Philip John Bourque
August 18, 1922 – December 30, 2002
Professor of Business Economics at the University of Washington Graduate School of Business. Loving father of Cynthia, Diane, Nancy, Alison, and Constance, and grandfather of 12. Philip was the founder of the Washington State Input-Output studies, served many years on the Governor's Council of Advisors, and was selected as a Pathbreaker- one of 100 examples of outstanding research in the history of the University of Washington. He also served as a meteorologist in the Philippines in WWII. He loved his daughters, his dogs, candy, boating, and everything French. Also survived by his sister Vivian C. Bourque of Ormand Beach, FL. and his dog Kelsey. He loved the Lord as his Savior. A service was held at Covenant Shores on Mercer Island.