In Celebration of

Douglas Philp

October 14, 1931 -  November 16, 2022

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Doug Philp, beloved husband, wonderful father, loving grandpa, on Wednesday November 16, 2022, at Trillium Health Partners Hospital in Mississauga.

Doug passed peacefully and is now in the company of his wife, Jackie (predeceased 2020), son, Greg (predeceased 2014) along with many other family members.

Doug is survived by his children Doug Philp (Kingston) and Marti Philp (Toronto), grandchildren Kyla Couturier (Philp) and husband Denis Couturier (Belleville), Maegan Philp and husband Nick Leblanc (Provost), Evan Loates (Toronto), Ben Loates (Toronto).

Doug graduated from Woodsworth College, U of T, in 1959 and was an active supporter of the UTAA for many years, later serving as president of U of T's Senior Alumni Association. Doug enjoyed a fulfilling business career in data processing and sales and served as President of the Data Processing Management Association (DPMA) for several years.

As busy as Doug was in his career, he managed a work/life balance that always allowed for family, friends, recreation, travel and, of course, his beloved Toronto Maple Leafs.

He is missed beyond measure and will remain in our hearts forever.

Friends may call at the Turner & Porter Yorke Chapel, 2357 Bloor St. W., at Windermere, east of the Jane Subway, on Sunday November 27, 2022 from 2-5pm.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to local chapters of the Alzheimer's Society.


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Lila Mae Watson (Friend)

Entered November 23, 2022 from Whtby

I am a friend from the days when Doug and Jackie worked at IBM. I've been Jackie's friend from High School. Regrettably, we go our separate ways and lose contact. I did attend a reunion of friends at their home almost sixty years ago. Jackie and Doug would have known me by my nickname, Louie/Lou.

I was saddened to read that Jackie passed away in 2020 and their son in 2014. I lost my husband in 2021. I extend my sincere condolences to the entire Philp family. You have lost three very special people.


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