After 58 years of marriage, Cindy and Phil were still very much in love. They lead a full life living in three countries, working in five businesses and travelling the world. Returning to Toronto in later years, we were blessed to have them back home. He adored to be home with all of his family. Phil literally was still doing business to his dying day. He had an active mind and kind heart. He was a force to be reckoned with; he liked things his way. We will miss him. Beloved husband of Cindy Rothman. Dear father and father-in-law of Ian and Marilyn Rothman, Karen Mack and Stan Cohen, Cary and Lupita Rothman, Aviva Rothman-Wielinga and Frank Wielinga, and Marcelle Hibbits. Devoted grandfather and great grandfather of Adam and Veronica, Ryan and Rebecca, Jeremy and Samantha, Jesse, Ximena and Ross, Claudia and Eddie, Daniela, Rachel and Brent, Chana, Elisha and Natalie, Miriam, Christopher and Jen, Ryan; Harley, Sadie, Ava, Addison, and William. Survived by his brothers Morris and Kay, Eddie and the late Barbara, Allan and Anna, and predeceased by brothers the late Willie and the late Ruth, the late Jack and Hedda. Also survived by his many nieces and nephews. Memorial donations in Philip’s memory may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society 1-888-939-3333 or the United Jewish Appeal 416-631-5685.
Interment at Pardes Chaim Cemetery 11818 Bathurst Street, Vaughan, ON.
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