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Philip J. Floor, Sr.

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Philip J. Floor, Sr., age 54, of Kennesaw, Georgia, died June 15, 2017.

Philip John Floor, Sr. was my best friend, husband, father, brother and friend to all. I think back when I first met Phil in Wilmington, Delaware on a blind date, I knew that first time we met that he was the one for me. That first date has been going strong over 30 years. I loved him and will have his memories last forever. His dedication to his two boys was amazing. No matter what was going on in work, he made time to be at every event that his children were in and also coached them. Being their coach wasn’t enough so he became their Scout leader, and then as they got older it was harder to coach them as we all know how kids are, so he became a Hockey Referee so that he could stay close to his boys. Joining the Hockey world was priceless to Phil, he loved it and never cared how tired he was, he would do 5 or more games in the same day. The Hockey Association was his second family away from home.

Phil, as we all know him, loved movies, TV shows and comedy that he and my boys shared together. He always would quote movies and play the old time music in the car that would put us to sleep. As for his hearing we all knew that it was selected and that the TV was so loud that you could hear it next door.

He was a loving brother and what I loved was that his sisters and brother would text everyday crazy things and you felt like they were all in a room together laughing. He loved when Kathy, Cindy, Andy, Jen would text the crazy things or an updated picture of Anna his niece would be attached. The laughter and love they all shared daily was like if they were all at a kitchen table having fun.

Phil was known as a Saint on my side of the family because he was there for everyone anytime and any always went to any family reunion, wedding or just to visit on a holiday. He was close to all and just kept moving along as calm as he could be no matter what crazy thing was going on in the McDonald house. Phil felt like he was the luckiest guy with two wives, me and Kathy my twin.
To sum this up, I want to say that Phil was my life and I thank him for all the memories that I was fortunate to share with him.

Love always,
Debbie

The family will receive friends from 6 PM – 8:00 PM for a visitation and funeral at 8:00 PM, on Saturday, June 17, 2017, at Georgia Funeral Care & Cremation Services, in Acworth, Georgia.

Please express condolences for the family in the comments section below. The Floor family is being cared for by Georgia Funeral Care and Cremation Services, Acworth, Georgia.

90 Comments To "Philip J. Floor, Sr."

Lisa Connor On Jun 23 2017 at 2pm
Deb I am so sorry for your loss & will keep you & your family in my prayers. The 2 of you could not have been a better match. May god bless you & the boys during this difficult time. Take care. Lisa Connor Reply to this comment
Patricia Ryan On Jun 23 2017 at 2pm
Debbie – I love your tribute to Phil & the adorable picture of him. If he was wearing a softball t-shirt & cleats, it would be an exact replica of how I remember him! You both so graciously shared your multiple talents with us & the St Jude family, and we are extremely grateful for having had those precious moments together. We love you & the boys and extend our sincerest condolences to the entire family. A very large Boca hug sent your way XOX Reply to this comment
Peggy Peterson On Jun 23 2017 at 2pm
Dear Debbie, What a beautiful tribute to Phil. You gave all of us a glimpse of who Phil was as a husband, father, son and brother. I have such fond memories of you and Phil and the St. Jude family. I remember the first time I saw Phil’s unique humor. It was at a party at the McKinlay’s. We were sitting by the bar and this song started playing (I wish I could remember the name of it). Phil, with a serious face not saying a word, started shaking his head back and forth to the beat of the music. It doesn’t sound funny, but to see how serious he looked while doing it, had me laughing with tears. It was at the same party that we were playing butt quarter relay. Phil was on my team and it was his turn. He dropped the quarter halfway to the cup and it rolled into the pool. I told him he had to go get the quarter or the other team would win. Without skipping a beat, he walked right into the pool and got the quarter!! He had us laughing so hard! I think we ended up winning! At another party, I Discovered his love for John Denver, which led to the unforgettable John Denver performance at Adrian’s surprise party! Truly a classic, Phil Floor moment! Phil was a quiet man with a gentle soul. He will be missed deeply. I pray that you, Phillip, Tim and your fmily find comfort in each other and that the sadness you feel now will soon turn into wonderful memories. Love, Peggy and Brent Matthew 11:28 Then Jesus said, “Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest.” Reply to this comment
The Fargnoli Family On Jun 23 2017 at 2pm
Debbie- We will always have fond memories of Phil during the holidays and at the McDonald/Russo Summer family parties. Although there was always some kind of drama going on, Phil was never a part of it. He was the relaxed guy just hanging, having a few beers. That’s what everyone loved about him. He will be surely missed at the next gathering but will be watching from heaven. P.S. what a beautiful picture of him….Wishing you lots of love…Laurene, Jim, Brian and Katie Reply to this comment
Michelle Haraida On Jun 23 2017 at 2pm
I’m heartbroken to read this news. Sending all my love and prayers to the whole family. Hoping the memories of laughter and goodness will bring you some comfort and peace at this difficult time. ♡ Reply to this comment
Jennifer Bruce On Jun 21 2017 at 5pm
Debbie and Family. I was so very saddened to hear of Phil’s passing. Phil was one of the nicest, most respectful and genuine people with which I’ve had the pleasure of working over the past several years. He was helpful – if he didn’t have the answer (he usually did)- you can bet he’d find it! Reply to this comment
Koleen Aulen On Jun 21 2017 at 5pm
Debbie, I was so sad to hear about Phil. I always enjoyed working with him. Phil had a such a great sense of humor. My heart aches for you and the boys. Sending love and prayers. Reply to this comment
Dax Cummings On Jun 21 2017 at 5pm
Debbie and Floor family I am just hearing about this and you are all in my prayers. Phil was one of a kind. Smart, funny and always willing to do the right thing. I learned a lot from Phil and know he will be deeply missed. I will be praying for all of you Dax Reply to this comment
Amy Grubb On Jun 20 2017 at 11am
Debbie and family, I’m so very sorry for your loss. I just spoke to Phil on Thursday morning-have worked with him at Bank of America for the last 5 years and was shocked to hear of his passing. Sending prayers your way as you navigate this very difficult time. Reply to this comment
Christine Howe On Jun 20 2017 at 11am
Dear Debbie and family- I am so sorry for your family’s loss. Phil was a fantastic business partner and I always enjoyed working with him on projects where our paths crossed over the years either at MBNA or BAC. I hope you can find comfort in many happy memories during this difficult time. Our family’s prayers are with you. Reply Reply to this comment
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