Phillip F. Losordo
1984 ∼ 2016
Phillip F. Losordo, of Hanover, Massachusetts, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, December 30, 2016; he was 32 years old. Phillip was an automotive and marine detailer and a jack of all trades.
Phillip was the beloved son of Phillip and Patricia (Sullivan) Losordo of Hanover. Phillip is survived by his wife, Jessica (Joubert) Losordo and their 2 children, Sam, age 8, and Jane, age 2, all of Whitman. Phil will also be dearly missed by his sisters Kristin Losordo, brother-in-law Ray Pariseau of Falmouth, Abby Losordo of Quincy, Leigh Losordo of Falmouth, Rachel Losordo and brother-in-law Peter Cappadona of Quincy. Phillip was the loving uncle of Liliana, Kien, and Lauren Pariseau. He is also survived by many loving aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
Phillip loved all things outdoors. He was an avid fisherman and hunter. In the winter, he loved taking trips to New Hampshire and Maine to snowmobile. He was passionate about anything with a motor and he was just as good at breaking them as he was fixing them. He loved diesel trucks and was a die-hard Cummins man. Phil was happiest behind the helm of a boat or on a motorcycle on the open road, as he liked to call it, with his “knees in the breeze.” He also enjoyed quiet walks through the woods where he said he always felt most at home. Phil loved country music and dancing with his kids to his favorite songs. He was a firm believer that a man didn’t have to be from the South to be a Redneck; much to his wife’s chagrin, he wore a pair Chippewa boots to his own wedding. Phil also loved spending time with his son and daughter and could often be found on a warm summer night with blankets spread out on a flat roof laying down with them pointing out all the constellations. He also loved taking camping trips with his family to remote locations, or as he called it, “real camping.” Phil had a true love for life and lived with no fear. And there was never a man who loved a good steak as well as Phil.
Phil’s smile could light up a room; his charm and wit could make anyone love him. In any situation, Phil would fit right in and make friends with all who met him. Many who knew Phil would say of him, “Phil is the type of guy who would give you the shirt off his back.” Phil’s young life was taken far too soon and he will be dearly missed by all who knew him, especially his son and daughter, in whom his life and legacy will live on for years to come.
Friends and family are invited to pay their respects at Chapman, Cole & Gleason Funeral Home at 475 Main Street in Falmouth, Massachusetts on Wednesday, January 4th from 3 PM to 7 PM. A funeral Mass will be held at Saint Anthony’s Catholic Church at 167 East Falmouth Highway, East Falmouth, Massachusetts, at 10 AM on Thursday, January 5th, followed by burial in the St. Anthony cemetery.