In Memory

Philip James Mattalino, Jr. - Class Of 1972

Obituary for Philip Mattalino

Philip James Mattalino, Jr, 60, was born August 27,1953 in Houston, Texas, passed away June 7, 2014 in Austin, Texas. Philip graduated from Westchester High school in 1972. Upon graduation he was employed by the Glastron Boat Co., in Austin, Texas. He owned a printing business in Austin and later worked for Halliburton. Phillip was preceded in death by his father, Phillip Mattalino Sr., and step father Warren C. Switzer, Jr.
 
He is survived by his daughter; Margherita (Maggie) and her mother Sharon Law Mattalino, his parents; Ursula P. Rader and William L Rader, his brothers; Michael J. Mattalino and Warren C. Switzer, III., Michael’s daughter Michelle Hongschmidt and her son Archer, step brothers Bill Rader , Charles Rader and his wife Lorraine; aunt and uncle Aubreu and Joanne Passafuma. Philip also has several cousins, other relatives and many close friends in the Houston area.
All lovingly remember Philip as a kind and gentle person. He will be greatly missed by all of those fortunate to have known him.
Pallbearers: Michael Mattalino, Warren Switzer, Skip Murphy, Bruce Fincher, Steve Carter and Terry Brooks
 
Visitation will be from 1:00 – 2:00 P.M. Thursday, June 12, 2014 with the funeral service to follow at 2:00 P.M. Services will be held at Woodlawn Funeral Home. Interment will be at Woodlawn Garden of Memories. 
 
 
 
 
 



 
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06/10/14 01:59 PM #1    

Michael Gerard Hogge (1972)

Phil & I were classmates in our senior class of 1972...much more than that though, he was also a friend and there were times when we hung out together. His was a gentle soul ~ my sincere and heartfelt condolences and prayers go out to his family, loved ones and friends. Phil will definitely be missed!

03/09/15 02:19 PM #2    

Gary Douglas Hunt (1972)

When I think if Phil in high school I think of a very good guy who always had a smile on his face.


03/10/15 10:44 AM #3    

Candace Hibbard (Lillie) (1972)

Phil was perhaps the most enthusiastic supporter of a recent art project I had undertaken. In dedicating the work to Phil Mattalino's memory, I am sure Phil would want to encourage more people to dream big and go for their goals. It is a great sadness to me that Phil did not see the project finished. HIs encouragement throughout the planning process was a real boost daily and weekly. His passing is a tremendous loss. I miss his cheerful, positive comments. ...cannot thank him enough...


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