Dr. Philip George Oenbrink, 94, died May 23,2018 at the Veterans Victory House in Walterboro, SC. Born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, he was the son of Henry Joseph and Florence Louise Petermann Oenbrink. He attended Xavier University before enlisting in the US Navy in 1942. After graduating from Pensacola Flight School as a naval aviator, he flew in the Pacific during WWll and was also trained as a fleet navigator. After the war ended, he stayed in the Naval Reserves and earned a Doctor of Dental Surgery at St. Louis University. He married Mary H. Prost in 1952 and then served in the Navy Dental Corps for an additional 30 years. He served at Great Lakes, IL; US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD; Naval Air Station, Naples, Italy; USMC Air Station Cherry Point, NC; Norfolk Operations Base, VA; Assigned to the USS Everglades and served as Senior Dental Officer of the USS Forrestal; Naval Air Station- Albany, GA; Marine Air Station- Beaufort, SC; Parris Island Recruit Depot-Beaufort, SC; retiring after 40 years in the Navy as a Capt. at Great Lakes, IL. Capt. Oenbrink was married 65 years and is survived by his wife, Mary, and seven children; Christine Marchant (Richard) of Winter Haven, FL; Stephen Oenbrink of Beaufort, SC; Father Michael Oenbrink of Hilton Head Isd, SC; Ann Sealy (David) of Greenwood, SC; Thomas Oenbrink (Chyrl) of Mount Pleasant, SC; Beth Bosserman (Mark) of Columbus, IN and Melanie Ferretti (Frank) of Columbia, SC. He is also survived by 14 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his grandson, Grant Bosserman. Philip was the beloved twin brother of the late Henry Oenbrink, late Betty Oenbrink, and late Thomas Oenbrink, all of Cincinnati, Ohio. Phil considered it a priviledge to serve in the US Military and he loved the Navy life. He was a devout Catholic, devoted husband and loving father and grandpa. He was also an avid Cincinnati Reds and Atlanta Braves fan. The funeral Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at 11:30 am at St. Peter's Catholic Church in Beaufort, SC. The internment will immediately follow at the National Cemetery of Beaufort with military honors at 1:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be given to St. Peter's Catholic Church.