Pamela Jean Phillips

May 26 1957
Dec 26 2018
61 Years
West Caln Township

Pamela Jean Phillips, 61, of West Caln Twp., passed away on Wednesday, December 26th at her home, surrounded by her family.  She was the beloved wife of Kelly S. Phillips, with whom she shared 25 years of marriage.  

Born in Lancaster, Pamela was the daughter of the late Charlotte (Swinehart) and Charles E. Kauffman, Jr.  

Along with her husband, Pam owned and operated Phillips Sanitation, Co. She also spent several years as a teacher's aide at South Brandywine School District. She loved the kids as much as they loved her. 

She was a member of Cochranville Methodist as a youth.  Pam belonged to Sandy Hill Community Church, where she assisted with
Bible School.  

She was involved in M.A.D.D..  

Pam loved her grandson, spending time at the beach, and getting together with her family.  She was a very giving and loving person.

In addition to her husband, Pam is survived by Galen Conover, who she raised, her grandson, Greyson Conover; her sisters, Val Kauffman of Christiana and Charlene Kauffman of Oxford; Nieces Tiffany  Walker and Cassie Kauffman. And many more as well as her beloved dog, "Willy."  She is pre-deceased by niece Amy Phillips and nephew Joseph Jones. 

The memorial service will be held on Saturday, January 5th, 2019 at 11 AM at Cochranville United Methodist, 92 Church St, Cochranville, PA 19330 with a visitation prior to the service from 10 until 11 AM.  

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Community Volunteers in Medicine, and mailed to 300 Lawrence Dr., West Chester, PA 19380, or donations can be made at their website HERE.  


Love We will miss pam so much! Sincere sympathy to the family! Allow her amazing memory to remain in your heart and mind! Please Lord comfort this family and love on them in this time of loss! 


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So sorry for your loss val and family its been along time that we knrew you our parents were very good friends thinking of you 

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Thoughts and Prayers for Pam's family and friends.

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Our Loss, Heavens' Gain. Fly High sweet angel.


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Thinking of you during this difficult time.
Remember the good times you all had.
So sorry for your lost
The Burridge family

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My sincere condolences to all of you, Pam loved you so,She was an amazing woman and helped me get through alot.She will remain in my heart forever, Love and prayers to all her loved ones.

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I am sorry to hear of your loss. I will miss her so much as I'm sure we all will.  I am very grateful of the times we were able to spend together especially at the beach, laughingand enjoying ourselves with my mom!!! So happy she was able to go again at the end of October for a last memory. She fought so hard and is a very strong person.  How very lucky she is to have such a caring and wonderful husband and family.  All of you have been there for her and I know this is very hard... I am thinking of all of you. It may help if you continue to Remember all the great times you all shared with her and know that she is a special cousin to me. Love you all!

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My deepest sympathies to her husband, family and friends. I will always remember her kindness. She had the sweet, quiet nature of her mother, and the quick sense of humor of her dad. She was loved by many and will be dearly missed.

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Our love and prayers go out to Pam’s family. Pam was an angel here on earth and now she is another heavenly angel who will be watching over her family.our Deepest Sympathy to you all !



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TO Celebrate Pam’s life

Although Pam’s body is no longer with us, Her spirit and memory will remain with us for the rest of our life’s.

The way we SEE each other can be very different. 

I Believe PAM could SEE the GOOD in different things!, in the people She LOVED!. In the ones she would interacted with.  

Pam made a point to interact Because she CARED!

For having a SMALL body Pam had a BIG HEART she could FORGIVE the worst in others and had the wisdom and understanding that they may be struggling with their own Demons or Hardships. She would show COMPASSION instead of ANGER! 

I Believe Pam’s Soul was STRONG with Her FAITH IN GOD, she left it be KNOWN and would SHARE it with others. Pam was for sure a GIVER! 


If you could write a STORY on Pam’s life it could have a MILLION pages. It would be of a little ANGEL that was KIND, LOVING and a Heart of GOLD!  


 The STORY would not end because we just can’t say enough about how much we LOVE and will Miss her!

Go Rest on that mountain Pam! 

CHILL with the one’s that went before you, YOUR MOM, YOUR DAD, OUR MOM, DEB, and others that went before You.

A angel on earth, now  a ANGEL in HEAVEN. Go ahead and spread them wings and during the sunsets and there’s a breeze ill know your just flying a little low to check on us!

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our thoughts and prayers are with you. Knowing she is in the arms of Jesus gives us comfort! Love, holly and Donn kirk

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