Philip Grosvenor, 75, of
Caldwell, died Saturday, December 5, 1992, at the
Caldwell hospital. Memorial services will take place at 2:30
p.m. Thursday, December 10, at the Free Methodist Church, 3320
S. Montana Avenue, Caldwell.
Mr. Grosvenor, son of David and Alice McCormick Grosvenor,
was born December 25, 1916, at Roswell, ID. He attended
schools and graduated there.
He married Leone Grady June 7, 1940, in Caldwell. They
lived throughout the U.S. in connection with Phil's 21 years
of service in the Air Force and later working in quality
control for TRW and Reda Pump Co. To this union was born
David Grosvenor of Mesquite, TX. Leone Grosvenor died June 14,
He married Irene McNees April 6, 1984, at Denver, CO.
They had a wonderful marriage lasting eight years and seven
months and celebrated each month's anniversary with
expressions of love and affection. Phil was an integral part
of Irene's family, which includes Ken and Mary Kay McNees,
sons Sean and Jeremy of Westminister, CO, daughters Jenneth "J.R."
and Jossalyn McNees of Los Angeles, CA, and daughter Sandy
McNees Palmer, her son Lane and Shelley Palmer, Austin, TX,
Sundae Palmer, Ft. Collins, CO, and twin daughters Casey and
Cody of Littleton. CO.
Phil was a member of the Parma Masonic Lodge No.
49, Scottish Rite Bodies, the El Korah Shrine and Motor Patrol
and the Snake River Shrine Club. He was one of the early
caravaners to the Shriners' Hospital in Salt Lake City and one
of the originators of the caravan that went to Spokane He also
belonged to Caldwell Lodge No. 1448.
Mr. Grosvenor is survived by his loving wife, Irene
Grosvenor; son David "Dee" and Nancy Grosvenor of Mesquite,
TX; brother, John Grosvenor of Cupertino, CA; grandchildren,
Gary and wife, Shirley Grosvenor of Nampa, Greg and Denise of
Mesquite, TX, and great-grandchildren, Michael, Preston
He was preceded in death by his parents and sister,
The family suggests memorials be made to the Shriners'
Hospitals for Crippled Children.