Dec. 11, 1930 – Dec. 25, 2009
Predeceased by 5 brothers, she leaves to mourn – her daughters: Debbie Brodie (David), Donna Hazelaar (Harold),
Darlene Carr (Eric); grandchildren: Daryl Brodie (Cheryl) children James, Julia, Ella; Dennis Brodie (Sara); Chris Johnson, Casey Johnson, Corey Johnson; Jeffrey
Wasylciew, Kari Wasylciew.
On December 25th, 2009 the loving angels wrapped their wings around Priscilla. Her divine spirit will continue to
be embraced by the beauty of all things on earth.
Born and raised in Burnaby, B.C. Priscilla met her future husband (Jack) while working at the YMCA in Vancouver. They were married two years later in 1951 in Regina.
They travelled worldwide with a career in the Air Force. After their retirement from the military in Edmonton, Priscilla and Jack turned their hobby into a full time business – P & J Ceramics. Priscilla found her true passion and her talents and creativity showed throughout
her beautiful pieces of art.
Moving to Campbell River in 1976, Priscilla and Jack sought a new venture of running National TV & Video for several years which also led to many worldly travels.
Priscilla was a best friend to her husband of 57 years, caring mother to her 3 daughters and grandchildren and friend to many. Priscilla loved and adored children very much. You could always see her face light up at the sound of children playing or laughing.
After Priscilla’s stroke in 2001 Priscilla returned from VGH to restructure her life with the devotion of her husband and family by her side. For the past 8 years her husband made every effort to maintain her dignity while giving her a high quality of life.
The family wishes to acknowledge the team at Yucalta Lodge. Thank you for your laughter and love to Priscilla.
A Celebration of Life will be held in the spring.