Welcome to the
memorial page for
Phillip Michael Rock
November 7, 1952
~ June 1, 2020
Phillip Michael Rock, 67 of Eatontown, NJ passed away on Monday, June 1, 2020 at Hackensack Meridian Hospital, Red Bank, NJ. He entered this life on November 7, 1952 at Fort Monmouth Hospital to Peter Menlick Rock Sr. and Lola Mae Jackson Rock.
Phillip was educated in the Red Bank School System and enlisted in the United States Army to serve his country on June 21, 1972. Phillip was an avid Dallas Cowboys fan "All Day" and enjoyed his life, he had an extensive sweet tooth, an eye for etching mirrors, printing at his grandfather Echo press shop, yard work and detailing cars.
He rededicated himself to Jesus Christ as his personal Savior two years ago at Shrewsbury Avenue A.M.E. Zion Church in Red Bank, NJ. On June 1, 2020 he reached out for the Lord's loving hand and he answered and covered him in his bosom.
He was predeceased by his parents and brothers Patrick and Paul Rock.
Phillip leaves to cherish his loving memory his one son Wendell Standard, Long Branch, NJ; fiancé Pauline Booker Jr. since the sixth grade of Eatontown, NJ; sister Loray Rock, New York; brothers Peter (Michelle) Rock Jr. and Wayne Jackson all of Red Bank, NJ; grandsons Robert (Jacinta) Brooks, Joshua Brooks, Greensboro, NC, Qu'ran Standard, Long Branch, NJ; two great-grandsons Kyrie and Braylin Brooks; god-daughters Markida Russell and Antonette Cooper-Jean Marie and an extra special niece Angel Rock; along with other special nieces and nephews, a host of aunts, uncles, other relatives and friends, his very special dog pal Serinity Ann Lewis (his blonde bombshell) aka Sunni.
*Due to the COVID-19 pandemic following nationwide social distancing all services are private. We appreciate your understanding.*
4 thoughts on “Phillip M. Rock”
To our cousin Pauline.
Philly and you are like peanut butter and jelly like chicken and hot grease. So glad you and him stayed with us during Sandy as that is when myself and the girls truly got to know you and Philly as we played jokes on one another laughed and had good times in those trying moments we truly got to know your hearts. Just know that we will continue to bug you always have your back, we will always just be a phone call away. And you will always be our “General store”. We love you and will deeply miss Our Philly
Frank Josclyn Ciara Amber and the blonde bombshell
I am so very sorry, Pauline and Petey. I am keeping both of you in my prayers. PLEASE Hold to God’s Unchanging Hand. AND TO PHILLIP, Rest Easy.?
Sending our deepest sympathy to Pauline Booker and the Rock family from the Missionaries of Shrewsbury Avenue A.M.E. Zion Church, as well as Fern and Troy Greer.
Please know that we are always here for you when you need a shoulder to lean on. Lean on your faith to get you through this very difficult, hurtful and trying time. God’s word said he will never leave you, nor forsake you no matter what the situation. Trust in Him and not in your own understanding and He will direct your path. Love you more than you will ever know!
We are praying for Rock family! We thank God for Phillip helping our Mom (Deaconess Matilda Lewis) when our father died (Deacon Howard (Shorty) Lewis & myself. Our family loves the Rock family. We thank Jesus for Phillip. May comfort your hearts! To live for Jesus is gain! Love all of you! Evangelist Donna Lewis Clayton & Minister Bradford Clayton
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