Phillip Thornton Death, Obituary – We are deeply saddened to inform you of the passing of Phillip Thornton, a longtime friend of ours as well as a business partner. The news of his passing has taken us all by surprise. We have to break the news to you about this latest turn of events, and we do so with a heavy heart. At this time, we want his wife Carol and the rest of his family to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers.
We want them to know that they are in our thoughts and prayers. They should know that we are keeping them in our thoughts and prayers at this time. He took a lot of pleasure in the process of buying and selling antiques, and you could frequently find him “wheeling and dealing” in his stall over at the market on the weekends. He had a strong interest in antiques and found that the process of collecting them to be enjoyable. This interest led him to collect antiques.
He was a model of civic responsibility. When Phil passes away, the only person he will leave behind is Donna, the devoted wife he has been married to for the past four decades. She is the only person he will ever have in his life. In addition, Phil is survived by his daughter Patti, who is also his only child, as well as by Chris, Patti’s husband, and the couple’s two grandchildren.
Patti is Phil’s only child and the only child he ever had. Patti is Phil’s sole offspring from a previous relationship, and she is his only child. Phil has arrived at the conclusion that he wants his body to be cremated, and he does not want any memorial services to be held in his honor. He also does not want any of his belongings to be buried with him. Additionally, he does not want his ashes to be dispersed in any way. Instead of sending flowers, the family would appreciate it if you would consider making a donation to the Bowling Green-Warren County Humane Society, if that is something they would like. Your generosity is something that will be very much appreciated.