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Philip D. Livernois

December 14, 1987 ~ September 30, 2020 (age 32)

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Worcester... Philip Daniel Livernois, 32, of Worcester and formerly of Southbridge, died suddenly, Wednesday, September 30, 2020, at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester, MA. 
He is survived by his mother Alice R. (Magrini) Livernois of Worcester, and his father and step-mother Philip H. and Michelle (Benoit) Livernois of Sturbridge. He also leaves his 2 sons Cayden and Joshua of whom he desperately  wanted to be the best father to, but life circumstances didn't allow that to happen, therefore he was like a father figure to everyone around him, always trying to help everyone else better themselves and their situations with no regard for his own. Phil never ever talked about his own problems and friends that knew him would say he unapologetically and truthfully wanted you to get to the root of yours. Two seconds later he was in your face with a smile and a child-like good time, living larger than life, he turned every moment with him into a positive one somehow. 

He also leaves 3 sisters, Jami Lee, his best friend whom he fought lovingly with till his dying day, they were the kind of friends that fought for the fun of fighting and were always into mischief hand and hand. He was more than just an uncle to her children Savannah, Sophia and Lorenzo. His sister Sonia whom could immediately see that he was special to her as he brought his special kind of feel good about life medicine into her life from day 1 and made a lifetime of memories with her and her children, Caitlyn, Lauren, Dana, Zack, Lexi and Willow in the just 2 years since they first connected. His sister Melanie and her children Jemma and Jewel always had a place in his heart and he couldn't wait till they were old enough to join in the fun. He also leaves 2 brothers, Daniel whom he had only just met as a reminder of what a ladies man his father was at such a young age and his children Mikayla and Lucas whom will hear about their uncle through stories of good times past, and his brother Gregory and his daughter Brianna whom he always looked towards for guidance as he thought Greg could solve any problem and do no wrong, he was Phil's hero when in turn, Phil was really always his. 

Phil loved family and was a major part of all his beloved nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins & many friends. Bringing family together is what brought him joy, he was always the life blood of every gathering large or small, his presence will be felt for generations to come. Philip or "Phil livin" as he was known to his friends, grew up in Worcester and Southbridge, MA,

He was born in Southbridge, December 14, 1987, and graduated from Southbridge High School. He worked for over 10 years as a roofer in the Roofers Union Local 33. At work he was known as a beast always the first one to attack the hardest problems with fire in his eyes.

Calling hours prior to the Mass will be from 9 to 11AM at Sansoucy Funeral Home, 40 Marcy Street, Southbridge, MA 01550.   The funeral Mass will be held at 11AM, Tuesday, October 6, 2020 at Notre Dame Church (St. John Paul II Parish) 446 Main Street Southbridge MA. Burial will follow at the family plot at Oakridge Cemetery, Southbridge, MA

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Funeral Mass
October 6, 2020

11:00 AM
Notre Dame Church
446 Main Street
Southbridge, MA 01550

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