Loutzenhiser-Jordan Online Guestbook for Phillip W. McCloskey, Sr.
I just saw on Joni's facebook about Phil. I am so sorry I missed calling hours.
My prayers are with you. He had a long struggle.
Kathy (Minchoff) Budak
My thoughts and prayers are with you all of you
My deepest sympathy to all of you . I will always remember Phil as having a huge heart and great sense of humor. He was a wonderful man. 💗
Autumn Bees (Hughes)
Very sorry for your loss of a great man.Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire McCloskey family.
We would like to express our Condolences to the Family. Keep your good Memories of Him about you, and draw strength from each other. Remember him with laughter and a smile. Sincerely, Bonnie and Clyde Anderson
Bonnie and Clyde Anderson
Sorry for you loss.
To: Natasha Reino and the Family of Phillip McCloskey, Sr.
I extend my deepest sympathy to all of you. You all will be in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. His memories will always live within you, and will help you during this time of sadness.
Love to all,
sorry for your loss
So sorry for your loss.
Russell and Terra Shaffer
Sorry can't be there to share your sorrow Am in Va for my granddaughter's birthday party. My sympathy to all of you and may God be your comfort.
You and your entire family are in our thoughts and prayers. You have our deepest sympathies on your loss.
Lisa, Rich and Noah
Lisa & Rich Marshall
Sending our condolences and sympathy to Sarah and family on the loss of their loved one.
Bob and Dorothy Dutkiewicz
I am sure those in heaven who love Phil smiled and opened their arms in welcome.
They will now open their arms to you to offer comfort. God bless you all with a peaceful heart and warm memories.
My thoughts and prayers are with your family as you go through this sorrowful time. Bless all of you.
I send my condolences to the family on your loss. I lift you all up in prayer for God to wrap His loving arms around you all and to help you find peace and comfort in this sad time. We too will one day be able to sit at the feet of Our Father and rejoice at the beauty he has provided for us.