Phillip Anthony was born on February 5, 1915 in Revere, Massachusetts, a suburb of Boston. He completed all his studies in engineering and electronics in Boston and was continuing studies at M.I.T. when the Pearl Harbor Conflict happened. He left M.I.T. and enlisted in the United States Navy where he served a four year tour and was assigned to P.T. Boat service in the South Pacific. Upon returning from the service, he moved to California and pursued work in the restaurant industry. He become a professional mixologist and worked at some of the finest restaurants. He later met and married his wife Milli. He has no survivors or family. A service will be held at Rice Mortuary on Tuesday January 22, 2013 at 9:30 am and he will be entombed at Green Hills Memorial Park.

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  1. I loved the pictures of my mother and Phil—may he rest in peace and may he know the joy of total forgiveness and life forever through Jesus Christ

  2. I also enjoyed seeing the pictures of my Grandpa and Grandma and hope that they are now joined together again in heaven. I choose to focus on the good times we had as a family.

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