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Philip Youden Stagg

June 17, 1962 – January 21, 2021

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Ian Mcchesney wrote on May 18, 2021
he was a great friend to many people i know he a great friend to me he will always be with me when i ride my motorcycle on many more trip that i wish he would be around for
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Bernice lidstone( Cluney) wrote on April 15, 2021
Knew your dad years ago in our teenage years, have many fond memories of him, can’t believe he’s gone . Lost touch many years ago , but will always remember that smile. .... my deepest condolences.
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Rick Greschner wrote on February 19, 2021
I watched Phil's celebration of life just now.   You all did a great job of helping those of us who didn't know Phil so well, to remember him as the guy who made life so much more fun when we were around him.   No one could tell a story like Phil.   I can still see his dog, Jack, riding Tickle Me Elmo all over the house and being way too embarrassed when he got caught. 
That night in Nelson at the Royal with Phil on the drums was a classic.  Phil was a star and anyone riding with Phil was a minor celebrity.    The hard core local bikers at the end of the night telling us "You ride a hard cage" was the greatest compliment they could give any guy wimpy enough to have a windshield on his bike.

You ride a hard cage buddy. You will be missed.
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Dan Foley wrote on February 15, 2021
Phillip I will miss the many funny stories you shared, you were always up to have fun and had a great love of music and I must say many times I lived vicariously through you. I hope when you closed your eyes for the last time a hand came out to take you around another time. I give my condolences to your family as I am sure they miss you immensely. RIP.
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Chuck Price wrote on February 14, 2021
My deepest condolences to the Stagg family and friends.
Thank you for the heartwarming Tribute.
There is a hole in the world now that can only be partially filled with the fond memories of the life that you brought to everyone you touched. I am proud to say that I can count myself as one of the lucky ones to have known you. Rest in Peace Phil
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Don Youden wrote on February 14, 2021
Such a remarkable tribute to my nephew Philip. Unfortunately my only memories of Philip were as a young lad as I had already gone on to university when he was born. But I do remember a certain sparkle to him which certainly grew as he went on in life. So I really appreciate this tribute because it gave me a chance to get to know my nephew and what a wonderful man he turned out to be. Of course I wasn’t surprised at that. Also nice to see his kids and offer my sincere condolences on your father’s passing on behalf of my wife Penny, daughter Teisha and son Kyle. May he have everlasting peace.
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Ronan Murray wrote on February 14, 2021
I will always remember how much fun Phil was to be around. He will be fondly remembered by the many lives he has touched. Phil was a selfless person who often put others before himself, he loved people.

Beautiful tribute to a great guy!
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Dean and Tammy Pollock wrote on February 14, 2021
That was an amazing tribute to your Dad. Everything from the memories of friends that mirrored our own fun times with Phil to the sparkle in his eye in every photo with his kids, you captured his jovial spirit and love of life and family.
Our favorite memory is of us going to Las Vegas with Phil and Therza, where we got to see the Eagles live and rent Harleys to ride through the desert. We would never have had that memory without Phil and will always be grateful for those good times. That is how we will remember him.
There are no words to comfort you kids and his family at this time other than to know with absolute certainty that you were his world, and his pride in you was unmatched. We are also equally certain that he is still with you in spirit, watching and cheering you on from above, of course, still bursting with pride.
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Blossom Halliday wrote on February 14, 2021
This is a beautiful tribute to Phil. I too have had the pleasure of being apart of Phil's life for a short time. It was in 1986, in Grande Prairie, he came to visit 3 Newfie girls living and working there, from the same town as he was in Newfoundland. All I remember is that we all had fun, and he was a good person. Eventually he moved to Grande Prairie and we became good friends. We lost touch when we moved back home but his memory will always be with me. Condolences to his family and friends and may he Rest in Peace.
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Penny Hamer wrote on February 14, 2021
Phil was such a joy to be around. We have so many wonderful memories. Our hearts go out to the Stagg family. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
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Claudia Tersigni (Stagg) wrote on February 14, 2021
So very well done! He was always my “cool” big cousin growing up and you captured that in this video💝. He really was a great guy and will be missed by many. Sending love and deep condolences to you all♥️♥️♥️
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Karen Moore wrote on February 14, 2021
Such a beautiful tribute to Philip. Thank you to his family and friends for sharing this most touching walk through his life. My sincerest sympathies to his children and grandson, to Geoff, Bud and Mark and his sweetest Mom, Phyllis. May the wonderful memories you’ve shared here today bring you comfort in the weeks and months to come. Rest In Peace Philip❤️
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Frances Youden Spracklin wrote on February 13, 2021
Condolences to his family and friends, this was a beautiful tribute. may he R.I.P.
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Merle Rowley wrote on February 13, 2021
What a beautiful tribute to Phil. My sincerest condolences to the Stagg families. His memory & love for all will live on.
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Karen Barnes wrote on February 13, 2021
What an absolutely beautiful tribute to your father. Some of the pics brought back wonderful memories of when we were kids. Condolences to his children and his family and friends. I missed Phil on his last trip to NL but so loved chatting with him on Facebook. He was such a proud father and grandfather. RIP Philip.
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Lori Youden wrote on February 13, 2021
What a beautiful tribute to Phil. My deepest sympathies to Aunt Phyllis and the Stagg family. ❤️
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Sharon Chapman wrote on February 13, 2021
This was a beautiful tribute to Philip. It brought back memories of growing up. He has touched so many people. Thinking of you Aunt Phyllis, Jeff, Bud, Mark and his children, Ciara, Sydney and Mitch, who I only got to know through the many pictures he posted on Facebook. He was such a proud dad ❤️
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Corey Nelson wrote on February 13, 2021
I am so grateful to have been friends with Phil , he was such a kind , funny ,passionate man who loved his life ,his family and was such a enjoyable person to share experiences with . The tribute was wonderful. Thank you for sharing .

