Phyllis Jean Liedberg

August 9, 1943 - August 19, 2019

Phyllis Jean Liedberg, 76, of Geneva passed away Monday, August 19, 2019 at Seasons Hospice in Naperville.  She was born August 9, 1943 in Mt. Carmel, IL the daughter of Richard Woodrow and Edith Helen (nee Beagley) Timberlake.

Phyllis was raised in Mt. Carmel, IL.  She went to the Illinois School for the Deaf in Jacksonville, IL where she met her husband David Gordon Liedberg.  David and Phyllis were united in marriage June 20, 1969 at Bethany Lutheran Church in Batavia.  Phyllis had been employed by DuKane Corporation, Allis Chalmers, Holmstad Retirement Community and Chicago Title Company. 

She is survived by her one son Daniel (Erica) Liedberg, two grandchildren Meredith and Justin Liedberg; her siblings, Tom (Rose) Timberlake, George (Mary Jo) Timberlake, Richard “Dick” (Bernice) Timberlake, Linda (John) White. 

She is preceded in death by her husband David and two sisters Helen Bowdoin and Pam Timberlake. 

Memorial services will be held 3:00 P.M. Saturday, August 24, 2019 at Moss Family Funeral Home, 209 South Batavia Ave. Batavia, IL.  Visitation will be held from 1:00 P.M until the time of the service at the funeral home.


Guest Book

  • Terry Goldman Phyllis was a sweet and wonderful woman with a wonderful sense of humor. She was a very dedicated and hard worker while employed at Dukane Seacom. You have our deepest sympathy for your loss. On behalf of all who knew Phyllis from the Dukane Seacom family, our thoughts and prayers are with you.
  • Debra Hettinger Please except my deepest sympathy. I worked with Phyllis at Dukane Seacom Division. Phyllis made me laugh everyday. She was a bright light in this world. Always will remember her smile and the twinkle in her eyes.
  • Louis ad Jan Sandos Dan and Erica, we are so sorry to learn of the death of Phyllis. She sounds like she was an amazing person. We are thinking of you and hoping for peace and comfort for you.
  • Kurt & Nancy Walser I had the extreme pleasure to work with Phyllis at Dukane Seacom division for many years. She was an amazing person. Always smiling and happy. Hard worker and very patient with my attempts at sign language. She had a great sense of humor and loved to talk about her family. I miss her spirit very much. God Bless her and our deepest sympathies to her family.