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Cathryn Ann Phillips

February 2, 1932 - October 8, 2017

Cathryn Ann Phillips, 85, passed away on Sunday, October 8, 2017 in Annapolis, Maryland.  She was born in Allegheny County Pennsylvania to Robert H. and Edna Pelton Bagnall.
As a Navy wife she traveled through out the US and eventually settled down in Williamsburg, Va. where she raised her family.  She along with her late husband delivered the Newspaper for the Daily press and Virginia Gazette for 34 years and worked at the Old Pottery Factory for 10 plus years where she was able to pursue her love for floral arrangements, she also loved ceramics, and painting ceramics. In her spare time she  loved to dabble in making quilts and Crocheting.
She is now in the arms of her Lord Jesus Christ with her husband of 27 yrs. Hubert Lee Phillips, her son Michael Mayes Sr. and her dearly beloved sister Grace Doepker .
Cathryn will be dearly missed by Lady-bug, her sweet companion dog, and her sons who she loved very much, Robert & Shirlena Mayes, David & Kathy Mayes, Gerald & Teresa Mayes Sr., Paul & Susan Mayes Sr., and Matthew & Rosa Mayes. She leaves her memories to 14 Grandchildren and 13 Great Grandchildren.
A Graveside service will be conducted by Pastor Billy Sutton at  2:00 p.m. Friday, October 13, 2017 at Williamsburg Memorial Park. Due to her love of animals any Memorial contributions may be made to the  Heritage Humane Society at 430 Waller Mill Rd, Wmsbg, VA in her name.

Service Information

Service Information

Date: Friday, October 13, 2017

Time: 2:00 pm

Location:

Williamsburg Memorial Park

130 King William Drive
Williamsburg, VA 23188


Donation Information

Heritage Humane Society

Phone: 757-221-0150

Address:
430 Waller Mill Rd
Williamsburg, VA 23185
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