Mr. Phillip Andrew Liase

October 21, 2013

Mr. Phillip Andrew Liase (Click on photos to enlarge)A man who loved deeply and celebrated life fully.Phillip Andrew Liase celebrated life from April 15, 1973 until Monday morning, October 21, 2013. Phillip also known as Phil, Doc, and Mr. Niice leaves a legacy of generosity, charity and the spirit of entrepreneurship. Phillip’s love was genuine, with the unique ability to make those around him feel special.Phil lived life to the fullest. He was an avid golfer and international traveler enjoying the scenic golf courses in Asia, Europe, Central and South America, many islands in the Pacific and Caribbean. Phil also left a strong heritage of success as the owner and founder of successful businesses, touching countless lives in Houston, San Francisco Bay, Atlanta, Dallas and abroad.Phillip, the only son of Thomas and Betty Liase, was a native of Longview, Texas.He began his education at Happiness Hill Preschool and then attended Hudson PEP Elementary, Judson Middle School, and graduated from Longview High School in 1991 and received degrees in Chemistry and Biology from Prairie View A&M University in 1996.Phillip was preceded in death by his loving father Thomas and is survived by his mother, Betty Sentell; sister Pamela Liase Fuller, nephew Jourdan Moore, girlfriend, Ashtene Pratchett and “man’s best friend”, Marco.Phillip’s final farewell, will be Saturday, October 26, 2013 at 3:00 P.M. at Memorial Oaks Funeral Home, 13001 Katy Fwy, Houston, TX 77079,(281)497-2210 with Rev. H. C. Rockmore officiating. Burial will follow at Memorial Oaks Cemetery. Visitation will be Friday, October 25, from 7-9 P.M. at the funeral home.  Local arrangements are by Victory Funeral Services of Kilgore, Texas.Mr. Liase’s guestbook can be signed here and at .
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