Philip W. Wheeler, 65 of Barefoot Bay, FL passed away on December 30, 2022 at Sebastian River Medical Center.
He was born January 13, 1957 in Toledo, OH and had been a resident of Barefoot Bay for 13 years, coming from Ohio.
Philip was a avid football fan and he enjoyed watching his two favorite teams, Green Bay Packers and Ohio State. He enjoyed professional wrestling, nature and following Bigfoot. He was a jokester and made sure to keep his friends and family laughing.
He leaves his memories to be cherished by his wife of 28 years, Sharon Wheeler; daughter, Leslie Wheeler of Ohio; granddaughter, Hailey Little of Ohio; sisters, Donna Rose of Ohio, Stori Koppert of Indiana and Jenny Case of Ohio, as well as numerous, aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and dear friends, Renee Dukett and Barbara Hamm.
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