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Carol Sue Phillips
December 28, 1943 ~ February 15, 2023 (age 79) 79 Years Old
Carol Sue Phillips departed this life and earned her wings to glory on Wednesday, February 15, 2023
Carol Sue affectionately known as Aunt T was born on October 28, 1943 in Bainbridge, Georgia to the late Andrew and Classie Phillips. Carol received her early education in the public school systems in Bainbridge, where she graduated from Hutto High School before relocating to Wilmington, Delaware.
Carol Sue developed polio at an early age, however, she never let it prevent her from enjoying her life. After relocating to Wilmington, Carol Sue decided to further her education and enrolled in Delaware Technical and Community College where she received her degree in Human Services. Carol Sue worked as a Peer Counselor for the Delaware Adolescent Program, which provided services to underage expectant mothers. She later went to work for JP Morgan Chase Bank as an Accounts Manager and she was recognized as Disabled Employee of the year, as well as several Employee of the Month rewards.
Carol Sue loved God. For many years, she was a devoted church member of the Friendship Baptist Church. She was the former personal secretary for the churche’s former Pastor the Reverend Ivan B. Hewitt, deceased, and a member of the senior choir.
Carol Sue loved to travel, especially back to her birth state of Georgia to visit her family and friends until her health would not allow her to.
Carol Sue was preceded in death by her parents, Andrew and Classie Phillips, her twin sons, David and Damien Phillips, her Aunt whom raised her after her mother passed away, Arilla “Aunt Bea” Foster, her sister and brother-in-law Ossie Mae and William E. English and brother Andrew L. Brown, Sr.
She leaves to cherish her life and memory, 1 devoted brother, Jessie L. Phillips; 2 devoted sisters-in-laws, Dr. Frances Brown and Jacinta Phillips of Maryland; 1 devoted niece and goddaughter, Jacqueline D. English; 4 devoted nieces, Meraline, Charlene and Cheryl English of Wilmington, Delaware and Martha Lisa Ward of Maryland; 2 devoted nephews, Tyrone Brown of Middletown, Delaware and Andrew L. Brown, Jr. of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; a devoted great-nephew and great-niece, Brian English of Wilmington, Delaware and Taneice English of Newark, Delaware, devoted cousins, Deacon John A. Brown of Maryland, Gloria Harper of New Castle, Delaware, Johnnie Mae Livingston of Georgia, and Rudolph Bell of Newark, Delaware; 2 devoted friends, Sandra Coleman and Carolyn Butler all of Wilmington, Delaware and several other nieces, cousins and friends.