OBITUARY

Phillip Ary Rowe

June 13, 1960November 2, 2020

Connersville native, Phillip Rowe, 60, died November 2, 2020 at Reid Health in Richmond.

Phillip was born to Joseph E. and Linda L. Lane Rowe on June 13, 1960. He attended Connersville High School and worked at Lee’s Famous Recipe. After graduating, Phillip was employed with Randall Textone for many years. Most recently he was employed with Integrity Metal where he worked faithfully until his death. Phillip enjoyed the outdoors, fishing, and watching movies. Above all, he loved spending time with his grandchildren. Phillip will be remembered as a stubborn man with a heart of gold, who will be missed dearly by those who love him.

Phillip is survived by his son: Phillip Rowe; daughter: Jessica Evans and Brandon; step-daughter: Samantha Robinson; brothers: Chris Rowe and Sandy, Robert Rowe; sister: Karen Reisinger and Ray; brother-in-law: Dwayne Richardson; grandchildren: Trever Chasteen and Brandon Evans Jr.; several nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, Phillip is preceded in death by his son: James Joseph Lee Rowe; sisters: Kathy Horn and Jean Richardson; brother-in-law: Bill Horn; nephew: Bryan Rowe.

A graveside service will be conducted on Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 12 p.m. at Lick Creek Cemetery in Connersville Indiana. Memorial Contributions made be made to the funeral home to help defray funeral expenses.

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Trever Chasteen

November 22, 2020

Stibern as heck and he will never be forgotten

LESLIE Hammond

November 7, 2020

Phillip had a heart of gold he would help anyone and never expect anything in return. Prayers to his family and to his companion Debbie Barrows. God bless you all. REST IN PEACE Phillip.

Christine Lane

November 6, 2020

Philip had a heart of gold. He would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. If you asked him to borrow a dollar for something to drink. He would give you a dollar if it was his last dollar in his pocket. He loved his family. He was a active man. When you seen him, he was always doing something for his family. If he seen his.friend or neighbor out, and they needed help doing something. He would stop to help them out. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. God bless you. My thoughts are with you. Sincerely, Christine Lane

Randy Klemme

November 5, 2020

Phil and I ran together in junior high. Seemed do be a real good guy. May the Lord bless him and his family at this sad time

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