Priscilla Reynolds

Priscilla A. Reynolds (Bernard)

Sunday, August 30th, 1936 - Saturday, November 21st, 2020
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West Enfield – Priscilla A. Reynolds, 84, passed away Saturday, November 21, 2020 at a Bangor hospital. She was born August 30, 1936 in Lagrange, the daughter of Edward and Cecilia (Beaulieu) Bernard.

Priscilla grew up in Lagrange and Howland, and was a graduate of Penobscot Valley High School, class of 1955. In high school, Priscilla was very active in the beauty pageant circuit, and won many. She was a captain of the cheer leading squad all four years of high school, which suited her pleasant smile and warm personality. Priscilla was a school bus driver for more than 20 years, and was also a beautician. She loved her family, and was very dedicated to them. Her four boys were active in high school sports, and she never missed a game or event they were involved in. Priscilla will be remembered as a very kind, thoughtful, and loving mother, grandmother, and friend.

She is survived by four sons, Kevin Brent McCannell and his wife Tracia; Richard Norton McCannell, Jr. and his wife Shari, Edward Joseph McCannell and his wife Kelly, and Brian Keith McCannell; nine grandchildren; twenty great grandchildren; a brother, Frances Bernard, Sr.; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins. Priscilla was predeceased by her first husband, Richard N. McCannell, Sr., second husband Gerald Reynolds; and siblings Lorraine Day, Gloria Pinkham, George Paul Bernard, and Edward Bernard, Jr.

Graveside services will be held in the springtime at St. Matthew’s Cemetery, West Enfield. Services will be livestreamed, and messages of condolence expressed, at Priscilla’s Book of Memories at
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Natalie DiPentino

Posted at 06:01pm
I was so sad to read about Priscilla passing in the paper today. My deepest condolences go out to her family.
I met Priscilla on a cold call outreach during covid 19 and she was so delightful to chit chat with on the phone. I looked forward to her calls and sometimes when we hadn't heard from her in a while, Indi and I would call her to talk and see if she needed anything. I had a few opportunities to grab some groceries for her & deliver them at a safe social distance ( Indi usually did it). I regret being so busy that I didn't call her in the last few months.
I met 500 people when I first ran for office ( in person) and made over 3000 calls but Priscilla was the most memorable, most touching and my favorite new person that I met during that adventure. I will never forget her.
Natalie DiPentino

paul caruso

Posted at 12:16pm
got to know priscilla and gerry when i lived and worked in enfield years ago. always remember her as a really nice/gracious woman. wishing peace, comfort, and lots of love for priscilla's family through this time of sorrow.


Paul Theriault

Posted at 07:02am
Sincere condolences to all of Priscilla’s family. There never seems to be adequate words at times like these. Thinking of you all....
Paul Theriault

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