Mrs. Angela Phillips, age 66, of Jonesborough, passed away Thursday, January 6, 2022 at Johnson City Medical Center. Mrs. Phillips was born June 6th in Kannapolis, North Carolina and was the daughter of Susan and Donald Malicoat.
Angela was a loving housewife and mother, adoring grandmother, supportive sister, and a loyal daughter. She was a cancer survivor, a lover of nature, and enjoyed traveling in the summers with her daughter and grandchildren. Angela was dedicated to her family and close friends and cherish her times spent with them.
Survivors, in addition to her parents, are her husband, Wayne Phillips, children Jennifer Welling, Brian Bowman, and April Bowman along with their spouses; stepson Wayne Phillips Jr. and his wife, grandchildren Faith, Leah, Joseph, Olivia, and Keegan; brothers Chris Basinger, Craig Basinger, and Clint Basinger, and sister,Tracy Miller and their spouses, along with many nieces and nephews.
A Celebration of Life will be held Tuesday, January 11, 2022 from 1:00 to 3:00 PM at Dillon-Taylor Funeral Home.
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EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES
Karen Herod Franzel
Angela, our families go back a long time , from Temple Texas to Seymour Indiana, Spring Hill Fl , we were best friends for over 15 yrs , unfortunately time, life and moves got in the way, I Cherish our friendship and all the fun we had, you and your family will Forever hold a special place in my heart ❤️ , I love you my friend and you will be missed dearly , every time I make pudding delight I smile and think of you. You are now in Heaven walking streets of gold , I hold our memories close to my heart , Wayne Jennifer Brian and April I
Love you ❤️❤️❤️
Grammie, I love you with all my heart
I know you will forever be in my heart as long as I remember the sweet, loving times with you
You taught me to be truthful and respectful and to always be unapologetic for my attitude towards life and not wanting to be dressy like my mom:)
You loved your grandkids like no other, and we promise to keep your love alive until it’s our turn to see you again
Karen Herod Franzel
Angela, Wayne, Jennifer, Brian , and April,
Our families go a long way back to Temple Texas , Seymour Indiana, Spring Hill Florida,
I love you momma. You were simply the best momma. I am so blessed to call you my momma and I will continue to live my life the way you would expect me too. ❤️❤️
Rest in peace Aunt Angie. My prayers and love to my cousins and to all that loved her. I am so deeply sorry for your loss. She was an amazing woman full of love and life and so strong, in my memories from childhood.
My beautiful sister , you will be so missed. I love you with all my being ....I miss you already ...till we meet again sister I love you ,.....
So very sorry to hear about Angela .will always remember our great childhood memories Always looked forward to when she would come to moms !