Phyllis D. Fitzgerald

Phyllis D. Fitzgerald, nee Davis, beloved wife of the late Donald; loving mother of Nancy (W. James) McCoy, Catherine (Phillip) McMahon and the late D. Michael Fitzgerald; proud grandmother of James (Shannon) McCoy, Katherine (David) Myers and Matthew McMahon and great grandmother of Grayson McCoy, Madeline Stachowiak and Riley, Caitlin, Hannah and Jackson Myers; dear sister of Dora (the late Paul) Hunt; fond aunt of many nieces and nephews.  Memorial contributions may be made in Phyllis’ name to the Williams Syndrome Association, 570 Kirts Boulevard, Suite 223, Troy MI 48084 or Lexington Hospice, 665 W. North Ave., Suite 500, Lombard IL 60148.  Arrangements handled by Gibbons Funeral Home, Elmhurst.  630-832-0018 or www.gibbonsfuneralhome.com


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10 comments on “Phyllis D. Fitzgerald
  1. Katherine Myers says:

    Grammy… We miss you already…
    We are only permitted to grieve because we have been privileged to love… And to escape grief at the sacrifice of love is too great a price to pay.

    Love,
    Kate

  2. Katherine Myers says:

    Grammy….
    I miss you already…
    We are only permitted to grieve because we have been privileged to love… And to escape grief at the sacrifice of love is too great a price to pay.
    Love,
    Kate

  3. James McCoy says:

    Grammy… we will miss you terribly but you made all of our lives more special and I am so glad Grayson got to know you.

    Love,
    Jamie

  4. Lin Carmichael says:

    What a beautiful friend…..filled with love and GRACE. I will always miss her. Love, Lin

  5. Lin Carmichael says:

    A beautiful friend…..filled with love and GRACE. I will always miss her. Love, Lin

  6. I was honored to call her my friend and looked forward to seeing her every time she visited her Chapel Hill family. I wil never forget the special times when Maddie was such a little girl and Phyllis was with the two of us for the day. We had long talks and she shared her life and her loves with me. She was a special lady, dignified, yet warm; intelligent; yet easy to act silly with us when the occasion was right. She was joyful and happy. She so loved her family and spoke so highly of each of you. You may never know a greater love than that of your Mother, your Grandmother, your Sister, your Friend. She was a diva kind of lady, which to me spells class. Yes, Phyllis had class and you didn’t have to know her long or well to see or feel it. God rest her beautiful soul. She is carried by angels to her place in the heavens. Be consoled by the perfection she has found: no more suffering, no more pain, no more indignity; only surrounded by love—an eternity of health, peace and love. Phyllis has gone home, but you will meet again on another dimension, in another world and she will be there waiting for you.

    Affectionately and so sorry for your loss,
    My Love, Priscilla

  7. Leah Waldrop says:

    You will be missed. What a truly amazing lady!

    “A great soul serves everyone all the time. A great soul never dies. It brings us together again and again.”

  8. Carole E Hunt says:

    What a neat lady! A favorite aunt who was shared with me. We’ll miss her!

  9. Charlotte Evans says:

    Aunt Phyllis has touched many hearts in a caring way throughout her life. I am grateful for fond memories of family times together and the example she set of how to show compassion for others. May the Lord bless her family and friends at this time.

  10. Lance and Peggy HUnt says:

    I’ll never forget the great times we spend with Uncle Don, Aunt Phyllis, Nancy, Kathy, and Mike. The Lord is good and HIs comfort and blessing are new every morning! God bless you guys!

    Lance and Peggy Hunt

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