Phil Dionysius, 1950-2015

Phil Dionysius, 1968

We just learned about the death of our Burbank High ’68 classmate, Phil Dionysius, who died on March 26, 2015 in Firestone, CO. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend. Phil is survived by his wife Jodie, four children, brother, sister, niece, and seven grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Henry and Esther Dionysius.

Phil died in Firestone, Colorado.

Phil died in Firestone, Colorado.

Phil served in the U.S. Army and did one tour in Vietnam. He also was stationed in Germany and was in the reserves, being honorably discharged in 1985. He moved to Colorado with his family in 1979. He was married to his wife, Dana from 1969-1993 and they had four children together. He married his current wife, Jodie, in 1993. He loved his family and friends and his love for animals was beautiful. He will be greatly missed.

If you have any remembrances of Phil to share, please write them in the comments section below. You can also leave condolence messages for his family at this link.

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3 responses »

  1. Bill Reimers says:

    I remember Phil from Jr. High and of course BHS. He was always friendly and good to talk to. I am so sorry he is gone but it sounds like he had a wonderful family and thus a beautiful life. Thank you Katherine for letting us know.

    Bill Reimers

  2. bill reimers says:

    Good morning Katherine. I hope this e mail message finds you and finds you well. BHS class of ’68 now has another published author. My book, “Icicles in the Park” is now published on Amazon and Kindle. It would be great if you could list serve this message to our classmates. Some of them may enjoy reading my work.

    Thanks,

    Bill Reimers

  3. Katherine Crosier says:

    I just checked out Amazon, and will write a post about it. Thanks for writing!

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