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Sammie K. Phillips
March 28, 1945 ~ October 27, 2023 (age 78) 78 Years Old
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Sammie Kate Evans Phillips was born on Thursday, March 28, 1945, to the late Pearl Snow and George Evans in Sallis, MS. Sammie K accepted Christ at an early age at Centeridge M.B. She received her education in Sallis, MS. Sammie loved traveling, cooking, spending time with family, listening to music, and she loved to dance. Last but not least, she loved her Garret Snuff! Sammie met and married Luther J. Phillips and together they had eight children. At sunset, Friday, October 27th, surrounded by her family, Sammie transitioned peacefully, knowing the love of her family would always represent her memories here on Earth!! Sammie's legacy will continue to live on through her five children.
Sammie was preceded in death by her loving parents, Pearl Snow and George Evans, two sons, Luther (Nick) and Jimmie Lee Phillips, one daughter, Donna Marie Phillips, six sisters, and six brothers.
Those left to cherish their memory of Sammie is her husband, Ronnie Thomas; children, Gerald (Nancia) Phillips of St. Paul, MN, Margret Phillips of Wichita, KS, Carol (Bobby) Davis of St. Paul, MN, Artisha Phillips of St. Paul, MN, Shanda (Gary) Gibson of Greensboro, NC; sisters, Jeffie M Phillips of Kosciusko, MS, Julia A Kitchens of Sallis, MS; brother, Sammie L (Jerrie) Greer of Sallis, MS; sister-in-law, Joe Betty Snow; special sister, Mary Johnson of Wichita, KS; numerous grandchildren, great grandchildren, and three great-great grandchildren; along with a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.