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Nancy Ann Beverly Phillips, 70, of Port Royal, died Friday, November 5, 2021, at her residence.

Nancy was retired, after 30 years with the Beaufort County Sherriff’s Department as a Corporal with the E-911 Emergency Telecommunications System.

Nancy is survived by a son, Donnie Phillips Jr., and a sister, Betty Heath.

A graveside service will be held at 2 o’clock Sunday afternoon, November 7, 2021, in Beaufort Memorial Gardens.  

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Agape Care – 1817 Boundary Street, Beaufort, South Carolina 29902.

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  1. Teri Schmitz says:

    I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. I know this has been an extremely hard few weeks for you. She was the best dispatcher that Beaufort County could have ever hoped for. I offer my condolences to you and your sister.

  2. Patrease Watson says:

    My deepest condolences to you Donnie. I had the privilege of working with Nancy when I was employed as a County Dispatcher and I really loved her and we had so many laughs on the Midnight shifts.
    She will never ever be forgotten

  3. Denise Bell says:

    Nancy is such a lovey soul and will surely be missed by many. She and I have had special times together and I will always remember her playful spirit and her faith with God, Amen. Deep hugs of caring love going out to her family and friends.

  4. michael c chapman says:

    NANCY was not only a great dispatcher but also a great friend, she was a wonderful person and will be missed by all who knew her.

  5. Mary Mansfield says:

    My dear friend, I have so many memories of our dispatch times and will never forget you!! God I will miss you!! RIP my friend, love you

  6. Betty Heath says:

    My baby sister, my best friend. I will cherish the times we had together. Heaven gained the most precious angel, and I hope they know what they have. Forever in my heart.

  7. Ledeana Britz says:

    My Aunt Nancy, I have so many fond memories of you, your humor and laughter. You will be missed greatly. I hope your dancing with angels in heaven. RIP, love you.

  8. James Ottinger says:

    Best Dispatcher ever and a wonderful person. I got to make it to retirement because she cared about the “Road Deputies” and made sure we went home safely.

  9. Shelia Howard Sheets says:

    Nancy was a wonderful person, a hard worker. She loved her family. I shared many laughs with her over the years. Rest easy Nancy.

  10. Liz McKay Rigg says:

    I had the honor and privilege of working with Nancy as my supervisor in the new dispatch center. She was one of a kind, had a huge heart and I learned so much from her. God bless you Nancy and Rest In Peace.

  11. Elizabeth Ann Rigg says:

    P.S. I am sure Gwen Duhon was waiting for Nancy at the Gates of Heaven to greet her.

  12. Joel Calandra says:

    Nancy was always a caring person and was always concerned about the officers that went on calls. Nancy, with a sweet growl in her voice, after dispatching a call that the person needed to be incarcerated would say “go get um bo”. We love you Nancy……..

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