Phillippee, Howard Lee – Obituary

Howard Lee Phillippe, 77, of 1102 S. 11th St. died Saturday night [March 31, 1984] at the Mahaska Manor Nursing Home. He was born Sept. 18, 1906 at Fremont, the son of Asa and Carrie Lawson Phillippe. He was married to Carmen Wood at Newton on June 5, 1933. He retired in September of 1973 after working for 33 years for the Iowa Department of Transportation. He served as the Mahaska County foreman for the commission since 1959 and had been a maintenance man prior to that.

He was a member of the First Christian Church, a past Woshipful Master of Council Masonic Lodge No. 644, a past Worthy Patron of Vega Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star, a member of the Harrold White Shrine of Jerusalem, the Pella Dutchmasters Antique Auto Club, and the Mahaska County Historical Society.

He is survived by his wife Carmen of Oskaloosa; his daughter, Mrs. LaVerne (Sandra Lee) Stewart of Oskaloosa; two grandsons, and five sisters; Mrs. Vesta Linsley and Mrs. Marie Linsley, both of Hedrick, Mrs. Floy Perkins of Oskaloosa; Mrs. Merle Hoffman of Fremont, and Mrs. Faye Simmons of Nebraska.

Oskaloosa Herald, April 2, 1984
Contributed by: Shelli Steedman



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