PRIEST, Philip Arthur “Phil”

19/05/1960 – 23/06/2023, aged 63 years.

Loving Husband of Debbie, Father of Jeremy, Christopher & Benjamin, Father in law of Emily. Loved Son of Arthur & Pat Priest, Brother to Margy, Gary, Julie, Jenny, Michael and Jo. Uncle to Adam, Kath, Matt, Candice, Steph, Stephen, Kya, Indiana and Charlie. Great Uncle to Talia, Blake, Chloe and Lucas.

We have all laughed with, learned from, leaned on and loved Phil and he will leave us with the very best of memories that we will cherish forever.

You are welcome to join us in celebrating Phil’s life to be held at the Mt Alexander Golf Club, 54 Wimble Street, Castlemaine on Sunday, 2nd July 2023 commencing at 1.30PM. To view this Service via Livestream, please visit:

11 Comments on “PRIEST, Philip Arthur “Phil”

  1. Shocked and saddened to see Phil has passed away. Have great memories of sharing a badminton court with him, always many laughs had.
    Deepest condolences to Debbie and the boys and the rest of the family.

  2. Deepest Sympathy to Deb and the Family on the passing of Phil.
    A top bloke who loved his family and his sports. Happy memories of competing on the Badminton and Tennis courts with and against Phil.
    Gone to soon.
    Marty and Lynne Jenkins.

  3. Condolences to Debbie and families, Phil was always a joy to be around on golf days he will be sadly missed, sorry to hear of the news and the battle he had he was one fine bloke for a Collingwood supporter.
    Rip m8

  4. Great memories of the times spent with Phil Deb and the boys growing up with our boys playing football and camping together at the Murray river
    A wonderful man a fellow Collingwood supporter
    Go pies win it this year for Phil

  5. Sympathy to Deb and family on the sad passing of Phil.
    Helen and Glenn BUTTERWORTH. Mildura

  6. shocked to hear of the passing of phill deepest sympathy to debbie and family our thoughts are with you ian and shirley frye

  7. My sincere sympathy to Debbie and family and extended families,
    on the passing of Phillip, a loving husband, father and grandfather.
    My thoughts are with you at this sad time.
    Pleasant memories shared on and off the golf course.
    Brian Cornish.

  8. Happy memories of winning on the badminton court with Phil and just as often competing against him. Always fun.
    Love to Deb and the family.
    Kerry xox

  9. To Deb and family wonderful memories of a great workmate and fellow golfer and top friend. We will always remember your smile and the good times.
    Love to Deb and family
    Go pies

  10. Much love to Debbie and family,,,also the close knit extended family, ,What a wonderful special person Phillip was, ,a top friend, ,a wonderful role model,, giving us much joy over the years ,,our thoughts are with you all at this sad time. ,
    Much. Love from the Devereaux.

  11. I am so saddened to hear of Phils passing. He was a great bloke and great work colleague in the Quality department at Flowserve.
    Thoughts are with all the family at this sad time.

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