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Noble Estes Phillips, s/o John Henry Phillips, Sr. & Nancy Rilla Hettich
Estes Phillips, 70, of 840 Alabama St., was buried in Gafford Chapel Cemetery following Monday afternoon services at Murray-Owosky Funeral Home. He died Sunday morning in Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Phillips was born in Hopkins County Feb. 10, 1908, to John Henry and Nancy Hettich Phillips. The life-long resident was a retired restaurant owner and was an Army veteran of World War II.
Survivors include his wife; brothers, John (Junior) Phillips of Sulphur Springs and Deryl Phillips of Mount Vernon; sisters, Delma Phillips and Dorothy Phillips, both of Sulphur Springs; a sister-in-law, Jo Phillips of Mount Vernon; two nieces and two nephews.
Services were conducted by the Rev. William Chandler. Cousins served as pallbearers.
Source: The Hopkins County Echo, Sulphur Springs, Texas, Friday, July 7, 1978; Pg. 7, Columns 5&6
Noble Estes Phillips
b. 10 Feb. 1908, Hopkins Co. TX.
d. 2 July 1978, Hopkins Co. TX.