In loving memory of our Dad:
Philip B Young was 80 when he passed away peacefully at his home in New Albany IN on Monday, May 2, 2022. He was born on April 3, 1942 in Owensboro Ky.
Phil was loved by his family and touched so many people around him with his kindness through out his lifetime. He excelled at everything he did, from CEO operations of giant food oil companies to running his own small family business. My brother and I along with my mom, had the utmost respect for my dad. He always offered up encouragement out of his love for his family.
My dad was the founder of Creekside Outpost, together with my mom they started their journey 33 plus years ago committed to helping people using our Heavenly Fathers God given Herbs. My dad and mom built Creekside Outpost out of their Love for God, the creator of all things. Dad was very passionate about helping others. He absolutely loved the one on one interaction with his friends, customers and everyone he met. He really enjoyed talking with his friends about our Heavenly Fathers Word. My dad amazed me with his memory. He remembered everyone's name even to the day of his passing. Dad was a straight arrow, honesty was his policy. There is not a day that doesn’t go by that people will still ask about how my dad was doing. My dad was loved and very special to his family and we would like to thank all of those that have reached out over the years.
Our Dads Love will always remain in our hearts we will miss him deeply and he will never be forgotten !!
Philip B Young of Owensboro, KY was born to Marvin and Lilly Young. Phil is survived by his wife of 60 years Donna (Ladyhawk)
Young; children Jeffrey T and his wife Patti Young, Robin (Two Feathers) and husband Jackie Smith; Siblings, Bonnie Rhodes and Dean Young.
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(Is 40: 31)
But those who wait on Yehovah God shall renew their strength. They shall mount up with wings like eagles. They shall walk and not faint.