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hi i'm lyrical grand daughter of Phillip m. i really miss him alot i didn't even get to tell him goodbye. he just left. the doctors couldn't do much more but they got him that far and i bless them for their helping hands . i think about him every day . i talk to him every night and ask him how it going. i asked him to hold my hand on the first day of junior high so i wouldn't be scared. and i wasn't . maybe he was there. maybe hes looking down on us now. Memory poem , You walked in to my life, But just like that, You walked back out, Still you will be a memory, A memory that I have created in my mind, Still you will be a memory, A memory that will always be locked, Away in my heart and my mind, I will always have a memory of you in my heart, And I will always carry that picture of you in my mind, Still you will be a memory,
From: lyrical    08/14/2011 02:11 PM

Nancy & Jamie, The service for Phil was beautiful and the tributes and huge number of family and friends attending spoke highly of Phil and all of you. I wish I could have known Phip better but always knew he was a special husband to you and father to Jamie. The few times I visited with him at family events always left me feeling that he was a truly caring and wonderful person who loved adventure. I always appreciated the care you and Aunt Sarah gave to my own mother and dad and wanted you to know that you are special in my heart. I know that Jamie will soon give you a special little one to hold and love.
From: Linda (Head) Voyles    12/13/2010 10:29 AM

Dear Nancy, Jamie, and Misty, What a wonderful husband and father Phil was! I never really knew Phil until Nancy and I began working together the year Jamie started kindergarten. From Nancy's stories, I became acquainted with a man with a big heart full of love for his family and with an extraordinary mind--always wanting to learn more about the world around him. What memories you made together--from The Blue Lagoon to Colorado Christmas ski trips with hot chocolate and wassail to New Braunfels river floats (including little dog, Brody) to the family reunion with Jamie and Marcus in Germany. What exciting scuba dives Phil got to make as his work took him to places with deep water and exotic fish. I remember how Phil's eyes always lit up when he talked to Connor about airplanes and flying and faraway places. That last evening in Phil's hospital room, Nancy and I discussed how he most likely was trying to figure out how to take that hospital bed apart and redesign it. In fact, when he heard Nancy say the word "motor", he started talking--probably explaining how it worked! Phil lived life to its fullest and leaves this legacy for you daughters and your children--LIVE, LOVE, LAUGH and LEARN. May your memories of Phil comfort you all. Love, Vergie Dotson
From: Vergie Dotson    12/11/2010 11:51 AM

Dear Nancy and Jamie, Many hearts are broken with the loss of Phil, but I do cherish a fond memory and it always brings a smile. When he was a junior, I taught him English and he taught me to wash chickens! I really thought he was teasing, especially about adding a bit of bluing to the rinse water--all until Laura raised chickens for the Fair. Sooo, remembering Phil's instructions, with a bit of a grin, we washed chickens and added bluing to the rinse water. I hope this fond memory will bring you a smile. Lovingly, Clara Malak
From: Clara Malak    12/11/2010 08:32 AM

To the McMullen Family, I was sadden to hear of Phillips passing , I was a classmate of Phillip and had often come home on vacations and wondered of him. He lived only .50 miles away from the home I grew up in. There have been many fun memories of him and other classmates. He will surely be missed. Keith Ward
From: Keith Ward    12/10/2010 05:53 PM

Nancy amd family, I am so sorry for the loss of your husband Phillip. May our Lord give you peace and comfort during this time. May He send many to support and love on your family. Blessings, Debbie
From: Debbie Schulz Wilson    12/10/2010 09:17 AM

Dear Nancy and Jamie, I was just asking Trish how ya'll were doing while shopping yesterday.When we got out to the car,Ashley called us with the news. My heart and prayers go out to your family.If there is anything that we can do for you or the girls?Please let us know! Sincerly,Ronny&Trish McSwain
From: Ronny&Trish McSwain    12/09/2010 11:54 AM

To the McMullen Family, We are so sorry for your loss of Phillip... first your dad and now Phillip so soon after. My husband and Phillip went to New Waverly schools together and Don has so many wonderful memories of them growing up together. Phillip was supposed to be the best man in our wedding but he just had to get married the same weekend! In fact, just the weekend before the wedding, we were out "wrapping" houses on Halloween...many good memories! Gone too soon! Please know that your family is in our thoughts and prayers. Donald & Jamie Brinegar
From: Donald & Jamie Brinegar    12/09/2010 10:32 AM


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