Today we celebrate the life of our beloved brother Phillip Alexander Viamille. Even though our hearts are heavy as we mourn this earthly separation, we also know that he is now free and at peace in the loving arms of our lord and savior Jesus Christ. Our sadness will be temporary & even wiped away as we call to remembrance the man…our brother…our friend. His smile always gave you the feeling that he knew something you didn’t, and when he laughed you couldn’t help but laugh with him! Each of us will forever have a part of him with us and he will never be forgotten. Phillip loved his family, each of us in his own way and each of us can easily fill a room with all the great memories and life experiences that connect us and make us a family.
In our hearts you will never be far from us, and in our minds, you will always cause us to smile. Like searching through a box full of old photographs, there is a room we keep in our hearts that is filled from wall-to-wall and from ceiling-to-floor with times we spent laughing and loving. This room I speak of is one we each have within us and is overflowing with all those times that begin with “remember when….”
Phillip Alexander Viamille, you have left us so much to remember and for that we thank you, we love you, and we celebrate your life.
Sunrise: December 27, 1958
Sunset: October 1, 2019
Phillip Alexander Viamille will be missed by his two children, Felicia Viamille & Dominic Viamille, (3 Sisters), Delvorine Viadores, Curlette Sampson, Deborah Johnson, (4 brothers), Egbert Viamille, Emanuel Viamille Jr., Rodwell Viamille & Leroy Viamille, and a host of nieces, nephews and countless friends and associates throughout the Belizean community.
Arrangements entrusted to Thompson Funeral and Cremation Inc. Mr. Philip L. Gillette ~ Funeral Director