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Phillip M. Brazile Jr. was born in Omaha, Nebraska, May 3, 1987. His family moved to Georgia while Phillip was in middle school, where he established himself in Atlanta as a journalist. “Phillip Jr.” or “Little Phillip” (as he was lovingly referred to by his family), witty humor, charming smile, man of faith and caring spirit made him someone everyone wanted to be around. He was gifted in uniting and bringing people together. It was his empathic interpersonal skills that set him on the road to success.
Phillip was a prolific writer whose works had been featured in a montage of magazines, online publications, and newspapers including Flyy Girl, Crystal, B.O.S.S., Upton, Showcase Magazine, Blanco Blue, Newnan Times-Herald, and Crimson Times. Phillip interviewed notable celebrities including Faith Evans, Star Jones, Carl Thomas, Monifah, Nappy Roots, and Eshe from Arrested Development.
Foreseeing the need to further his education, Phillip entered college to amass more knowledge about the art of communication and journalism. Phillip completed certifications in Television Production from People TV Studio and Radio Production from Clear Channel Radio and was currently pursuing a B.S. degree from Phoenix University.
His passion for children was evident in his daily work as a preschool teacher. Phillip implemented many of his communications and TV Production skills to bring lesson plans alive for his students. While working in the field of education, Phillip continually gained experience as a journalist, gaining insight that could be used in his writing.
God also blessed Phillip with an entrepreneurial spirit, in 2014; he gave birth to his own company, Philosophy Media Group. As the C.E.O and Head Producer, the successful launch of his company opened the door for other avenues in entertainment media. Phillip became a co-producer and anchor for The Weekend Show ATL, which airs on People TV Atlanta.
Phillip was an encourager, ministering daily to strangers, friends and family, inspiring people to PUSH through roadblocks to possibilities. He became quite a phenomenal young man, journalist, educator, TV host/producer, Radio MC, son, brother, uncle, cousin, friend and most of all a FAITHWALKER. Planting seeds of faith, love, joy and hope….always giving of himself to mankind. To have known him, to have met him; one’s life was enriched.
October 29, 2016, the Lord called his faithful servant home, at the age of 29.
This memorial has been established to honor Phillip’s memory and to keep his spirit alive in all of us. The funds will be used to bless others to follow their dreams, pursue their passions and PUSH through to their purpose.
- Terrilyn Price-Aaron | [email protected]
CharitySmith accepts donations in two ways:
Phillip M. Brazile Jr. PUSH Foundation
CharitySmith Nonprofit Foundation
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The above Memorial Fund is established as a division of Charitysmith Nonprofit Foundation (EIN 87-0636433). All donations are tax deductible in accordance with federal tax law. Receipts for tax purposes are sent via US Mail within two weeks of donation. Please consider asking if your employer participates in a gift-matching program. If so, your donation may be matched by your employer.
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