Phyllis Ann Vandine
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March 23, 1941 – February 4, 2021
Phyllis Ann Vandine, age 79, passed away peacefully after an extended illness on February 4, 2021. Phyllis was born in Satus, Washington on March 23rd 1941, to Kermit and Viola Bergevin. When she was a young girl, the family moved to Ellensburg where she attended school at St. Andrews. In 1948 the family again relocated to Wenatchee. She graduated from Eastmont High School in 1959. Phyllis married H.J. Taylor in Wenatchee.
They settled in Pasco and had two children: Sonya Denise and Tracy Neal. She moved to Lewiston, Idaho and worked at Albertson’s as a bookkeeper for many years. In 1992 Phyllis and her longtime companion, Greg Babino moved to Wenatchee. She continued her career with Albertson’s as a bookkeeper. After retirement from Albertson’s, she worked as a CNA at Highgate Senior Living until she began having health issues. Throughout her life she enjoyed fishing, camping, canoeing and many outdoor activities. Her hobby was antiquing. She had booths in several local antique malls.
Phyllis will be greatly missed by her family. She is survived, by her loving companion Greg Babino, daughter Sonya Preussler (Don) and son Tracy Taylor (Cari) of Lewiston, Idaho. Grandsons Brad Preussler (Jess) and Chris Preussler of Lewiston. Jack Taylor of Boise, Idaho and Logan Taylor of Lewiston and Great grandson David Preussler of Lewiston. Phyllis is also survived by sisters Janet Eby and Nancy Summers of Wenatchee, Washington; and brother George Bergevin of Wasilla Alaska and many nieces and nephews. She was proceded in death by her parents, her sisters Bonnie Boughton and Wanda Crone.
At her request no service will be held. A family gathering honoring her memory will take place in the spring.
You are invited to view Phyllis’ Online Tribute at www.HeritageMemorialChapel.com to write a memory and/or condolence. Arrangements are in the care of Heritage Memorial Chapel, East Wenatchee, Washington.