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Wilma May Phillips

Wilma May Phillips, 84, passed away January 17, 2012, at E. Dene Moore Care Center in Rifle.Wilma was born to Emmett A. and Lula E. (Skinner) Main on May 6, 1927, in Garden City, Kansas. She graduated from Union High School in Rifle, Colorado. She loved the great outdoors, fishing, camping, hunting, snowmobiling, etc. She was an avid gardener, with beautiful flower gardens wherever she lived.Wilma was fortunate in life to have had three husbands who were the loves of her life.James (Jim) Louthan, Loyal (Hap) Rainbolt, and Francis Phillips; all three preceded her in death, along with her parents; sister Doris Dell; brother Robert Main; and niece Brenda.Wilma is survived by her stepchildren Hap (Debbie) Rainbolt, Kay Chadd, Vickie Frazier, Kathy (Kevin) Runia, Tony (Jaci) Phillips, Laura (Mark) Snyder; brother Emmett (Jan) Main; nieces & nephews Joy (Tim), Michael (Jerri), David (Lorrie), Rory (Debbie), Tammie (Ron); foster-daughter Dixie and her family; and many, many more relatives. Wilma will be missed greatly and loved forever.Visitation is scheduled for Friday, January 20, 12:00 – 1:30; Funeral Services at 2:00.Interment will follow immediately at Rose Hill Cemetery in Rifle.Online condolences at RifleFuneralHome.com

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