriage. In addition to her beloved husband, Phyllis is also preceded in death by both parents, sister, Meta H. Rausch, brother, Harold F. Geisen, nephew, Harold Dewayne Geisen, step-son, Larry Britton and step-grandson, Jody Britton.
Phyllis was a loving a dedicated wife, sister, aunt, step-mother and friend who enjoyed flower gardening, photography, genealogy, antiquing and crafts.
She leaves to cherish her memory step-sons, Gary Britton of Jackson, Alan (Meleta) Britton of South Carolina; step-grandsons, Jason Britton of Jackson, Nicholas (Indaka) Britton of Oregon; 4 step-great grandchildren; nieces, Janean Rausch of Marshall; Brenda (James) Dane of Albion; Melissa (Wesley) Yates of Summerfield, FL; great nieces, Jessica (Tony) Stubbs of Grass Lake and Lisa Yates of Summerfield, FL; great-great niece and nephew, Kiera Jade and Tony Lee II Stubbs of Grass Lake; sister-in-law, Pearl Britton.
According to her wishes, cremation has taken place and there will be no services. Phyllis will be laid to rest with her late husband Dale in Albion Memory Gardens.
Arrangements entrusted to J. Kevin Tidd Funeral Home, Albion.
- Private Burial
Phyllis Emma Britton
November 5, 2018
To the family,
Aunt Phyllis was one of the most awesome woman I have had the pleasure of knowing in life. We shared many happy moments together through flowering, Albion BPW, and sitting for quite conversations. It has been a couple years since I've seen her but she was on my mind often. Phyllis loved all of her family and friends and she showed it in everyday little things.
I pray that happy memories of her bring peace to your hearts during this difficult time.