1918 ∼ 2020
Leora Ulrich of Gloucester, ma wrote:
So sorry Christine and Heather! You are in my thoughts and prayers
Christine Astin of Falmouth wrote:
Though I cannot see your smile, your hand I cannot touch, I have many wonderful memories of the Nana I love so much. Your memory is now my keepsake with which I'll never part. God has you in his keeping and I have you in my heart.
Brian Lynch of Taunton, MA wrote:
Bev, Sorry for you and your family's loss thoughts and prayers in this difficult time.
Anne C. Bean of South Portland, ME wrote:
For my late husband,Paul, and me it was a pleasure to have known and enjoyed Priscilla and Larry. No one worked harder for the Church than that dynamic duo. From the Garage Door Open Golf Tournament, the thrift shop pick ups, and Priscilla's organising of different collations, they did it all. RIP .
John E. Mueller of South Yarmouth wrote:
To Priscilla's Family: We extend to you the heartfelt sympathy of the entire congregation of the South Yarmouth United Methodist Church at this sad time. We share in your sorrow over the loss of such a special person. We also offer our thanks to God for Priscilla's life. She was a gift to us as well, blessing us deeply in many ways over a number of years. May God grant you all the comfort, strength and peace you need at this time. Sincerely: Rev. John E. Mueller, Pastor
Virginia Molignano of Stoughton wrote:
The world has lost a very, very special woman. If half the people on earth were half the person she was we would be a much happier and healthier planet!!
Rose Farrow of Barnstable,ma wrote:
So sorry for your loss. She was a classy lady who I enjoyed pleasant visits with.
Irene Shaw of W. Yarmouth, Ma wrote:
I knew Pricilla from the Yarmouth church and the Thrift Shop. Her sense of humor, her smile and her sense of purpose made knowing her a privilege. When I think of the color blue or see a specific color of blue she comes to mind as it was "her color." She leaves many good memories here. may she rest in peace