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steve welch posted a condolence
I worked with phil and played fastpitch softball with and against him. I will always remember his laugh and the way he treated people with kindness. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and he will be sorely missed by all that knew him.
The Jasperson posted a condolence
Cousin Phil was always a very kind, loving member of the Netto family. As part of the extended Howard family we always had great Holidays at grandma MA's home and over the years at the Netto's homes. We will miss you "big guy". Love to the family. Cousin Judy and husband Steve.
Nancy Kaping posted a condolence
I will remember you as one of the kindest people I have ever known. My family enjoyed some fun times at Buck's Lake with you and Marie! My thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Gretchen Brentlinger Blais posted a condolence
Memories of grammar and highs school and Phil is part of them. Many blessing to the family and friends as they deal with this major life transition.
Chris Concepcion posted a condolence
remembering all the crazy times we shared in our office at Lone Star. Thanks for the friendship and memories i will always cherish
Bob Dakan posted a condolence
I believe all us who knew Phil we miss his open gentle way of saying hello and always asking how we were doing and seldon mentioned how he was doing. As a fellow basketball player with him at SCHS he was a quite leader that never got upset when we made a mistake. As Coach Emmit Thompson said to some us many years later "He was his most coachable player". I believe that is why he was such a good coach for the rest of his life. We who knew him for many years and admired his grace will miss him dearly.
Suzanne Petti Jones posted a condolence
I remember feeling very romantic and special dancing with this very tall baskeball player at the after-game dance. He was a beautiful athlete who had just played so well. Music: Fats Domino, Buddy Holly and probably the Beach Boys. Unforgettable.
The Dahls posted a condolence
One of the Good Guys! A special older cousin! Remembering being a kid in the summers at the Netto home, dance party and more.. Definitely a cross between Uncle Manuel & Aunt Edith, with the same kind love they shared with everyone..
Tony Bairos posted a condolence
Was thinking of phill last week because i hadent seen him in a while at Cindys shop. I was quite taken a back to see him in the local rag. I worked with Phill for many years. We were always cutting up and kidding each other. Always enjoyed seeing and talking about the old days..LOL Will miss you and will always have a special place for you in my heart.
Michelangelo Magdaleno-Acevedo posted a condolence
Mr. Netto was a tremendeous man, my memories growing up across the street is nothing but wonderful times with him and his family. He will be missed by all of us...The Acevedo's
All posted a condolence
Another classmate has left us far too soon. You will be missed by all whose lives you touched. You are now in the land of "Fair Winds and Following Seas"
George & Dolores Stagi posted a condolence
Philip was a wonderful person and a Great Friend of mine over the years at RMC Lonestar Cement. He will be very much missed by his friends and his wonderful Family!! God Bless you Philip!!
Rosemary MacGowan Corbin posted a condolence
Phil was a very special member of the Class of '57, not just because he was a superb basketball player, but because he never let it go to his head. I can't think of a nicer member of the class. It was a joy to know him. Rosemary MacGowan Corbin, Class of '57
George and Janet Arnott posted a condolence
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. We had many wonderful times with Phil. He will be greatly missed.