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Priscilla Morison Smith, 83, of Peachtree City

Priscilla Morison Smith, 83, of Peachtree City, GA went to be with the Lord on the evening of January 28th , 2011.

She was born to the late George and Eleanor Morison, Jan. 7, 1928, in Arlington, MA. Priscilla graduated from Arlington High School in 1945 and received an Associate’s Degree in Fashion Merchandising from Edgewood Park School in Briarcliff , NY .

She married Raymond Bentley Smith on March 12, 1955. Together they lived in Ohio , New York and Connecticut, before relocating to Miami in 1963, to later retire in Peachtree City in 1990. They were married for 56 wonderful years, enjoying trips to Switzerland and Alaska .

Priscilla spent her life serving those around including her family, church body and community. She cherished encouraging others by sending cards, and visiting the sick of her church. She was an active member of Grace Evangelical Church for 20 years. She was a participant of the Grace Quilters, her church’s quilting group. She also enjoyed making blankets for the expectant mothers of the local Crisis Pregnancy Center .

Priscilla is survived by her loving husband and two daughters: Susan Baird, Birmingham, AL; and Cindy Lisenby, Flower Mound, TX. She also is survived by six grandchildren: Megan, Andrew and Grayson Baird; and Will, Laurie and Matthew Lisenby.

Memorial gifts may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association , Georgia Chapter. Address: 1925 Century Blvd. NE , Suite 10 , Atlanta , Georgia 30345-3315.

A viewing will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday at Mowell and Sons Funeral Home in Peachtree City. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Grace Evangelical Church in Fayetteville .

Carl J. Mowell & Son, Peachtree City, GA


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