- About Us
- About Us
Harold Phillip Amos, Jr. (affectionately known as Phil) was born
on September 21, 1973. Phil transitioned from this life to meet his
Heavenly Father on June 23, 2019. Phil received his formal educa-
tion from the Baltimore County School System. He was intelligent,
which was acknowledged by his becoming an Editor for his high
school newspaper. Phil also attended Ohio State University.
After completing his education, Phil engaged in multiple careers
including working in the food industry, a mechanic, a Resident
Monitor, a Mentor and for several years a Scheduling Manager for
Prestige NY. Phil impressed us all with his skills in the sales arena.
Witnessing his skill was a source of pride for us all. As a hobby,
Phil also ventured into selling cars and, due to his astute ability, this
also became one of his occupations. Phil's savvy allowed him to
sell cars sight-unseen to customers. Needless to say, he was very
good at what he did.
Phil was an outstanding, dedicated, caring individual with a beauti-
ful soul and heart of gold. He was the consummate comedian who
reveled in hearing laughter. Accompanying his laughter was his
unforgettable smile. He was an avid pool player who displayed his
expertise by winning your money. Phil loved his Mama uncondi-
tionally and did not hesitate to let the world know it. He loved his
two children, whom he proudly touted looked just like him and also
shouted to the world his love for them. Additionally, he loved his
sister and immediate family and always tried to find ways to show
his love for all of them.
Phil leaves to celebrate his life and mourn his departure his beloved
mother, Sheila Amos; father, Harold Phillip Amos, Sr.; cherished
daughter, Makayla Janiya Amos and son, Jaharrie Robinson; sister,
Shanequa Addison; uncles: George Earl James, III (Johnnie Mae);
Joseph James; Luther Amos; aunts: Jeweleane Oyesanya (Muyi-
wa); Carolyn James; Mary Amos; Cecelia Amos-Blanks (Clar-
ence); Naomi Amos; and a host of cousins, other relatives and
friends. Phil will be loved and missed by all who were fortunate
enough to share time and space with him.