The death occurred, surrounded by the love of her family, at Algonquin Grace Hospice Huntsville on Thursday, June 6, 2013, of Phyllis Wild of Huntsville.
Beloved wife, canoe racing partner, cheerleeder and fan of Bob Wild.
Dear mother of Ted, Robb and the late Patti. Loving grandmother of Laura Wild and her soon-to-be husband Nathan Zimmer, Bill Mitchell-Wild and his wife Brandy, Dylan and Carlye Wild.
Friends are invited to gather at Blackburn’s Steakhouse, 7 John Street, Huntsville on Friday, June 21, 2013 from 1 to 3 p.m. to share memories of Phyllis.
In lieu of flowers, donations to Algonquin Grace Hospice Huntsville or the Huntsville Hospital Foundation, would be appreciated.
“Keep on Paddlin”
Very sorry to hear of your loss. We can never be prepared to loose a loved one.Doug
I am so very sorry to hear that Phyllis has passed on. I always enjoyed seeing her at canoe races and I admired her greatly. Sincere condolences to Bob and family.
Phyllis was a great example of the running the race of life with gusto! She is inspirational.
Dale & Jim
Jim and I were saddened to hear of Phyllis’s death. She was a lovely and inspirational lady. We loved to read about her achievements and adventures with Bob. Our deepest condolences.
Chris and Debbie Knobelsdorf
Thinking of your family during this time, our condolences
Don & Liz Jamieson
Don & I are so sorry to hear of Phyllis passing. Always enjoyed visiting with her atEaton’s and enjoyed her zest for life also we have followed your marathons, etc. and enjoyed hearing about them. Don & Liz
Sorry to hear of your loss,Bob. You are in our thaoughts and prayers. Rick
The Wild Family
I will dearly miss Phyllis at the gym she was a rock and inspiration to me, motivating me on with all my work outs. Phyllis I will miss you.
You were always “Ms Personality””. It was my distinct pleasure to have known you”
Bob & family…I am so very sorry to learn of Phyllis’s passing. She was an inspiration to so many people that had the pleasure to know her.. My sincerest condolences to you all.
Phyllis…you will be missed by so many loved ones. You were an inspiration to me and I respected your zest for life and your positive attitude. We will do a zumba dance for you!Mary Spring
Shelley, John, Sarah, Heidi Cowan
Phyllis…you are deeply missed by all of us. We found ourselves so fortunate to move next door to such a wonderful “paddling team””. We will miss your enthusiasm
She was a wonderful Mother & Sister.She raised me from infanthood until she was married.A fun person to be around. Very Positive. If she was handed a bunch of lemmons she would make lemonade. She was a Great Sports Enthusiast & I have always thought that is whereI got my enthusiasm for sports. Love you PHYLLIS & always have.Wendy