OBITUARY

Phillip Dahlberg

November 28, 1977January 7, 2020

Phillip Dahlberg, 42, died unexpectedly from diabetic complications, on January 7, 2020. Phillip was born on November 28, 1977 in Kansas City, Missouri to Fred and April Dahlberg. Phillip was awarded the Honor of being an Eagle Scout on October 18, 1992, from Troop 417. He attended Oak Park High School where he played in the marching band that won numerous awards including traveling to Calgary, Canada. Phillip met fiancé Krystal Crutcher in February of 2002. Over 18 years the couple welcomed two children, Zoie Dahlberg age 14 and Danika Dahlberg age 9, into a loving home. His girls will always remember his sense of humor, as well as his kind and loving nature. Phillip was a creative individual who loved craftsmanship, and was passionate about the natural development of plant life. He was known for his leatherwork and woodworking. Phillip loved to decorate his house for Halloween and Christmas with animated blow ups that he set to music.

Phillip is preceded in death by paternal grandparents Oscar and Dorcas Dahlberg and maternal grandparents, Arnold and Joan Parsons.

Phillip is survived by his parents Fred and April Dahlberg; fiancé Krystal Crutcher; daughters Zoie Dahlberg and Danika Dahlberg; and sister Amy Cook

Services

22 January

Visitation

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Newcomer's White Chapel Funeral Home

6600 NE ANTIOCH RD
GLADSTONE, MO 64119

22 January

Funeral Service

2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Newcomer's White Chapel Funeral Home

6600 NE ANTIOCH RD
GLADSTONE, MO 64119

22 January

Committal Service

3:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Newcomer's White Chapel Funeral Home

6600 NE ANTIOCH RD
GLADSTONE, MO 64119

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Louise Calvert

January 17, 2020

I will and do miss seeing you Phil, out in the yard working. We greeted each other, talk and will always think of you when driving by in the neighborhood. 😧❤

Diane Ostermeier

January 15, 2020

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