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1960 Phillip 2020

Phillip Janoe

July 18, 1960 — June 15, 2020

Peacefully, at his home in Bandera, and surrounded by love, Phillip Janoe was welcomed home by Jesus. While the grief of this profound loss weighs heavily on our family, we find peace in knowing he has been made whole and we will get to wrap our arms around him again. He was a beloved husband, father, brother, papa, and friend, but was known by most as simply "Pa". \r\n\r\nOn Easter Sunday 2020, Phillip was re-diagnosed with brain cancer. \r\n\r\nPhillip is survived by his wife of 33 years, Nancy Janoe; daughters: Christi Keller, Emily Stuebben , and Faleigh Agonis; son in laws: JD Keller, Thomas Stuebben, and Matt Agonis; grand babies: Brody Keller, Ava Keller, Maci Stuebben, Hadlee Stuebben, and Burke Agonis; brother: Mike Janoe; and sisters: Cindy Wheeler and Paula Watts. He is remembered by many more relatives, and friends who became family. Phillip never met a stranger. He is preceded in death by his parents, Tom Janoe and Judie Janoe, and nephew, Doug Hand. \r\n\r\nPhillip was raised in Schertz, Texas. He graduated from Samuel Clemens High School in 1978 and worked his way up to become Vice President of Janoe Kenworth Trucks, in San Antonio. He also owned an oil company, and a boat and RV storage in Cibolo. His greatest accomplishment though, was the family he created. He was passionate about many things, but woodworking was one of his greatest gifts. \r\n\r\nPhillip enjoyed the simpler things in life. Those who knew him likely spent time at the ranch in Pandale or at their property in Bandera. He was loved by anyone who knew him; it was truly effortless. His child-like spirit and sense of humor was magnetic. He was very honest and loyal, and he found the most joy in making others laugh. \r\n\r\nA memorial to celebrate the life of Phillip has been rescheduled for October 25th from 4-7pm. Please note the new time. \r\n\r\nA pastor will lead the service, followed by time for family and friends to come up and share memories. Everyone who knew Phillip most certainly has a few stories, and we can't wait to hear them all. Food and fellowship will follow. \r\n\r\nDress is casual and the evening will be primarily outdoors. Masks covering both mouth and nose are required to be worn. Sanitizer and space to socially distance (on over 6 acres) will be available. Please refrain from close contact and hugging. \r\n\r\nPlease share with family and friends of Phillip's. \r\n\r\nLocation: \r\nGardens at Old Town Helotes \r\n15060 Antonio Dr\r\nHelotes, TX 78023\r\nUnited States\r\n

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