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The online guestbook for Philip Liverant

Posted on March 14, 2014
Posted by: Harold & Fay Woltag
From: Colchester CT

Message: Sorry to hear about your loss our deepest sympathy to the family. Harold & Fay Woltag


Posted on March 14, 2014
Posted by: Diana Kornacki-Lasch
From: Scotland CT

Message: My deepest sympathy to all of Phil's family.Phil and I always had a nice chat each week when I worked for Eldridge Auction Gallery, or when our paths crossed at the many antique shows we attended. I will truly miss this "Gentleman", his words of wisdom,and occasional joke! Rest peacefully.....


Posted on March 14, 2014
Posted by: Randall Stack
From: Wallingford CT

Message: Mr. Liverent, Thank you for your interest and support of Ancient Fife and Drum Corps. I join you in being proud of the Colchester Continentals.


Posted on March 14, 2014
Posted by: ANNAMARIE CWIKLA
From: COLCHESTER CT

Message: I HAD MET MR. LIVERANT YEARS AGO AND JUST RECENTLY I HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO MEET HIM AGAIN. THIS TIME HE WINKED AT ME AND SMILED. HE SAID I WAS VERY TALKATIVE BECAUSE I WAS TRYING TO KEEP HIM AWAKE WHILE I DID MY JOB. HE WAS SO KIND AND HAD BEAUTIFUL EYES. I WILL ASSUME HE WILL BE SADLY MISSED. FOR A 90 YEAR OLD MAN, HE HAD A WONDERFUL ATTITUDE AND IS NOW AT PEACE.


Posted on March 15, 2014
Posted by: Janet Tedesco
From: Burlington CT

Message: My beloved mother and Phil first established their friendship during their joint years at Mary A.Callen School in Bristol,CT. Phil taught science. My mom was the school secretary.A group of Callen staff gave my mom an antique spinning wheel upon my birth,which we can rest assured:Phil selected!I always teased Phil that he literally knew me before I was born!Fast forward many years to my married life.My husband Fred and I were passionate antique collectors and dealers.Traveling all over New England and beyond,our paths would often cross with Phil's.My husband and Phil hit it off immediately! Phil would enjoy hearing about Fred's experiences as a CT.State Trooper, and be quick to hit us with his arsenal of jokes;some of which would "make a sailor blush".Phil had beautiful twinkling eyes that would light up not only his endearing face, but the very space around him.After Phil could no longer do the shows he had enthusiastically done for such a great part of his life,those same shows seemed to have lost something.Indeed they had; they had lost Phil and his vibrant energy.We hold fond memories of Phil. Especially one day in particular,when success was reached in getting Phil to our home for a delicious homemade lunch and a nice visit.He had been promising for years that he would eventually get here,and he did!Our deepest sympathy to Robyn,Roger,Paige(whom he was so charmed with and loved very much!)and the rest of Phil's family.Phil was a terrific man,blessed with an absolute wealth of knowledge in many diverse subjects. May he always rest in peace.Our deepest condolences, Fred and Janet Tedesco


Posted on March 15, 2014
Posted by: Shirline Andrews
From: Forestville CT

Message: Not only was Phil my 8th grade school teacher at Mary A. Callen School, we were also very good friends. My son Dan and I assisted him with several antique shows over the years. He was a delightful man I will miss him, his humor and his very positive attitude.


Posted on March 13, 2014
Posted by: Elaine Kaufmann
From: W/ Hartford, CT

Message: Dear Pearl and family, I am so sorry to learn about your brother's passing. May his memory be for a blessing. Elaine Kaufmann


Posted on March 14, 2014
Posted by: Leon Shedroff
From: JSan Dioego CA

Message: We were classmates from 1930 t0 1942. Phil was a good friend.


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