Phillip Neri

Phillip Neri

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On February 14, 2017, Phillip D. Neri, 52, of St. Louis, MO, passed away after his battle with pancreatic cancer. Phillip was born and raised in Newark, NJ. An avid baseball player and Yankee fan, he moved to Missouri to attend college on a baseball scholarship. He was a devoted father to Malary Neri of St. Louis, MO, and a passionate coach for Malary’s basketball team through her school years. Phillip was the proud grandfather to his little angels, Zoey and Aubree; Beloved son of Phillip J. Neri of Nutley, NJ and Patricia Giordano of Jackson, NJ. He was a loving brother to Barbara Huliaris, Gina Neri (spouse Michael Jankin), Patricia Faiola, Teri Bucci (spouse Jimmy Bucci) and Tami Neri and cherished uncle to Joseph, Anthony and Vincent Faiola and Mikey Jankin. Phillip was loved and will be greatly missed by many aunts, uncles, cousins and lifelong friends.

The family would like to express their sincere gratitude to the Dufour family of Directory Publishing Solutions, of which Phillip worked as a CPA for many years, for their loving support and generosity during this most difficult time. Their friendship made all the difference in his life and will never be forgotten.

In lieu of flowers please send donations to the American Cancer Society.

Service: Memorial visitation, Friday, February 17, 2017 from 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at St Louis Cremation Chapel, 2135 Chouteau Ave, St Louis, MO 63103.

 

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  1. Shannon Cain says:

    Our hearts go out to you all. From all the stories and getting to spend a little time with Phil-you could see he loved his family very much…you have been blessed to have had him in your lives….his will live on in your hearts forever.
    Shannon

  2. Connie Tocco Woemmel says:

    Hey Mel , I never met your dad but I no you and he had to be pretty awesome to raise you. Thinking of you and your family!

  3. Margie Gayle Edwards says:

    Connie, Malary, and Family,

    My deepest sympathy on your loss. May family, friends, prayers, and time help you during your most difficult times.

    Love,
    (Aunt) Margie Gayle (Shelton) Edwards

  4. Denise Faiola says:

    My Deepest condolences to the Neri’s and their extended family. My prayes are for all of you in this sad time of loss. R.I.H.Phil!

    Paul, Denise, Pauly, Corey and Kendall Faiola

  5. Barry Seymore says:

    To my brother, friend, frat brother and NJ homeboy you will be missed by all of the other Missouri Valley College frat brothers and family this has taken all of us by surprise because we didn’t know you were ill, but we all Loved you all the same. I would like to extend my condolences to Ms. Neri in NJ off 2nd Ave, his loving wife and daughter and his other family members. RIP MY BROTHER YOU WILL ALWAYS BE MISSED…

  6. Nicole Glunk says:

    My dearest Friend & Family,
    With a heavy heart, I send my deepest condocondolences to you. I had the pleasure to be part of your family & Philips for most of my life. A true Blessing for me, although he moved he was so close at heart to all of you. A wonderful man devoted to all of his family. He will be greatly missed. He is set free. He may have lost the battle but he is a true hero & fighter.
    He now is an angel.forever in our hearts.
    I love all of you. I’m so sorry.

  7. Charles Barbiere says:

    There are no words to describe how much of an impact losing phil is going to have on my life …he was my brother …my friend…in the true sence of what a friend and brother should be…a true family man that loved his family tremedously and would do anything for them., for 40 years he was a constant part of my life…from growing up in Newark….to his moving to st louis he never let a little thing like a thousand miles get in the way of anything….so many of the best memories i have of growing up are filled with his image and will be with me forever. He walked through life at the beat of his own drum…and when faced with death he did not waver ..his resolve was steadfast and courageous. ..a mans man by anyones standards and a true inspiration for us all. Rest in peace my brother…you have touched many lives in your 52 years and we are all better people for having known you.

  8. Joseph F. Neri Sr. says:

    I Love you Cuz!

    see you in Heaven!!!!!

    Joey!