Phyllis Eschert

October 1, 1927 - June 14, 2001

10/01/1927 - 06/14/2001

Past Services

Tuesday June 19, 2001
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Virginia Beach
5792 Greenwich Road
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
800-934-4648 | Directions


Phyllis Eschert, 73, of Norfolk died on June 14, 2001 in her home.

She was born in Camden, New Jersey, was a former member of the Metropolitan Organ Society and was a self-employed courier.

She is survived by her husband, William Eschert; her son, Perry Flagg of Chesapeake; three step-sons, William Eschert of Wilmington, North Carolina, and James and David Eschert of Lindenwold, New Jersey; brother, John McCaw of Jarratt, Virginia; and grandson, Perry Flagg of Sherman, Texas.

A visitation will be held in Altmeyer Funeral Home, Virginia Beach Chapel, on Tuesday, June 19, 2001 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm.

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Yvonne Calder
8 years ago

Bill as receptionist at BCF&M

I’ve come in contact with you and Phyllis on several memeoriable occassions. Phyllis will be deeply missed. Her sense of humor,the beautiful smile, will always be with us when we think of her. And always remember this Bill she proclaimed her love for you loudly and to everyone who would listen. I wish you God’s speed and my condolences.

Maria Workman
8 years ago

From everyone at BCF&M – we’d like to extend our sincerest sympathy. We will truly miss Mrs. Eschert’s spunky character and friendliness when she came to our office for Pronto. And to Mr. Eschert – you are in our prayers. We think you are great and we hope we get to see you still when we call Pronto.

Joy Bilinski
8 years ago

Phyllis was quite a woman and she will be missed. She adopted all of the kids on our circle as her own grandchildren by making them cookies, giving them candy and just generally enjoying them. She also watched out for us and our homes. She leaves behind a big void and many wonderful memories. We love you Phyllis.

Bette Witcher
8 years ago

So sorry to learn of Phyllis’s death. She was surely one in a million. I plan to attend the viewing on Tuesday.