Roxie Lynn Phillips

Date of birth: March 6 1956

Date of death: December 5 2018

Roxie Lynn Phillips, 62, of Keizer, Oregon, passed away on December 5, 2018 in McMinnville, Oregon.

She was born on March 6, 1956, to Floyd Benjamin and Thelma Josephine (Walhood) Ellingson in Bremerton, Washington.

She grew up in the Puget Sound of Washington, and the beauty of the region always had her heart. She moved to Salem, OR about 15 years ago to be closer to her family. As a young mother, she worked hard to achieve a degree at Olympic College, and become owner and accountant of her own firm, Associated Accounting, Inc. She had a witty sense of humor, and could always make you laugh. She would do anything for her family and friends, and she was well loved by all who were near and dear to her. She also loved her cats, Pretty Little Kitten and Rocket. She greatly missed her parents and friends who went before her, and her beloved dog, Junior. She especially enjoyed playing cards, games, puzzles, coloring, a good mystery/suspense book or show, and singing along to some groovy rock and roll!

Roxie is survived by her daughter, Stacie Lynn Watts; son Nathaniel Floyd Steinberger; granddaughter, Brianna Rochelle Conn; grandsons, Nickolas Nathaniel Steinberger, Zaren Wentz; sisters, Jane Davis, Vicky Persson; nephews, Gregory Greer, Jerry Greer; niece, LeeAnn Davis; cousins Joyce Knauss, Jackson Walhood and Sharilyn Emhoff. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother, Charles Ellingson; uncles Irving “Sonny” Walhood, Obie Walhood, Dutch Walhood, Reuben Walhood, Ole Walhood, Cecil Ellingson, Minor Ellingson; aunts Mable Jenson, Alice Yeasley, Joy Olson and cousin, Wayne Walhood.

A memorial service will be held Saturday, February 9th at 1 pm at The River Church 4660 Portland Rd NE, Salem, OR 97305.

Crown Memorial Center in Salem, Oregon was entrusted with arrangements.

14 tribute candles have been lit

Candle lit by Jackie Few like you walk the earth, you're in heaven now with the rest. Find peace Roxie and fly.

Candle lit by Stacie Watts I will miss your goofiness, and I am so thankful for how important it was to you to be close to us, and all of the time we've had together. I'll miss you, but you are forever in my heart.

Candle lit by Susie Flores My dearest Roxie you made a wonderful difference in my life and love you if only for the short while we were friends it was a life time of memories I will miss you greatly,

Candle lit by Staff at Crown Memorial Center Our sincere condolences.

Candle lit by Andrea Schusted Thank you for 9 amazing years of friendship. You are forever in my heart, I will NEVER forget you!

Candle lit by Kevin & stefanee Schafer She will be missed greatly and will live on through our loving memories

Candle lit by Valerie Bravo-Prerost I hope my sister is your guide, for Heaven has a new angel. I know it's painful for the ones left behind, but I've also learned that when God See's you have struggle ahead... He chooses to call you home. I love you Roxy. Until we meet again..

Candle lit by Arkina Wentz Roxanne you will be dearly missed.

Candle lit by Annie Roxie, we grew a friendship when our boys were young playing baseball.we remained friends for years after. When you moved to Oregon we didn't talk much, but jenna'e became a close friend to you and nate. Your home now and at peace. It's us that feel the loss, especially your kids and grandkids. AMEN

Candle lit by Phil Borcherding Put a Candle in the Window. Long as I can see the light.

Candle lit by Tracy Roxie, you taught me one of the most valuable things, and I still use it and try to teach it to others, "don't ask why!" "Why is not important." It has helped me to focus on what is important in life. Such simple words yet so profound. On a lighter note you were the best boss, we had some serious laughs. Miss you girl!

Candle lit by Carly I picked this candle because it stood out just like you do still in our hearts. You had a way with everything you did. I'll never forget you or the hilarious times we shared. You were amazing to my kids and I could go on and on. Andrea, you and I will forever be the 3 Amigas. And in your last days I'll never forget your attempt to dance to lady gagas poker face! I love you forever. It will NEVER be the same without you!

Candle lit by Anita Quinn Roxie, it has been so many years since I have seen you. Yet I remember clearly our crazy Junior High and High School days. You were so much fun...definitely the life of the party. Rest in Peace my friend.

Candle lit by Kris Lindstrom Fox Roxie, I remember you best from those Wednesday nights in Lutheran confirmation classes, every Wednesday night! I am sure it was your sense of humor and way to make me laugh that got me through those two years!