He is survived by his wife, Helena Straker-Phipps; son, Winston Phipps Jr.; daughters: Joy Phipps-Harrigan, Denise Phipps-Tann, Diana Phipps and Kristen Phipps; grandchildren: Sean and Ryan Harrigan, and Eboni Phipps; mother-in-law, Cora Straker; brothers-in-law: Michael, Denver and Trevor Straker; sisters-in-law: Yolande Straker-Francis and Gloria Straker; sons-in-law: Kevin Tann and Sean Harrigan; adopted sister, Islyn Warner-Brown; and adopted brothers: Hiroy, Hubert and Stafford Warner.
Other survivors include godchildren: Ludulph Brown Jr., Cleofoster Browne, Jacklyn Green, Kimberly Isaac-Cherry, Monique Daniel and Kaleema Lewis; nephews: Donly and Cleofoster Browne, Freeston Lewis, Michael and Denver Straker, Ickford and Rolston Warner; and nieces: Janieel Samuel-Williams, Carmiesia and Tiffany Straker, Kiara and Keiana Francis, Selene Henry and Annie Gaymes-Antoine.
More survivors are special family and friends: Junia John-Straker, Moses Francis, Bernard Gordon, Winston Benjamin, David Charles, Edmond Anthony, Ludulph and Veronica Brown, Viola Gordon and family, Kenneth and Lucy Peters, Charles and Claudeth Anthony, Robert and Julie Brown, Ashley Joseph, Haynes and Coral Daniel, Rachel Thomas, Islyma Brown, Evelyn Warner, Attle and Oslyn Thomas and family, Eren Edwards, Raymond Charles, Yvonne James and family, Josephine, Maudlyn, Leonist, Corlyn, Cicley and George Lake, Junie and Leroy Henry, Logan Joseph, Charles Richards and Dr. Geoff.
Other surviving special family and friends are Claudette Edwards, Cecila Straker, Glenmore Olive and family, Kett Murray and family, Randolph Wilson and family, Mrs. Durrant, Ms. Smith, Mr. Francis, Elizabeth Scotland, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence, Mary Abbott and family, Ezra Boyce and family, Christopher Austin and family, Janice and Bentley Cornelius, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson, Walcott family, Francis family, Rosie, Rowena Brown, Irving Francis, Simmonds family, Mr. Moore, Pastor Lindsey, McLean Augustus, Clara Ryan, Dane, the St. John’s Anglican Church family and the Ebenezer Holiness Church family; as well as other family and friends too numerous to mention.
A viewing will begin at 10 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 11 a.m., Saturday, Oct. 19, at Beeston Hill Wesleyan Holiness Church. Interment will be at Kingshill Cemetery.