Philip Callison Moyer

October 27, 1991 - May 14, 2017

Philip Callison Moyer

October 27, 1991 - May 14, 2017


Every parent knows the joy of welcoming their first child into the world and this held true for the birth of Philip Callison Moyer, born October 27, 1991 to us, surviving parents Gillian Callison of Vashon Island, Washington and Scott Moyer of Bend, Oregon.

It was the introduction of Philip that brought his family to discover Vashon Island and make it “home base” for Philip’s childhood and for his siblings to come – Nolan Moyer of Vashon/Seattle, Washington area and McCallie Moyer of Auburn, Washington. His family expanded later with the addition of step-parents Terry Peters of Vashon Island, Washington and Joan Moyer of Bend, Oregon.

Rounding the bases of Philip’s short life, after being born in Orlando, Florida, he and his parents moved to Vashon Island when he was 9 months old. He was homeschooled and attended FamilyLink during his elementary years and continued in the Vashon Island School District, graduating from Vashon High School in 2010.

He moved to Bellingham, Washington to attend Western Washington University for a short time. He was still seeking his life’s path when he met his future wife, Pamela Quintanilla Moyer of Ferndale, Washington. They married in 2015 and were both thrilled and excited to welcome a new baby, Penelope Rose Moyer on January 18, 2017. Philip established his adult life in Ferndale/Bellingham, Washington being a valued employee, trusted and solid friend, husband and father.

Both Philip and Penelope were killed in an auto accident on Sunday, May 14, 2017. This tragic event has brought much attention due to the youth of the victims, the unnecessary nature of the accident and the deep roots and connections that Philip has sown throughout his life.

Funeral Service

  • Date & Time: May 20, 2017 (12:00 AM)
  • Venue: Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints
  • Location: 2550 Thornton Road Fernale, WA 98248 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (360) 38-0-2948

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5 responses to Philip Callison Moyer

  1. Shelly Hurd says:

    So very sorry to hear about this tragedy! My thoughts and prayers are with the families.

  2. d mullins says:

    Most sincere condolences for your tragic losses of your Philip and precious baby Penelope Rose.We may wonder why this tragedy was allowed to happen.
    Jesus well knew the Bible statement:” Time and unforeseen occurrence befall them all” [Ecclesiastes 9:11]. He knew that
    sometimes bad things just happen.
    The wonderful future resurrection hope is the promise found at John 5:28,29: ” the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life”
    Revelation 21:3,4 states: “death will be no more. and pain
    will be no more, the former things will have passed away. ”
    Our Creator, Jehovah God, by means of his son Jesus, is going to undo the tragedies that touch our lives today.
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  3. My deepest condolences to Pam and family. I can’t even comprehend such a tragic accident on Mothers Day and to lose Phil and the baby. I did the wedding a few years ago. Contact me if you need anything. Godspeed Phil and Penelope :(

  4. Scott Peck says:

    Condolences to the Moyer and Quintanilla families.

  5. B. Evans says:

    My deepest condolences to the family and friends during this difficult time. There are no words that can describe the pain of losing someone so beloved. May God comfort and strenghten the family and friends of this beautiful father and daughter.2 Corinthians 1: 3, 4.

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