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Phillip James Flemming

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1944 – 2013

Phillip James Flemming, Age 68, of Alliston, Ontario, passed away on May 25, 2013.
A Visitation for those that wish to pay their respects will take place in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island from 2-5 pm on Friday May 31, 2013, at the Hennessey Cutcliffe Charlottetown Funeral Home followed by a burial ceremony and a reception for those that can attend.
Family visitation will be held at 2-4 at W John Thomson Funeral Home in Alliston, Ontario on Tuesday May 28, 2013 with friends and neighbours welcome at a second visitation at 7-9.
There will be a memorial service organized by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers at a time to be announced.
Phil was born in Halifax on September 14, 1944.
Phil survived Ethel Smith Flemming who passed away in June, 2004.
Phil was also married to Loretta Flemming on March 17, 2006; they were married 7 years.
Phil worked for the IBEW for 43 years and became District Vice President of Canada in August, 2005. Phil held a prominent career where he developed great friendships and garnered respect and accolades throughout it.
Phil enjoyed Golfing, Boating but most of all laughing with friends and family.
Phil is survived by his wife Loretta Flemming, his sons Darren Flemming and Jeff Flemming, his step daughters Holly Clark and Chelsea Clark-Martin, his grandchildren Holly Flemming and Summer Flemming and his brother Clarey Flemming along with many other friends and family.
Phil is preceded in death by his wife Ethel Flemming and his sister Joan Redmond.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be given to the Heart and Stroke Foundation in his name. The family wishes to thank everyone for their well wishes.
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1 Terry Crawley { 05.30.13 at 11:02 pm }

I was saddened to learn of Phil’s passing today. It was an honour to work with him in serving the members of the IBEW in Canada. My condolences go out to Phil’s family and his IBEW family. My thoughts and prayers are with them.


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