Phyllis Jean McClellan
McClellan, Phyllis Jean, 83, Born May 20, 1936 in Johnstown. She entered into Heaven's Gates on July 10, 2019. Daughter of Robert A. and Sarah E. (Ressler) Brett. Preceded in death by parents, second husband Victor Grant McClellan, Sisters, Ida M. Brett, and Cora Patricia (Brett)Kelly; Brothers Robert A. , Raymond D. and James E. Brett; Granddaughter Melissa J. (Heider) Lingafelt Survived by the Father of her children Thomas C. Heider Sr.; Son Thomas C. Heider Jr. married to former Connie Canary, Zanesville, Ohio; Son Barry R. Heider married to former Kimberly Carosi, Johnstown; Daughter Patricia A. (Heider) Lee husband Daniel Lee, Windber; Also survived by Grandchildren; Sarah Grace(Heider) Chong, husband Harvey Chong, Steven Heider, Amanda Lee, and fiancee Richard Larson; Great grandchildren; Eleanor & Evan Chong, Kaitlynn & Tyler Lingafelt, Eric Wagner, Hailey & Katrina Kirkpatrick; Also loving nieces and nephews, step children and step grandchildren, Sister-in-law Ann Brett, San Diego, Calif. She loved Jesus and was a long time member of Greater Johnstown Christian Fellowship she helped to start the food pantry ministry with her best friend the late SueAnn Matolyak, She volunteered at Windber Hospice and was a caregiver for the elderly. She had a big heart and smile and will be alive in our hearts forever We Love you and will miss you...In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of Phyllis to the Greater Johnstown Christian Fellowship. There will be no public viewing a private interment and Memorial service to follow at a later date. Arrangements in care of Simple Alternatives, Inc., Affordable Cremation & Sensible Funeral Care. Condolences may be made at SimpleAlternativeCares.com
Published on July 11, 2019

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