Priscilla was born in May 1924 in Halbrite, Saskatchewan, daughter of Herbert and Mary Kennedy. In 1934, the family moved to the Arborfield district. In 1935, her dad passed away and in 1937 her mom married Wilfred Lussier. They instantly became a big happy family with 11 children.
In 1948, Priscilla married the love of her life, Peter Potié. They spent the first 20 years of married life on the farm in a log house built in 1917 by Henri Potié which is still standing today.
She leaves to cherish her memories, her daughters: Beatrice (Paul) Almquist, Rita Cummings, Linda (Cameron) Hurnard, Shirley (Ron) Thomas, and Janet (Stan) Neu; and her son Stanley (Joann) Potié; grandchildren: Cory Almquist, Lee (Angela) Cummings, Rachelle Ladyka, Kent (Jennifer) Cummings, Christopher (Jennifer) Rurka, Kimberly (Shawn) Van Huuksloot, Bradley (Whitney) Neu, Jeffery (Bailey) Neu, Lindsay (Ashley) Neu, Madison Neu, Ryan Potié, Courtney Potié, and Megan Potié; great-grandchildren: Grace, Halle, and Elyse; Riley and Kali; Mackenzie and Kayla, Khole, Kennedy and Logan; Ashton, Skylar, and Jaden; Jonathan, Ava, Ella, Lukas, Dawson and Carter; Bennett and Logan; stepbrother, Clarence Lussier; stepsister, Rose Kennedy; and half brother, Paul Lussier.
Priscilla was predeceased by her husband, Peter Potié; parents, Herbert and Mary Kennedy Lussier; her stepdad, Wilfred Lussier; brothers Arnold, Jim, Germaine, Bazil and Herbert; sisters Loretta and Marie; stepbrothers Pete and Johnny; stepsister, Denise; half-brother Morgan; son-in-law, Clifford Cummings; and grandson-in-law, Leroy Ladyka.
The family would also like to thank Priscilla’s extended family at the Arborfield Care Home. The care and attentions she received over the past 12 years has been tremendous.