Uncle Phil, you will be missed dearly.
I always enjoyed your stories and your smile.
I'm so sorry, I couldn't be there, but that doesn't mean you were forgotten.
May you smile down upon Vicki and Danny and guide them and comfort them for the days and years ahead.
With heartfelt sorrow and tears.
Charles Feiring (nephew)
My name is Randy Scharer, Lafayette, Indiana. Son of Don Scharer. So many fond memories of Phil, sad to see him leave us. He always had a smile and I can hear him now saying, "Oh man.oh man, oh man" when he heard or seen something that struck his fancy. Phil was and still is the biggest Purdue sports fan west of the Mississippi. He was upgrading his tv system to watch the Purdue-Oregon State football game when he apparently died at home. I will always have
him in my heart and memories as first cousins should. I can't say enough great things about Phil. But I do remember when he would take the train from Lafayette(Amtrak) the train goes right behind our house, maybe 80 yds, he would call and tell us to be outside waving so he could take our picture. What a guy!!! Love you Phil Randy and Sally
Hello my name is Randy Scharer, I think most of the cousins in Oregon remember me. I am a first cousin to Phil and will miss him dearly. I am the oldest son of Don Scharer and I have so many great memories of Phil. I would remember when he heard or seen something that struck his fancy he would say "Oh man, Oh man, Oh man" No one could say it better than Phil. He WAS the biggest Purdue fan west of the Mississippi. He was upgrading his tv service so he could watch the Purdue-Oregon State football game when he apparently died. So sad, I will miss him so much. He would take trains to get where ever he was going, and Amtrak ran behind our house and he call me on the phone and tell us Go outside and wave and I'll take a picture of you guys. What a guy, always had a smile and a laugh behind it. He was loved by everyone he met and knew. Love you Phil Hari Randy and Sally Scharer