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Phyllis likes to help people with talent and/or a skill set to become noticed by companies or even by their current employer to help them move up. If you are searching for a better job, a promotion, or a means for your talents to be noticed by scouts, Phyllis is your girl.
Phyllis was the youngest of three girls in her family. She is the girl in the far right of the photo. The girls lost their mother to cancer just a year before this photo was taken of her with her sisters, her father, and her grandmother. The grandmother helped raise her and her sisters while the father kept food on their plates. It was a struggle for a while, but they managed, and they became an even closer family than they were before the girls' mother passed away.
Gerald is her father in the photo, and Charlotte is her grandmother standing next to him. Her sisters were Cynthia and Meredith. Meredith is the one in the middle.
Phyllis was the only survivor of a car crash they were all in together shortly after this photo was taken. She said after watching her life review, she doesn't know how she survived that crash. The car looked like a pancake, she said. Her sister Cynthia did not die on the scene, but later died in the hospital the same day.
She is attached to this photo because it has all of her family, aside from her mother in the photo. There is a photo of her mother in an attic somewhere that she also likes, and she is going to try to sway the family member who has this photo to get it into the hands of someone who will care for her mother. She would love to get that photo together with this one, and that is her ultimate goal. For now though, she just wants someone to pay attention to her while she cares for them in the ways that she can.
Phyllis's birthday was September 9, 1960, and her DOD was August 4, 1966. She did not die in the car crash, but the crash created other issues for her that ultimately lead to her death. She would not elaborate on this much more than that.
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Phyllis likes peanut butter, crackers, pineapples, pears, chicken and apples as food offerings. Other things she enjoys include whistles, flutes, bells, and Christmas decorations.