Betty Fay Phillips

June 25, 1945 - August 27, 2010
Betty Fay Phillips

Betty Fay Phillips

Betty Fay Phillips of Supply died Friday, August 27, 2010, at her residence.

She was born in Wallace, NC, on June 25, 1945, the daughter of the late Dennie and Oaler (James) Buzzard and was preceded in death by her husband, William Phillips Jr., a son, Kevin Sullivan, and a daughter, Regina Sullivan.

Surviving are two sons, Wayne Sullivan and wife Ann of Jacksonville, NC, and Michael Sullivan of Supply, NC, three daughters, Renee McClain and husband Mark of Oak Island, NC, Angela Bailey and husband Burt of Southport, NC, Josette Phillips and Jamie of Shallotte, NC, also ten grandchildren, Jessie, Jeffrey, Alex, Amber, Jacob, Amanda, Madison, Avery, Aydn, and Abella and a great grandson, Kevin William.

Friends and family will gather to celebrate her life 6 PM Friday, September 3, 2010, at her residence.

A service of Village Road Memorial Chapel, Leland, NC.


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  • August 30, 2010
    jeffrey sullivan says:
    thank you soo much for every thing you every done for me mamaw.you will never be forgotten.i love you unconditionally.

  • August 30, 2010
    GAYL-ANN PENNY says:
    Angie, I am so sorry for your loss. I know she was suffering and is now in a much better place. You know how much I love you, and am there for you if you need anything! My prayers are with both you and your family. Much love, Gayl Penny

  • September 02, 2010
    Krystak Wooten Clemmons says:
    Renee, Alex, Jeff, Amber...I am soo sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful person & lived a long life. I know words cannot ease the pain but as time marches on, your pain will lessen. Remember all of the good times you shared with her & know she is watching over you in a better place.

  • September 02, 2010
    Mr. & Mrs Jeff Register says:
    The life of this saint will ever live on... amen.

  • September 03, 2010
    Marion E. Holden says:
    Suddenly we realize there isn't anymore "see you later". But then begins the healing power that time conceals, which can cause our pain to blossom into precious memories,and soon, we can smile again.