Priscilla Sue Vance, 75, Warsaw, passed away Friday, Aug. 12, 2016 after an extended illness. She was surrounded by her loving family at the time of her passing.
One of six children, she was the daughter of Erwin Stevens and Doris (Vanderpool) Stevens. Priscilla was born on Nov.11, 1940 in Warsaw. She was a 1958 graduate of Leesburg High School, Leesburg. She was also the valedictorian of her class. Later, she would graduate from International Business College in Fort Wayne.
On Feb. 3, 1962, Priscilla was united in marriage to Everett Vance in Warsaw. Together the two would share nearly 55 years and many memories. Everett survives in Warsaw
Priscilla worked as a secretary for Peter Eckrich and Sons, Fort Wayne, and as a realtor for Center Realty, Warsaw.
An avid reader, she fancied murder mysteries and was a fan of Agatha Christie. She liked all kinds of animals, especially dogs. Above all else, Priscilla was a loving, caring mother.
In addition to her husband, Everett, those left to cherish memories of Priscilla include her two daughters: Teresa (and husband, John) Carpenter and Stefanie Vance, both of Warsaw; three grandchildren: Jason (and wife, Ashley) Baker, Warsaw; Jessica Baker, Pierceton; and Kylie Carpenter, Warsaw; three great-grandchildren; three sisters: Sandra (and husband, Bill) Vanator, Berne; Carolyn Robinson, Warsaw; and Donna (and husband, Donald) Robinson, Warsaw; and a brother: Robert (and wife, Nora) Stevens, Warsaw.
Those who preceded Priscilla in passing include her parents: Erwin and Doris Stevens; and a sister: Martha Fawley.
Friends may gather with the family to share memories in Titus Funeral Home, 2000 East Sheridan Street, Warsaw, from 6-7 p.m Tuesday, Aug. 16 and again from 11-noon Wednesday, Aug. 17.
A funeral service celebrating Priscilla’s life will take place at noon Wednesday in the funeral home. Pastor Dave Hummel will officiate the service with burial will be in Warsaw’s Oakwood Cemetery.
The family has asked that gifts of memory be directed to Animal Welfare League of Kosciusko County, PO Box 1906, Warsaw, IN 46581-1906.
Titus Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.