Phillip L. Endacott
Graveside Services for Phillip L. Endacott, 79, Topeka will be held at 10:00 a.m. Thursday, July 17, 2014 at Stony Point Cemetery in Baldwin City. He died Thursday, July 10, 2014.
Phillip was born September 22, 1934 in Lawrence the son of James A Endacott, Sr. and Irene (Erikson) Endacott.
Phillip served his country in the U.S. Army during the Korean War as a Spec. 3.
He received his BS in Business in 1960 from the University of Kansas.
He worked for the University of Kansas in the Physical Plant Department for 14 years until he retired in 1994.
He was a member of the Trinity Lutheran Church and the Acacia Lodge #9 AF&AM Masonic Lodge in Lawrence.
He married Janice M. Holmquist on October 9, 1959 in Lawrence. She preceded him in death September 28, 2009.
Survivors include two sons Paul Endacott, Lance E. Endacott, both of Lawrence; and one grandchild; Matthew L. Endacott.
The family suggests memorial in his name to the Stony Point Cemetery Association and may be sent in care of the mortuary.
So sorry to hear about your loss. I know it is painful when a parent passes away. May God’s peace, strength, and comfort be with you during this time.
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. It doesn’t seem right that we just saw you with him on June 29 and now he is gone. Our prayers and sympathies are with you at this time.
Paul and Lance, I am so sorry for your loss. I have fond memories of your folks as you were growing up being friends of my sons, John and Scott. May our Lord comfort you both at this sad time.
All our thoughts and prayers are with you Lance and your brother and Matt. We know your dad is in a great place right now probably up there enjoying good times and smiling at you and your brother and Matt so make sure to give a look up now and then and smile back!
We love you and are here for you remember that!
I am so sorry I missed the graveside service. I was with family in Colorado. My memories of Phil date back to Junior High and having fun with he and Ann Clifton. Later found out he was a wonderful dancer in high school and could take you all over the dance floor. I ran into them in LA when they were there and Janice at the Hallmark shop on Rodeo Drive. When I think of Phil, I smile as all memories are happy ones. My blessings to his two sons as I know that one gave up his career to take care of Phil and Janice. Thank you from Phil I know. With sincere sympathy, Gretchen (Zimmerman) Gerig