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Priscilla D'Arcy

Priscilla D'Arcy

Saturday, February 18th, 1922 - Monday, May 11th, 2020
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D’ARCY, Priscilla

Passed away peacefully on Monday, May 11, 2020 at Joseph Brant Hospital in Burlington at the age of 98. Born in Dublin, Ireland to the Late William and Louisa D’Arcy. Priscilla will be fondly remembered by her sister Frances D’Arcy as well as many nieces, nephews, grand nieces and grand nephews, especially Alexandra, Jaqueline and Tommy who she lived for and who adored her very much. Predeceased by her siblings John, Eileen, Louise and Olive. Priscilla was a veteran in WWII with the British Forces A.T.S and served with the R.U.R. in Northern Ireland. She was also affiliated with R.A.M.C. 29th British General Hospital and served in Belgium and Germany and at the Liberation of Belsen Concentration Camp. She was a dedicated and long-time employee of Toronto Eaton Co. until her retirement. The family would like to thank all of the doctors and nurses at Joseph Brant Hospital, especially Dr. Foster, for their kindness, compassion and exceptional care. In keeping with Priscilla’s wishes, Cremation has taken place and a Funeral Service will be held at a later date. As an expression of sympathy, donations to The Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund would be greatly appreciated.
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Grainne Malcolm

Posted at 04:36pm
Thinking of you and sincerest condolences
Your dear friend,
Grainne Malcolm
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Susun Eindhoven

Posted at 11:17pm
We were very sorry to hear about Priscilla. She and Florence have been great neighbors to my Mom and Dad. My Dad says that remembers going to 95th Birthday party. She was a very spry Lady and she will definitely be missedé

With the deepest of sympathy

Roy King, Sue, Ron and Jackie Eindhoven
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