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Phillip Raymond Crackel

February 15, 1957 - October 8, 2020

Service Date October 26, 2020

Church Behrens Wilson Funeral Home Facebook Page

A memorial service will be live streamed at Behrens Wilson Funeral Home Facebook on Monday, October 26 at 10:30 a.m., with Pastor Kelly Patterson officiating. Burial will be at Ree Heights at a later date.

Posted by:
Sandra Wood

Posted on:
October 21, 2020

What a "gentle giant" Phil was! Wherever he showed up, the atmosphere changed! He always carried his Bible, but better yet, he had Gods Word chiseled on the tablet of his heart! He will be greatly missed!

Posted by:
Kristie Pequette

Posted on:
October 21, 2020

I am sorry to hear of Phil's passing. We shared many holiday meals together as well as worshipping together at Trinity Lutheran. I appreciated his kind eyes and his easy-going manner. He will make heaven a richer place for the rest of us. Much love to those he left behind.

Posted by:
Sandy Sivertsen Garrett

Posted on:
October 19, 2020

Dear Patty, My condolences to you on the passing of another dear brother. I was saddened to hear that he had to battle cancer. I’m holding you, and Bob & family close in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by:
larry & fran bauer

Posted on:
October 17, 2020

I first met Phil in September, 1975. He was one of my students at the South Dakota School of Mines. He was a very good student. After graduating with a chemical engineering degree, we would see him frequently around town and always at church. He became a friend of our family and would visit our home at least once a month. He was almost "family". We will miss him.

Posted by:
Tammy Booze

Posted on:
October 14, 2020

I'm so sorry to hear that Phil has passed away. He was so kind and caring and made a point to talk to me and make me feel welcomed when I started my Junior year in Miller High School. I'm glad he is no longer suffering and he's in God's hands.

Posted by:
Jack Stoddard

Posted on:
October 14, 2020

Phil was a classmate of mine in Miller during our elementary and junior high years. I admired him and befriended him for his intellect. Though I have not seen him since the occasional high school encounter, I have thought of him many times over the years. This is the effect good people have on you, you never forget them. I wish I could have had more moments with him, but I thank God for those I was given. I will think of him from time to time for the rest of my life. May God welcome him into his arms.
 
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