Philip Winn was born July 14, 1959 to Eldon and Elaine Winn. Philip was an amazing man and will be deeply missed by all of us who were blessed to know him. Philip spent most of his life growing up in Naples with his dad Eldon, mother Elaine, Brother Kenny, Sister Leslie, and sister Tracy. He loved his life and was constantly on some adventure. He loved to go camping, fishing, hiking, riding dirt bikes and arrow head hunting with his family and friends. If he had the option, he would always rather be outside, he absolutely loved nature. Philip was one of those people that would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it. He was always there to help anyone whether they asked him too or not. If he saw you struggling with something, he would step in and help any way that he could. His sense of humor was one of a kind. If you were having a bad day, just go visit Philip, he would have you laughing and feeling better before you left. He made me laugh every day for the 12 years I was lucky enough to have him in my life. Philip was also a very accomplished bass player. He traveled all over the United States playing in one band or another, but his favorites were the ones that were done for charity. It truly made him happy to help others. Music was one of the true loves of his life, and we will miss hearing him play. When people would ask him to play something he would play mary had a little lamb, and giggle. Philip loved his family above all else, his mom, dad, brother and sisters were his heroes. He was so proud of his children, and his grandchildren were the light of his life. If you knew Philip at all, spoiling his grandchildren brought him complete happiness. He would give them whatever they wanted, because Philip couldn't bear to see one of them sad. Philip could fix or build anything. If you needed some specialty part that didn't exist, just ask Philip. He would find a way to make just what you need. If the car is making a weird noise, just ask Philip, he would tell you what's wrong and how to fix it, if he couldn't get there to fix it for you himself. Defiantly a jack of all trades. In 2005 he met the love of his life Raelynne White. They spent the next 12 years laughing and enjoying each others company. Not one day went by that he didn't tell her how much he loved and appreciated her. He was truly a loving and kind soul. Philip is survived by his fiance Raelynne White, brother Kenny (Terry) Winn, sister Leslie Tenney, sister Tracy Winn His children Philip (Allison) Winn, Tysha (Kyle) Bently, Tenecia (Carey) Hill, Alex Winn, Daniel (Katie) Fisher and Jeramy (Jessica) Fisher. Grandchildren, Charger, Tytan, Jordan, Chaz, Aviana, Rylly, Rhorri, McKenna, Kambria, Alex, Devin, Kaden and another little boy due in september. He is preceded in death by his mother and father, Eldon and Elaine Winn and his son Chet Bergstrom. Funeral services for Philip Winn, age 57, of Vernal, will be Thursday, April 20, 2017 at 11:00 AM at the Naples Ward Chapel (2313 South 1500 East) A viewing will be Wednesday evening from 6-8 at the Blackburn Vernal Mortuary, and at the chapel from 9:45-10:45 prior to the services. Burial will be in the Dry Fork Cemetery. Under the direction o the Blackburn Vernal Mortuary.