Obituary of Phyllis Swain Hildreth
Phyllis Swain Hildreth was born to Donald and Anita Hildreth, on September 24, 1956 and passed away, suddenly, on September 21, 2019.
Phyllis was born and raised in Gulph Mills and King of Prussia, Pennsylvannia and graduated from Lebanon High School in 1974. She has been a Willingboro resident, for the last seven years.
She is survived by her two sisters, Diana Matyas(Dave) (Willingboro) and Anita Hildreth(England), and pre-deceased by her little sister Roxanne Hildreth. Our dear, Phyllis is also survived by her nieces and nephews...Casandra Kwoka(Ed)from Ft. Lauderdale FL; John Paul Bohem III(Christina)from Cherry Hill, NJ; Brian Bohem from Merchantville, NJ; Jeffrey Bohem(Jeanette)from Spur, TX and Jacqueline Gurecki from Merchantville, NJ, as well, as many great-nieces and Great-nephews. She also left behind many cousins and extended family, who were always close her to heart, despite the miles. Phyllis, was in a seven-year loving relationship, with the one-and-only Mr. Kevin Fox.
She will also to be remembered and missed dearly by her old friends at the Willingboro Senior Center, Dorthea Campbell Senior Housing, The Willingboro Friendship Guild, Calvary Baptist Church in Willingboro, and the Marlton Elks Lodge, as well as, her special friends Gerry Urbas, Bob Heckler, and Gwen Curry.
Phyllis was a true family-lady! She loved getting together for coffee and dinners with the people she holds dear. Her nieces, nephews, Great-nieces, and Great-nephews held a special place in her heart and enjoyed spending time with them!! There wasn't a day that went by that she wasn't hard to work on her crossword and Fill-In puzzles and keeping everyone on their toes! There wasn't a nail polish, she didn't love, but held a certain affinity for purple.
Phyllis spent much time with her patient care-taking sister, Diana and her husband Dave and they got her involved in the community and helped give her the many adventures she had. It wasn't Phyllis, if she wasn't asking someone to play Rummikub or to have a sleepover...and she sang to Elvis and Christmas music, like it was nobody's business!
She will live on in our hearts and will be missed by all, she touched.
Please read the Celebration of Life, Funeral Services and Interment information below. Thank You.
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