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Nancy J Philips obituary 1947~2022


Nancy J Philips, 75, of Gettysburg, PA died Sunday morning, November 20, 2022 at The Gardens of Gettysburg.

Nancy J Philips
Nancy J Philips

Born February 14, 1947 in Gettysburg, PA she was the daughter of the late Clinton and Ethel (Overholtzer) Weikert. She was the wife of Robert Philips, of Gettysburg, to whom she was married to for 28 years.

Mrs. Philips worked for a number of years at Tommy’s Pizza and then later retired from Dal-Tile where she was a dot mounter. She was a member of the Gettysburg Moose and enjoyed playing bingo.

In addition to her husband, Nancy is survived by her two daughters, Deb Souders and her husband Carl, of Carlisle, PA, Teresa Santay and her husband Chris, of Biglerville, PA, five grandchildren, five step-grandchildren, five great grandchildren, 10 step-great grandchildren, and her two brothers, Jim Weikert, of Gettysburg, PA and Larry Weikert and his wife Renee, of Gettysburg, PA.

She was preceded in death by her daughter, Stephanie Lynch, and her three brothers, Howard Weikert, Kenneth Weikert, and Rickie Weikert.

Funeral services, being handled by the Monahan Funeral Home, will be private and at the convenience of the family.

Online condolences may be made at the funeral home’s website.



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