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Lester R. Grummons Funeral Home

14 Grand Street, Oneonta, NY

OBITUARY

Priscilla Ann Welch

March 20, 1950February 8, 2020

Priscilla Ann Reed Welch, 69, of Myrtle Beach, SC formerly of Goodyear Lake passed away unexpectedly Saturday, February 8, 2020 in South Carolina.

She was born March 20, 1950 the daughter of the late Cameron W. and Grace (Hubbard) Reed.

For many years, Priscilla worked at Wilber National Bank in the Trust Department.

Priscilla was predeceased by her brother, Walter C. Reed.

Graveside memorial services will be held at a later date in the Milford Center Cemetery, Milford Center.

To send an online condolence please visit www.grummonsfuneralhome.com

Arrangements are by the Lester R. Grummons Funeral Home, Oneonta.

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Bonnie Hunt

March 14, 2020

Over several years at "Mother Wilber" "Cil" and I lived through good times and tough times. What always remained was a good friendship, solid work ethic enhanced by great bouts of humor - the most memorable of which being the April Fool's joke on Ben Nesbitt. (Sorry, Ben, I just couldn't resist). It's still the Best!
Not to be forgotten is your grandmother's fabulous brownie recipe! How many times did we get in trouble with Moyer because of all the food on the back counter? There were pizza slices and lunch at The Autumn (do you get the food theme, here?) where we would talk business without disclosing a name, only account numbers - ever diligent, ever professional .... in between bites.
Well, you've moved on. You go, girl. Be sure to give hugs to Sam, Ali and Tif!
~Your lunch buddy, Bonnie

Douglas Gulotty

March 1, 2020

I am one of many touched by the kindness and humor of Priscilla. She was knowledgeable in so many domains, and yet never felt the need to press this upon others.
How I miss finding a trivia question on my desk, knowing who had posed it, and looking forward to her laughter when she had me at a loss or less often the opposite.
She was the definition of a friend- a person who would stand with you when so many others took their leave. She was a woman of great strength and moral certitude, who also knew the joy of an open cockpit sports car and a great glass of wine.
Never how long you loved, always how well you were loved, that is the measure.
Rest well, my friend, rest well. In fond memory, Doug

Debbie and Vic Silvernail

February 27, 2020

Words cannot express the sadness we feel today. To lose such a dear friend so unexpectedly, She will be missed everyday and cherished memories are all we have now. Those memories will hopefully help the heartache being felt now and in the days and weeks and months to follow. Rest Peacefully my friend.