was born circa 1936 at Cambridge, Nova Scotia.
Phillip Brothers died on 12 November 1993 at Gibson Woods, Nova Scotia.
He was buried on 16 November 1993 in Cambridge Baptist Church Cemetery, Cambridge, Nova Scotia.
Obituary from The Chronicle-Herald (Halifax, Nova Scotia), 15 November 1993:
BROTHERS, Phillip Whitman - 57, Gibson Woods, Kings County, died November 12, 1993, at home.
Born in Cambridge, Kings County, he was a son of Baden Brothers, Cambridge and the late Viola (Bezanson) Brothers. He was a graduate of Central Kings Rural High School, Cambridge. He had recently retired from VIA Rail, employed between Halifax and Montreal and had been a member of the Canadian Brotherhood of Railway Transport and General Workers, Local 0333, for 38 years. He was presently associated with the family farm in Cambridge. He was active in many sports and was an avid sports fisherman.
He is survived by his wife, the former Fannie Clements; daughter, Paula Ardythe (Mrs. Orval Morgan), Mississauga, Ont; son, Phillip Jr., Cambridge; five sisters, Kathleen (Mrs. Malcolm Nickerson), Oromocto, N.B; Betty (Mrs. Eric Dickinson), London, Ont; Shirley (Mrs. Casey deJonge), Marilyn, both of Cambridge; Linda (Mrs. Ronald Ennis), Cole Harbour; five brothers, Baden Jr., Halifax; Stewart, Keith, both of Coldbrook; Raymond, Cambridge; Wayne, Cole Harbour; two grandchildren.
Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in W.C. Hiltz Funeral Home, Kentville. Funeral will be 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in First Cornwallis Baptist Church, Canard, Rev. David State-Taylor officiating. Burial will be in Cambridge Cemetery.2