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Phillip D "Phil " Wallstead  



Phillip D "Phil " Wallstead born Birth: Jun. 19, 1922 Ludington Mason County Michigan, USA Death: Mar. 14, 2002 Warsaw Kosciusko County Indiana Burial: South Pleasant Methodist Church Cemetery North Manchester Wabash County Indiana son of E. V./F. W. Wallstead of Traverse City, Mi

Phil married 1st Josephine Jane "Jane" Rector Birth 30 Nov 1927 in Culver, Marshall County Indiana Death 24 Feb 1992 in Flagstaff, Coconino County, Arizona married 23 Mar 1947 Marshall county Indiana . Their marriage ended in divorce and after relocating to Arizona in 1969 , she met and married her second husband, Thomas Melvin Stevens. They eventually made Flagstaff, Arizona their home and remained there until their deathsdaughter of Steffen N Rector and Josephine Jane Bigley They had:

    Steffanie "Jill" Wallstead married -- Greer Adam Kent Greer (1975-1975 Phillip Kent "Chip" Wallstead married Pamela Jean Luddington


Phill married 2nd 11 Aug 1962 Indianapolis, Marion county Indiana Nyla Joan (Drudge) Knoerzer (Mrs. Herman Knoerzer) Birth: 31 Mar 1925 - Syracuse Kosciusko Indiana Death: 2 Nov 1987 - Warsaw, Kosciusko, Indiana Burial: South Pleasant Methodist Church Cemetery North Manchester Wabash County Indiana daughter of Arthur Delbert Drudge and Christina Elizabeth Ulrey
    Mrs. Joan Knoerzer and Phil Wallstead Speak Wedding Vows

    Phil D. Wallstead and Mrs. Joan Knoerzer exchanged wedding vows in a double-ring cermony Saturday afernoon at the Wesley Methodist Church in Indianapoluis with Rev. Kendall E. Sands officiating.

    The birde chose to wear an off-white street length dress with brown and gold brocade, three-quarter sleves, and a scoop neckline. She wore white accessories including a picture hat, and an orchid corsage centered with a miniature bride and groom.

    Attending the bridal couple were Mr. and Mrs. C. Art Bennett of Culver. Mrs. Bennett wore a coral street lenght dress, white accessories, and a carnation corsage.

    A bridal supper was enjoyed at a Logansport restaurant following the ceremonty.

    After a Michigan honeymoon the newly weds will reside at Royte 1 Box 2 Culver. - 15 Aug 1962 - Citizen







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