Phillip Lee Weathers, age 55, of Meriden, passed away on March 2, 2018 at the Hospital of Central Connecticut in New Britain. Phillip was born in Meriden on May 26, 1962, a son of Elizabeth (Williams) Weathers and the late Phillip Weathers. A resident of Meriden all of his life, Phillip was a US Marine Corps veteran. He was employed at TI Automotive for 18 years. He is survived by his mother Elizabeth Weathers and children; daughters, Chevelle Shelton and Lavoce Weathers, and his son Torey Weathers, all of Meriden; his companion Yolanda Smith of Meriden; grandchildren, Aniya and Nas’ir Flores and Xilette Rose; sisters, Linda Williams (Wayne) of Meriden, Sylvia Weathers of Meriden, and Dorothy Weathers (Rico Simmons) of Florida; and his brother Jerome Weathers of Danbury, along with a host of nieces, nephews, and friends. He also leaves behind two especially devoted friends, Philip Crosby and Andre Douglas. He enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren and sharing jokes with his friends and family. Phillip always was the life of the party and he will truly be missed by all who knew him. Due to weather, friends may now visit with his family at BEECHER & BENNETT - FLATOW FUNERAL HOME on FRIDAY, March 9th from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM with a Scripture Reading at 12:30. Burial with Military Honors will follow at the State of Connecticut Veteran's Cemetery, 317 Bow Lane, Middletown.

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  1. Dear Weathers family, we are so sorry to hear about your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.

  2. Hello Linda, I am so sorry to hear of your brother passing, my prayers are with you and the family during this time of loss. Be blessed.

  3. I am so lost for words..Lee was a good man and also like a father to some of us who befriended his children I’ve knew Lee along time being friends (family) to his daughter Lavoce …..he was definitely the life of the party and he will truly be missed …my condolences to out to the Family….

  4. I will all ways look at you as a BIG BROTHER, We laugh together and you ALWAYS looked out when I was a child. Rest on peace bro love you man.

  5. Lee is like a part of our family. He will truly be missed. He was always the same no matter where you seen him. He loved life & was always smiling & joking. That’s how I will always remember him. Rest in peace my friend.

  6. Lee was a friend of my mother Tammy, which is how I met him, in my mid-20s, also know his sisters, nieces & nephew from my mother, growing up, so I hae been kinda close to know him & them as well & consider them all to be relatively like family. Sad to hear ofnhis passing. My prayers & condolences go out to his family.

  7. Linda sending my condolences to you and your family at this time praying for comfort strength and healing God Bless each and everyone

  8. My Condolences And Prayers that God Give you All The Comfort And Peace At This Time..Keeping you All In Prayer.

  9. My condolences to Phil’s (Lee) family, to my cousin Chavelle Wanda and I send our love. May God bless and keep you.

  10. My condolences to your family. I used to have a lot of laughs with Lee in The Mill’s back in the day. Rest In Paradise Lee I’ll see you later.

  11. My sincerest condolences go out to the Weathers family may our lord comfort you in your time of sorrow. Rest In Peace dear friend.

  12. My sincerest condolences to the Weathers family. Lee wasn’t family by blood but to my Uncle Andre he was still his brother. My thoughts and prayers are with your family, may you find comfort in the Lord through your loss.

  13. RIP Lee you will be missed. Will remember all the fun times at Walbro that we had working together. Soar with the angels now.

  14. Sending my condolences to the Weathers family and may you rest in peace. Being around you was always a blast and you always made everyone feel like they were at home…R.I.P.

  15. Since I was 14 yrs old we’d been friends…safe to say I WILL MISS YOU…but I know you’re ok…as we always said to each other when we parted….see ya when I see ya.. Until then SIP my dear sweet friend….

  16. To the family of Phillip my condelences and prayers goes out to you all. GOD bless him he will be truly missed. Valda Felton & Family

  17. To The Weathers’ Family, May the God of Peace comfort, sustain and uphold you during this time of sorrow. May you find solace in knowing that many are praying for you and weep with you. My sincerest condolences to you all.

  18. I’m so sorry for your loss Lee will be missed. I loved working with him at Walbro for many years he always made me laugh. He was such a nice guy. Rip my friend Lee.

  19. My condolences to the family. Lee was an beautiful person. Always respectful and kind to others. RIP Lee. God Bless.

  20. My deep condolences for Phil’s loved ones. He was a good man and I enjoyed working with him at TI. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

  21. Omg I’m so hurt. Phillip and I worked together at Masoniccare. He always advised me and we became friends instantly. I remember how proud he was that he was clean and how he felt great. Always positive and uplifting. I will truly miss him the world has lost a great man.

  22. R.I.P LEE MAY GOD COMFORT THE FAMILY NOT ONLY IN THIS TIME Lee always had a smile on his face he will be missed much love for the family TWANDA AND FAMILY

  23. So sorry to hear of Lee’s passing. The Ramos family sends our condolences to his family. Mills Forever

  24. May your friends and family have prayers for healing. Fond memories that I will keep close to my heart. R.I.P my friend

  25. My condolences to the Weather’s Family. A. Son/ brother/Uncle/ and friend will truly be miss. But his Spirit will always be with us. Rest Lee

  26. My condolences to the Weather’s Family. Phillip our memories growing up and going to school together will always be cherished. You will be missed in many people’s hearts.

  27. Our condolences to the Phillips family. May the Lord ease thier pain during these times of sorrow. Lee was a great gentleman. Hector and Sarah Cardona

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