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Philip Davis

DAVIS Philip Bernard Phil passed away peacefully at home on 10th February 2019 after a short illness, aged 58. Beloved husband of Theresa, devoted father of Ellie and Izzy. Phil is resting at James Summers Funeralcare, Lavernock Road, Penarth, CF64 5UP until his funeral on Tuesday 26th February at 12.45pm at St Joseph's Church, Wordsworth Avenue, Penarth CF64 2RL followed by the committal at Cardiff and Glamorgan Crematorium, Port Road East, Barry, CF62 9PX. Family Flowers only, donations if so desired can be made to Pancreatic Cancer UK, 6th Floor Westminster Tower, 3 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7SP The family requests a splash of colour be worn at the funeral to celebrate the life of a wonderful family man, loyal friend and dedicated teacher.



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  • joanna sullivansays...

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    Phil you were a lovely gentleman and will be missed by all that knew you. Rip xx
  • Lindsey Doyle says...

    Phil, being taught by you for 7 years at St Albans was my absolute privilege. You were a natural teacher: engaging, funny and unfailingly kind and supportive; always praising the effort, even if the finished result needed some work! It says a lot that - when managing the teacher collections after A Levels - some teachers had enough for a nice box of chocolates, whereas I had enough donated for you by our class of 7 skint 18 year olds to go shopping for a decent Parker pen. I still have fond memories of us gathering to give you that gift, and of seeing you speechless for the first time in 7 years! I'm glad I managed to thank you for the support and inspiration you gave to me and I truly hope you know how much you were valued by all lucky enough to have called you their teacher. I can't begin to imagine the loss your family must be feeling right now and - though I don't know them - I am thinking of and praying for Theresa and your girls; of whom you spoke so often. Thank you, sir. I'll miss you. Lindsey.
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