Priscilla J. Vining

1935 ∼ 2019

Kim churbuck of Wareham, Ma wrote:

To all of Priscilla’s family, I felt very honored to call your mom my friend. She was amazing woman with such a kind heart. She cared for so many and will be missed. I had the opportunity to spend time with her the night before she passed. We laughed and she told me how lucky she was to have a great family and she was worried about how she looked even after being so sick. I told her she looked great because I was so happy to sit and visit with her. She was always such a great friend to myself and my grandaughter. We spoke often, she would fill me in on her family, and her friends at Keystone. She was always sending a card, saying something kind and always stood for what she believed in a woman of principle. Please know how much I loved her and will miss her. She was such a special person, I am so sorry for all you as a family have been through. Marlene, thanks for always being so kind. I pray for strength for all of you.

Stacy Dupuis of Bridgewater, Ma wrote:

She was the best grandmother a her only granddaughter could have had.. She showered me with love and wonderful girly gifts ever since I can remember... From a little blond Portuguese cabbage patch kid to sticker books and pretty plastic jewellery when I was a little girl to. Spending time together shopping and hanging out and becoming my best friend. She was so amazing and I saw that she did the same for all of her other grand kids.. Like making them baskets with fun things to do in them or sending her cards with stickers on them and her underling every special word on that card that ment something special when you read it... She always went above and beyond in showing her love to her family and her friend and even at Dr. Appointments... She would remember everyones name and have a light bond with them...I'll cherish every memory of her and I hope all that know her will do the same.

Tina Barrasso of Middleboro, Ma. wrote:

I’m so glad to have known Priscilla. She came into our hair salon Uppercut for years & formed a close friendship with all of us, especially my mother Penny. She would always have birthday cards & baskets for us. I’m glad mom & I were able to visit her new place & take her to one of her favorite restaurants (Lindsey’s) for lunch. She always talked about her family. She will be missed by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing her.

Beverly & David MacKinnon of WAREHAM, Ma. wrote:

We would like to extend our Deepest Sympathies to your entire family. Pat was Diane MacKinnon’s Dearest Friend and we know that their friendship was so special for so many years. Sending our Love, Thoughts, and Prayers to all of you.

Karen Murphy of Madison, MS wrote:

It saddens me to here this news. Priscilla was a very giving and loving person. I always enjoyed seeing her and talking with her. She always sent the most beautiful cards to my Mother Joyce. I considered her one of the most special souls in the world. Rest in peace beautiful woman you deserve the best seat in heaven xoxo. Karen