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In Loving Memory

Phlipot, James R.

James R. Phlipot, age 88. Fortified with the Sacraments of Holy Mother Church on Monday, June 3, 2024. Beloved husband of the late Marilyn B. Phlipot (nee Bornhorst); loving father of Catherine (Alan) White, Dan (Krisi) Phlipot, Susan (Jeff) Martini, Jamie (Michelle) Phlipot and Steven (Penny) Phlipot; cherished grandfather of Suzanne and Stephanie White and Sarah (Alex) Miller, Lindsey and Alex (Kirsten) Phlipot, Nick, Marissa and Madison Martini, Shelby and Jake Phlipot, Noah and Grace Phlipot and Heather (Shawn) Longcor; great-grandfather of Avery Jane and Claire Ryan Miller and Jett James Phlipot; dear brother of the late Harry (Doris) Phlipot Jr.; our dear brother-in-law, uncle, great-uncle and friend to many.

Services: Visitation at St. Catherine Laboure Catholic Church, 9740 Sappington Rd., (63128), Friday. June 7, 9:30 a.m. until funeral mass at 10:30 a.m. Interment Resurrection Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association. KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY Service.


4 thoughts on “Phlipot, James R.”

  1. So sorry to hear about the loss of you father. He was always a kind gentle sole. May you happy memories help carry you threw this time. Remember he will ALWAYS be with you.💞

  2. I remember Jim from our Essex Industries days together. Even though he was an officer and I was a newbie, he was always approachable, helpful and easy to talk to. In those days, that level of access was rarely seen and therefore, treasured greatly when it was given. I thought so much more highly of him because of the way he treated me. He was a kind and caring man and thus, he will be missed.

  3. Jim retired just as I was beginning my time at Essex.
    Luckey for me he was only semi-retired, so I was still able to lean on him for advice.
    We also took some lively business trips together that I will never forget.
    Jim and I were from the same parish, and he was a legend their as he was at Essex.
    He and my old boss at MacAir John Capellupo were good friends an integral part of making St. Catheren Laboure scouting one of the best in Mo.
    I’m sure all while discussing what new projects could be sent Essex way.
    RIP Jim,

  4. It is with deep sadness that we learned of the death of Jim. Jim and Marilyn were our close friends for over 50 years, both socially and in business. Jim was a fine gentleman, a gifted engineer and a wonderful friend. Please accept our condolences to the entire Phlipot family. Jim will be missed. All our love. Dale and Gene Corn


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