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Phyllis M. Closson was born to Dixie and Earnest on November 16, 1938 in Fayette County, Ohio. She was raised on a farm as one of seven children and attended school through the ninth grade. Phyllis moved to Tacoma, Washington in 1968 and spent the remainder of her years here, raising five children (Daniel, Dixie, Donna, Debra, and Darren). A significant portion of her working life was spent waitressing at local establishments including The Tacoma Club and Marilyn’s Restaurant. She took a part-time job working in a craft shop after retiring from the food service industry retiring from the craft shop 5-years ago.
Phyllis loved doing cooking, crafts, yard work and outside holiday displays. Folks would come from all over to see her yard during Halloween and Christmas because she always put out the one of the largest displays in the area. Christmas was her favorite holiday and she would spend countless hours baking and cooking then spreading the joy through gifting her masterpieces to the people she loved and cared about. She was especially known for her cookies, candy, and her macaroni and cheese. Any and all recipients of her friendship, love, and generosity will tell you that she was a very loving person.
We love you and miss you already, Mom.
Rest in Peace, Crafty Lady

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