Philip C. Viscidi Jr. ’65

Philip C. Viscidi Jr. left the world shortly after his 74th birthday on September 24, 2021, survived by his loving wife, two children, three siblings, and a grandchild. He was preceded in death by his parents Rose and Phil. A hero to both his children, Phil was a family man guided by sound principles and good morals. Contemplative and responsible, his strong sense of right and wrong can be equally attributed to the influence of his father and the honorable Judge Judy. He tackled life’s challenges with determination and vigor. Volunteering as a coach, advocating for liberal justice, and working as a mentor to all who asked, Phil assertively supported those around him. His presence will be missed, but his spirit will live on in the many who he inspired. In lieu of flowers, his family requests donations be given in his name to his childhood school, the Williston Northampton School, or to the Viscidi Family Scholarship Fund he proudly established at the College of Charleston.

4 thoughts on “Philip C. Viscidi Jr. ’65”

  1. So sorry to hear about this. Phil and I lived in the same town for a few years in the late 90’s, and got together a few times then. I remember him fondly–RIP.

  2. Phil was a steady, outstanding and solid (day) student who, during those formative 5 years we shared together at Williston, always remained, in my thoughts, as an exceptionally bright, morally upright friend I was proud to know and respect. I wish our friendship had been closer back then, and had continued after graduation. Definitely one of Williston’s Class of ’65’s finest!

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