Winter Garden, Florida

Jan 23, 1948 – Nov 24, 2016 (Age 68)


January 23, 1948
November 24, 2016
Winter Garden, Florida


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PRISCILLA DAWN HOLLEY LUCAS. Heaven received an angel this past Thanksgiving morning, November 24, 2016. Priscilla was born January 23, 1948, in Huntington, W.Va., a daughter of Phyllis Davis Brace of Barboursville, W.Va., and Dalton "Buck" Holley (deceased) of Burlington, Ohio. She was a longtime companion and loving wife of Gary "G.G." Gaines Lucas (deceased) of Mont Verde, Florida. Upon graduating from Huntington East High School in 1965, Priscilla moved to Orlando, Fla., where she raised her daughter, Kimberly Dawn Johnson Compton. Priscilla was a successful real estate agent with Century 21 Orlando for many years. As an entrepreneur, she opened her own real estate appraisal company. After retiring from the real estate industry, Pris enjoyed her most recent endeavor as owner and operator of the bakery, Party Flavors. Pris and her team earned many industry awards, such as countless Vendor's Choice awards, The Best Weddings and the coveted The Hall of Fame. Many industry peers and friends said that Pris' smile would light up any room. Her three granddaughters, Tiffany Compton, Apryl Compton and Jesse Compton, were the reason behind that fantastic smile. Added to these blessings were her four great-grandchildren, Connor, Ryder, Holland and Harper. They were her life. She loved these children "to the moon and back." Additional survivors include Priscilla's sister whom she loved dearly, Teresa Jane "Janie" Holley Cardoza of Mont Verde, Florida, her West Virginia and Florida families, and a multitude of friends. A memorial service in Priscilla's honor will be held at First Baptist Church in Mont Verde, Fla., on Saturday, December 3, 2016. The Orlando wedding industry is holding a celebration of Pris' life on December 1. Priscilla will always be remembered by friends and family as a wonderful soul and kind spirit. Rest easy, our beautiful and dear friend, until we meet again.

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To the family, so very sorry for your loss, your precious family will remain in our prayers. As you take each day one step at a time and hold on to the loving memories of your loved one, may God grant you strength to see each day through. 2 Corinthians 4:7

Pris will live in our hearts forever. We are so glad we got to visit her incredible bakery and see first hand all that she accomplished. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of her family and friends. She will be sorely missed. Love, Malcolm and Vicki Booth