Philip Henry Crotts
Sep 24, 1949Sep 24, 2018
CROTTS, Philip Henry, of Chester, passed away unexpectedly at home on Sept. 24, 2018 on his 69th birthday. He is survived by his loving wife of almost 50 years, Patricia; 4 children, Philip, Stephen, Cindi, and Tricia; daughter-in-law Melinda; 17 grandkids; a sister, Ginger; and a wonderful aunt Shirley. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Tracy. A memorial service or celebration of his life will be announced at a later date.
Love you more then you will ever know. You have always been a loving father to me. A amazing father to Stephen and The best granddaddy our kids could ask for. We will see you in heaven.
Love and miss you heaven got one of the good guys , you had a tender soul miss your smile
Than you Babe for all your all you gave me. You could have picked any kids in the world and you chose me and Cindi. I will always remember the countless days on the ballfield. I remember you being so happy coaching not just me but all your Enon girls. You were loved by so many and will be miss by all. I will cherish the time u walked me down the aisle when I said how proud I was of me. I love you Pops. See u in heaven one day!! I LOVE YOU
Pat, Iâ€™m so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the kids.
Butch and Pat have always been there for me, even when I was messing up. Butch always made me feel loved. He was the brother I could wish for. I will miss him dearly and I cherish all the memories I have of and with him. He was a good man all around and I find some peace knowing he is in heaven. I love you Butch!
I worked with Phil at Providence Elementary for many years. We always enjoyed talking about our kids and life. He loved his kids and Pat with everything he had. He was one of a kind and the world could use a few more Phil Crotts! He was always willing to do anything he could to help anyone at school-great man and I know he will be missed greatly!!
I worked at Providence Elementary School with Phil. He was such a sweet man who would do anything for anybody. So sorry to hear of his passing. Praying for all of you during this difficult time.
To the Crotts family,I had the pleasure of working with Phil at Providence Elementary for 12 years, and this news has made me so sad! Phil was one of the most kind hearted folks a person could ever meet. He went out of his way to help everyone he came in contact with- even made me a “puppy box” when my dog was expecting. Thank you for sharing him with us, I am so sorry for your loss!Jimi
Great man. He was always straight with me and I always looked up to him. If I can be half the man he was I would be happy. See you soon butch,Michael.
Grandeddy I love and miss you! I know you,mama,uncle Phil, and now candycane are up there keeping watch on the rest of us. You were the absolute best man I’ve ever met and I hope I amount to half the man you were.