May you Rest In Peace my friend ,I will not forget you .
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Derrick & Donna Lee wrote on February 13, 2021
RI P Phillip such a beautiful tribute condolences to his mom Aunt Phylis and all his family and friends ❤️❤️
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Brent M Borsholt wrote on February 13, 2021
Phil, you gave me a gift that no one will ever match. You allowed me into your life, your crazy whirlwind as I used to call it. But most importantly you allowed me into your heart. Your love for others especially the less fortunate was beyond compare. I saw you get hurt, but watched you bro slowly stand up every time, brush yourself off and carry on to the next. We had our good times and our not so good times. But we made it through each time together. I will never forget your strength and love for your family. You put me to shame. The love you had for so many others, even towards those that kept trying to beat you down always kept me in awe. I called those that sought your help and there were many, Randoms, but you called them friends. Lesson learned. You inspired me, You encouraged me, You taught me, You laughed with me, cried with me, hurt with me and rejoiced with me. You were my best friend, my Brother and no one will ever be able to replace you. When you passed on Phil I couldn't cry. I refused to believe that you were actually gone. I thought that I'd see you in the morning like nothing had happened, , singing away in the kitchen cooking up something special or fighting with Google Assistant. No I didn't cry,
Until today. I miss you terribly Phil, but am comforted in knowing that You're still with me in heart and spirit and one day you and I will meet again face to face. I will always cherish our memories in my heart until the day comes. Thank you so very much for everything Phil, but mostly, thank you for just being you. I love You! Take your Rest. We'll meet again.
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Patricia Corbett wrote on February 13, 2021
Dear Mitchell, Sydney and Sierra, So sorry to hear of the death of your Dad. I am a friend of your Nan , Phyllis. I met Philip and Sierra when they were home in Newfoundland last. Phyllis thought so much about him and always talked about him as she did all her sons. The tribute was lovely. I know it is a sad time for you all, but know he is with God now and may he Rest In Peace. Love to you all and God bless, Pat Corbett, St. John’s, NL
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Don and Donna Smith wrote on February 13, 2021
Fabulous tribute. Now we're having a meat and cheese tray. Lol
Cheers to you friend!
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Susan Stockley (Noseworthy) wrote on February 13, 2021
It was a beautiful tribute to Phil ❤️ It’s been a long time since I’ve seen my cousin but we did connect on Facebook and he shared his family with us through his photos. Sending my deepest condolences to my Aunt Phyllis, Phil’s children, grandson and his brothers. May he Rest In Peace
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Stewart Cook wrote on February 13, 2021
My deepest condolences to the Stagg family.
Phil was a kind soul and a good man and he will be missed. Rest easy Phil.
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Patricia Finn wrote on February 13, 2021
My deepest condolences to the Stagg family.I know his Mom Phyllis in Newfoundland and how kind and loving a person she is.Listening to his daughter speak of her Dad I can see that he was too.May he rest in peace.
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Sarah Hunka wrote on February 13, 2021
My sincerest condolences to the Stagg family.
I met Phil through his daughter Sydney. Sydney and I have been friends for 10 years. I remember watching Phil at Sydney’s wedding, walking around before the reception with the biggest smile on his face asking Sydney’s friends to name one thing they love about Sydney. You could tell how proud of her he was, listening to all the great things he already knew about his daughter. And hearing it from her friends, he knew he did something right.
Rest In Peace Phil <3
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Tammy & Dalton wrote on February 13, 2021
It’s hard to look out the window and know that you’re not there. You were a wonderful neighbor. We will miss your friendship and your yells from the garage. Ride on Phil. RIP
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Patricia Portas wrote on February 13, 2021
The one thing that resonates with me the most about my adoptive father Philip; "Pizza is an excellent meal he'd say.. its got all the food groups and dietary requirements"!!!
You were childlike in your humor, and always trying to make everyone feel good about themselves.
Thanks for everything you taught me and for the strength you have given me. Til next time... RIP Phil
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Dave MacIsaac wrote on February 13, 2021
Rip my friend. We rode thousands of miles together, shared so many good times. Friends like you are rare. I miss you being in the world.
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Loyde Tober wrote on February 12, 2021
To the Stagg family, our sincere condolences for your loss.
Phil had a unique ability to connect with people and was always up for a laugh, a joke, a funny story or anything that would put a smile on a persons face.
The world has lost another great human being and I will miss the many things that made Phil the person he was.
RIP my friend
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Don Miller wrote on February 9, 2021
RIP Phil. I shared an office with him worked with him and rode motorcycles with him. Most importantly we shared many laughs.
You will be missed Phil
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Shelley & Craig Smitten wrote on February 9, 2021
A friend/neighbour that will be missed. His conversations and out going spirit will always be remembered.
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Lenard Runzer wrote on February 8, 2021
I have many fond memories of Phil, from working with him over the last 18 years, or the motorcycle trips we did together. He had a big hart and was loved many. RIP buddy.
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cheri manning wrote on February 8, 2021
Thanks Phil for making my job enjoyable when you were around. You were always supporting me. May you rest in peace. You will be missed by so many including myself.
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Merle Rowley wrote on February 6, 2021
We’ve shared many good rides & great times together over the years. Rest In Peace Phil.
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Dallas Noble wrote on February 6, 2021
May you Rest In Peace Phil you can ride through the clouds now. The machining world lost a good one and I lost a mentor
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