Phyllis Loretta Eldridge, age 91 of Chisago City, a longtime St. Paul Resident passed away August 9, 2012 at Margaret S. Parmly Residence in Chisago City.
Phyllis is preceded in death by her grandson, Greg Tibesar and her great great granddaughter, Isabel Reyes.
She is survived by her daughter, Kathy Tibesar; sons, Frank (Barb) McCoy, Doug (Lucy) McCoy, and Jay Eldridge; 9 grandchildren, Jodi Greenman, Brian Tibesar, Jeannie Frick, Dr. Mikki Minocha, Mike McCoy, Joshua Eldridge, Andrea Eldridge, Aimee Eldridge, and Christine Eldridge; 15 great grandchildren, Allissa Berg, Tyler Berg, Jace Greenman, Charlie Frick, Reagan Frick, Khashlynn Tibesar, Kodi Minocha, Jenna Minocha, Maya Minocha, Trystin McCoy, Liam McCoy, Trynity McCoy, Crighton McCoy, Kellen McCoy, and Sara Eldridge; 3 great great grandchildren, Tayte Berg, Quinn Delhanty, and Noelle Berg; sister, Lois Dickey; brother, Jack Eastep.
A Memorial Service will be held at 11 AM on Saturday, August 25, 2012 at Roberts Family Funeral Home, 555 Centennial Dr. SW, Forest Lake with a gathering of family and friends beginning at 10 AM until the time of the service. Interment Roselawn Cemetery Ossuary, Roseville.
A special thank you to the staff at Martha's House in Margaret S. Parmly Residence for the wonderful care given to Phyllis.
I always will remember my grandma as being funloving. She was unique there was no one like her. I remember her always singing hymes, and showing us pictures of family. She really loved us, and she was dearly loved. I'll always cherish the time I have spent with her, and be greatful that I could spend that time with her. Until I see you in heaven. I love you grandma
I have so many wonderful memories of Aunt Phyllis it would be hard to list them all. I remember the many homes she lived in and who we would visit. I remember the new little baby she brought home and we got to visit(Jay) I rmember my Dad (Winnie) heplint to install a new dryer, when she lived on Lawson. It had a window so we could watch the clothes dry(almost better than TV) . One of the few family reunions that we had over at Moms(Bernice). The last found memory was of our (Aunt Lois, Bernice and myself went out to the care center and took her out for lunch! We all had a good time and we laugher a lot that day! I'll really miss her. Aunt Phyllis was alway cared so much for her grandchildren and great grand children. She would always talk about them and update me on how they were doing. She loved them ALL so much. Hope to see every one on Saturday and celebrate her life, and know we will she her again in heaven!
All 5 of the kids deeply loved their Grandma Plyllis...they never seemed to mind the bright red lipstick that came with their Grandma's kisses. They all knew that their Grandma loved them - and they loved her too!
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