Philip Flint Farha, 31, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, passed away on January 22, 2022. He was named after his paternal grandfather, Philip Farah Farha. Philip was born on March 2, 1990, two minutes after his twin sister, Leann Gloria Farha. Despite this fact, Philip stubbornly but endearingly claimed the role of eldest child to his parents, Jamie (Caruthers) and Clay Farha of Oklahoma City, who loved him more than words can express. In addition, Philip leaves behind his younger sister, Christine Louise Farha, whom he adored, his beloved younger brother, Clint Thomas Farha, and Clint's wife, Chelsey (Eglseder) Farha. Philip is also survived by his soul- mate, Kati Krienke; many cherished aunts, uncles, cousins; countless friends; and his four-legged babies, Olive and Rory. Philip was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Gloria and Philip Farha; his maternal grandparents, Leda and Jack Caruthers; his maternal aunt, Cynthia Caruthers; and his paternal uncle, B.D. Eddie Farha.Born and raised in Oklahoma City, Philip graduated high school from Harding Charter Prep, where he made lifelong friends. Philip attended Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri, where he was a member of the Sigma Chi fraternity and served as Community Service Chair and Social Chair. His fraternity brothers meant the world to him and were like a second family.After graduating college with a Bachelor's in Economics, Philip pursued a successful career in commercial real estate. Philip had a natural gift when it came to real estate. During his tenure, Philip earned his CCIM designation, a highly sought-after certification in commercial real estate.Philip was an avid sports fan. Specifically, Philip was a diehard KU basketball fan. His love of KU led him to name his beloved dog, Boschee, after his favorite KU basketball player, Jeff Boschee. In addition to being a proud Jayhawk, Philip enjoyed skiing with his brother, playing frisbee golf, and biking with his mother.Philip was one of a kind, and to know him was to love him. He had a contagious smile that would light up any room, and a knack for mischief, which only he could make charming. His love for music was comprehensive and something that he shared with his father and sister, Christine.He will be so dearly missed by all who knew and loved him. A memorial service will be held at Christ the King Catholic Church in Oklahoma City, OK on Monday, January 31, 2022, at 11:00a.m. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to one of Philip's favorite charities: A Chance for Change, and Oklahoma Humane Society—Village Animal League.