Priscilla Mary Wright
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On April 21, 2022 God decided He needed Priscilla therefore she was peacefully brought home. She was the daughter of the late Raul Fournier and Katherine Pare. She lived the majority of her life down Sconticut Neck in Fairhaven, MA before moving to Bradenton, FL 15 years ago. She was the beloved wife of Jack Wright with whom she shared 63 years of marriage. In addition to her husband she is survived by her three sons, Matthew and his wife Suzanne of MA, Mark and his wife Jane of AL, Michael and his wife Jill of MA, daughter Melissa (Wright) Mello and her husband Paul also of Bradenton, FL. Nine grandchildren, Nicholas Mello, Jack Mello, Harrison Mello, Tiffany (Wright) Sousa, Michael Wright, Jr., Alexa Wright, Marcus Wright, Garrett Garofalo, Galen Garofalo along with two great grandchildren Emma Wright and Jaxon Sousa, her brother Ronald Fournier of MA, her sister Robin Caron of MA, her brother Jack Carvalho of GA and many nieces and nephews. Priscilla's most favorite times were her love of cooking and sitting amongst her family and friends talking, enjoying her delicious creations on one of her most elegant sets of Royal Doulton china. She also loved gardening, her gardening clubs, sewing beautiful clothes, cross-stitching and making wonderful quilts. For years she loved working at Patenaude Jewelers in Fall River where she spent most of her earnings on their stunning jewelry pieces. She enjoyed being involved in the Historical Society and proudly shared the history of her home in Fairhaven, which is on display at the New Bedford Whaling Museum. And lastly her travels throughout the years especially her visits to Japan and Greece. Words just overflow like a fountain for our Priscilla, wife, mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend who lived a beautiful life from start to end. She shared an amazing legacy with *her Jack* reaching the rare height of 63 years of love, laughter and tears. Her greatest gifts were her wisdom and knowledge of life and the bible. To know her was to be loved by her along with the many family and friends who came to know Jesus through her. Her family will miss her big presence in their lives but rejoice knowing she finished so well believing she's in heavenly peace as the good and faithful servant she was. In lieu of flowers please make donations to St. Jude's Children's Hospital. online condolences at www.skywaymemorial.com