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Stephen Phil Dwyer

Stephen P. “Phil” Dwyer

Phil Dwyer, 85, of Granby passed away February 24, 2019 peacefully at home surrounded by loved ones.

Phil was born February 9, 1934 in Trenton, NJ to Stephen & Kathryn Dwyer.

Phil was retired as an Administrator for the NJ Department of Corrections and as Human Resources Administrator at The Inn at SilverCreek and C Lazy U Ranch.

He spent his life traveling the world with his wife, Jude. An avid photographer, he enjoyed singing “Irish” songs and spending time with family and friends.

Phil is survived by his wife Judith A. “Jude” of Granby, CO; son Christopher and daughter in law Tina Dwyer of Florence, NJ; daughter Kathleen Masotti and son in law Kenneth Masotti of Weston, MA; sister Barbara Wood of Hamilton, NJ; grandchildren Philip and Stephen Dwyer, Ian and Courtney Masotti  and several nieces and nephews.

He is predeceased by his brothers Paul and Daniel Dwyer.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Phil’s name to the YVMCF (Jan Bishop Cancer Center, PO Box 883415 Steamboat Springs, CO 80488) or to Grand County Pet Pals, (PO) Box 1972 Granby, CO 80446).

The family would like to express enormous gratitude to the staff of Northwest Colorado Health for outstanding care and compassion extended to Phil and his family.

Memorial services to be determined.
 


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Guestbook

Jude, please accept my late condolence on Phil's passing.  So sad for you,  but remembered good times on our trips together.  May you find peace in those memories. God bless and keep you.

Linda Mumola Swinford May 3 2019 12:00 AM

Jude our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family at this time. Phil lived a great life and will be remembered.
The Foshas at Drowsy Water

Ken Fosha Mar 12 2019 12:00 AM

I had a lot of fun with Phil over the years that I knew him always had a smile he even made me some Irish soda bread so I would know what it was really suppose to taste like , he gave it to me in a brown paper bag an we made a joke that it looked like illegal deal going on.  That was the kind of fun we had . Jude had her hands full but they were the best for each other. You are in my prayers .

Ronnie James Mar 7 2019 12:00 AM

Sincerest condolences to Phil's family.  We were sorry to hear of his passing.

Gene & Nancy Covey Mar 1 2019 12:00 AM