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Priscilla Ann Miozza

January 3, 1950 — March 15, 2024


Priscilla Ann Miozza, lovingly known as Priscilla passed away on Friday, March 15, 2024 in Dothan, AL. Priscilla's journey began on January 3, 1950, in Fall River, Massachusetts, a place that always held a special corner in her heart no matter where life took her.

Priscilla's life was a tapestry woven with love, kindness, and memorable moments. She was the beating heart of her family, enveloping each member with a love that knew no bounds. Priscilla was the beloved partner of Alan Fendlay; the love of her life, their bond was a testament to what true companionship could be. Her legacy lives on through her children, her son, Joseph Dwyer, and daughter, Carrie Kowalski, and Alan's son, Alan Whiteside. She was a pillar of strength and affection for her adoring grandchildren, Abigail, Allyson, Kyle, and Kayla Kowalski, and Kyle Dwyer; and her great-granddaughter Stella, each of whom brought boundless joy to her days.

One of seven siblings, Priscilla's life was a celebration with her brothers and sisters. They shared a lifetime of laughter, support, and the treasured stories that only families can weave. Priscilla's role as a homemaker was one she embraced with grace and fervor. She was the unwavering foundation upon which her family was built; her home was a haven of comfort where everyone was welcome.

Beyond the home, Priscilla was a woman who lived her values each day, meeting the world with a spirit that was both kind and formidable. She was the kind-hearted lady who didn't take any nonsense, handling life's challenges with resilience and wisdom. Friends and family will remember Priscilla's incredible memory, a cherished repository of family history and personal anecdotes that she shared with both warmth and wit.

Her interest in others never waned, and she was the person you could turn to for advice, for comfort, or for a genuine conversation. Her ability to listen and truly understand made her an invaluable presence in the lives of all who knew her. As we bid farewell to Priscilla, we hold dear the memories and lessons she imparted. Her spirit, a beacon of love and resilience, will continue to guide and influence generations to come.

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