Obituary for Allie Virginia Stark (Phillips)

TWIN FALLS — Allie Virginia (Lois) Stark passed away on March 6, 2006, at the Magic Valley Regional Medical Center.

Lois was born in Lindsey, Okla., on Dec. 22, 1934, to Vernon Lee and Susie O. Faulkner Phillips. She was the second oldest of five siblings. She spent her childhood in Oklahoma and California. Lois married Jack Reynolds in 1951, but their life together was cut short when she lost Jack, their unborn child and her mother in an automobile accident. In 1954, Lois married Jack Kennedy and lived in California until their marriage ended in divorce 13 years later. Lois later married Wayne Stark and was instantly blessed with three daughters. They lived in Idaho and Missouri, where they farmed for several years. After losing Wayne to a battle with cancer in 1993, she relocated to Grandview, Idaho, and later to Twin Falls so she could be closer to her daughters. Lois fully enjoyed being with family and friends and loved to work on jigsaw and crossword puzzles, crocheting and playing cards. She especially loved her doll collection and continued to add to it up until the time of her death.

Lois was preceded in death by both parents; her husband, Wayne; sisters, Geneva Nell Carr, Patricia Carrick and Genet Naquin; and brother, Vernon Lee Phillips. Lois is survived by her daughters, Connie (Don) Kirk and Kathy Jones, both of Twin Falls, and Debbie (Bob) McKissen of Center Ridge, Ark.; 15 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

Lois will be greatly missed by all her family and friends.

A celebration of Lois’ life will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 11, 2006, at Reynolds Funeral Chapel, 2466 Addison Ave. E. in Twin Falls. A time of viewing will take place from 9 a.m. until the time of the service at Reynolds Funeral Chapel. Lois will be laid to rest next to her husband, Wayne at Pleasant Ridge Cemetery in Princeton, Mo., the following week. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials be given in Lois’ name to a charity of your choice. Contributions may be given to funeral chapel staff or mailed to Reynolds Funeral Chapel, P.O. Box 1142, Twin Falls, ID 83303.

(Allie Virginia Stark (Phillips) was my aunt)

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Obituary for Genet Phillips Naquin

Genet Phillips Naquin, 59, a native of Weed, Calif., and resident of Texas City, Texas, died Friday, May 28, 1999.

Funeral services were scheduled for 2:30 p.m. today at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Houma, with interment in the church cemetery.

She is survived by her husband, Roland J. Naquin Sr. of Galveston, Texas; two sons, Roland Naquin Jr. of Houma, and Rene Naquin of Orange, Texas; three daughters, Sybil Williams of Texarkana, Texas, Mrs. Jeff (Francine) Miller of Houma, and Mrs. Darrell (Gwen) Loga of Bootsville; one brother, Vernon Phillips of Ogden, Utah; two sisters, Annie Lois Stark of Idaho and Patricia
Carrick of Ripon, Calif.; 13 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Vernon and Sussie Faulkner Phillips; and one sister, Geneva Nell Carr of Neuman, Calif.

Obituary for Franklin Baron Phillips 

Published in Spring Valley – Saturday, Feb. 11, 1911

Phillips, Franklin Baron – Franklin Baron Phillips died at his home near Spring Valley. Deceased was a native of North Carolina and was in his 77th year.

Mr. Phillips was an early settler in North-West Arkansas and was one of her prosperous and most respected citizens.

Seven children and wife are left to mourn the loss of a father and husband while the community deplore the removal from its midst of a valuable citizen, neighbor and friend.

The bereaved family have the sympathy of all in this hour of sorrow.

(Franklin Baron Phillips was my 2nd great grandfather)

The Phillips Family

I was born a Phillips, so my connection to the Phillips surname is pretty strong.

I’ve currently traced the family back to the 1740s in Surry, Virginia.

The family lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and California.

My father lived in California for the first half of his life and then moved to Utah.

There are several members of the Phillips family that are veterans. They include:

  • Vernon Lee Benton Phillips – Korean War
  • Thomas Phillips – Revolutionary War

The direct ancestors I know:

  • Vernon Lee Benton Phillips (Father)
  • Vernon Benton Phillips (Grandfather)
  • Amos William Phillips (Great Grandfather)
  • Franklin Barron Phillips (2nd Great Grandfather)
  • Barham Phillips (3rd Great Grandfather)
  • Francis Holt Phillips (4th Great Grandfather)
  • Thomas Phillips (5th Great Grandfather)

Other members of the Phillips family: