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Lindquist Funeral Home

1 Mayberry Ln, Yarmouth, ME

OBITUARY

Philip Forest Titcomb

December 28, 1963August 28, 2020

Brunswick- Philip Forest Titcomb, 56, passed away with his family by his side on Friday, August 28, 2020. The Son of Philip and Shirley (Hoar) Titcomb, He was born in Portland on December 28, 1963. He grew up in Falmouth with his seven siblings. Philip attended Woodfords School of Portland where he made a lot of friends. He was employed in various positions throughout his life. No one was a stranger to Philip. He loved beautiful women and was a WWW fan, he especially loved Hulk Hogan. He was mischievous and never far from having fun. He would greet you with unbridled affection. Philip gave 100% of his heart and soul to those he loved. He was always upbeat and smiling. Philip is heaven bound, as he brought a true slice of heaven to those here on earth.

He was predeceased by, his parent, his brother Mark and his brother Barry.

He is survived by his siblings; Pamela Leighton Dianne Anderson, Debbie Lusth and her husband Tom, Wendy Jewett and her husband Larry and Roberta French and her husband Dan, his many nieces and nephews and his loving staff at Independence Association of Brunswick.

Family and friends are invited to attend the graveside service on Wednesday, September 2, 2020 at 11:00 am at Riverside Cemetery, Rt 88, Yarmouth. Due Covid 19, please practice social distancing and wear your mask.

Services

  • Graveside Service

    Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Memories

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Kelli Marie Magaw

September 14, 2020

Phillip was my peer from Day program at IA and everytime he woulfd see me he would always comes up and says hi and give me a huge highfive. I didnt know that well or for that long however i know he was a very funny sweet and caring guy. My condolences go out to his entire family. Phillip will be truely missed by some many. Rest In Peace my friend Phillip.

jackie cook

September 8, 2020

We were so privileged to know Phil. He was David Cook's true friend, and joined us for fun events. We loved his humor and his unique personality; he was an all around great guy.

Penny Orr

September 3, 2020

My Dear Cousin Philip. The memories I will be able to cherish from when we were young. You have a soul so pure and innocent. You have a way of making everyone in the room smile with your spirit and personality. My heart is heavy with sadness but I know you are happy where you are because you are with your Mum. You have touched so many lives and will be missed dearly. We love you Phil.
My condolences to his sisters and their families.

Sue Temple

September 3, 2020

My husband Bruce and I enjoyed seeing Phil each time we visited my sister at PHR. He was a dear gentleman who always lifted our spirits. We will miss him. God bless.

Dorothy Dunn

September 2, 2020

Tom and I will miss Phil, he was one of our son's first roommate's at Independence, they really liked each other, Phil was good to Todd, like a big brother, God Bless you, we will never forget you.

Diane Laffely (formerly McPherson)

September 2, 2020

I worked with Phil, first thing in the morning. He was working the day after we lost another IA family member, someone I'd known from my childhood. I was told at work and was understandably sad.
Phil consoled me by telling me
" It's okay to be sad,Diane, but you don't need to be, because it's not far from here to your heart."
So Phil ,I won't be sad, you didn't go far.

Joleen Morgan

September 2, 2020

I had the pleasure of working with Phil off and on over the last 15 years. He called me his white haired cookie lady. When ever I make cookies I will smile as I think of making them with him. I'm so glad for all of my many wonderful memories of him. He will forever be missed.

Michelle McDougall

September 1, 2020

My husband worked with Phil at independence Association what a fun guy. We also had the pleasure of having Phil as a part of our wedding as a groomsman and Phil was so excited to find out that we were expecting our daughter and couldn’t wait to meet her , she was 3 weeks old when we took her to visit, I still remember there meeting ❤️...we moved away and years got between us we often thought of Phil, and are deeply saddened to hear of his passing Condolences to his family

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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