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Priscilla Lee (Dumas) Houle

October 10, 1973 ~ November 20, 2020 (age 47)


            With great sadness on November 20th, 2020 our beautiful mother, sister, aunty, niece, godmother, wife, cousin, Priscilla Lee Houle passed away peacefully by her children & husband’s side at the St. Boniface Hospital at the age of 47 years old .

            Priscilla will be greatly missed by her husband Keith Houle “Happy”; children Renahh (John), Aric (Chereen), Isaiah (Hope), Keith Jr (Trivia); Priscilla’s pride & joy her grandchildren; Johannah, Johnson, Bly, Joshua, Aalaylah, Alton, Johneah, Aric Jr, Joveah, Zayden, Jaelynn, Skyler, Chereen Jr., Adley, Johnny, Sheena-marie, Paizley, Zendaya. Priscilla is survived by her parents; Lorna & Noel Campbell, Clarence & Lillian Morse;  siblings Levi (Verna), Shawna (Mike), Junior (Wenonah), Mitchell (Christen), nieces & nephews; Vincent, Stephan, Nicholas, Jared, Zach, Cyrus, Bryce, Chase, Dayson, Sierra, Wenayah, along with other numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, aunties, uncles and her best friend of 33 years Tanya Roulette “Ducky”, also many friends from all over!

            Priscilla was predeceased by her grandparents Gloria & Everard Blanchard, Ronald & Pat Coyne, Dan & Alice Morse, mother-in-law Mable Houle; her sister-in-law Trish Houle; grandson Jacob Lee Spence; sisters Sherry Campbell, Jo-anne Campbell and Roxanne Morse.

            Priscilla loved life to the fullest no matter how sick she was, she was kind, loving, caring, and honest. She never let her sickness bring her down, she may have had her days but she would still shake it off.  Her grandchildren where her pride and joy – she loved every single one of them. She did everything for them, even when she had to move away from home because of her heart condition they where her strength. She loved working, and loved to cook, loved doing yard work with her husband (they always loved to have a beautiful yard). Happy and Priscilla enjoyed 25 years together, married for 4 years, they shared a love that no one could ever explain. She loved all of her children and always encouraged them and told them she was proud of them. She loved getting her nails done (Girls Day as they would call it) with her girl Renahh & sister Shawna whom she was very close with. Also loved her big bro Levi. She took care of him as he was growing up, she had many memories with her siblings. She also had a close bond with her daughters-in law & her son-in-law Johnny 5. They had an awesome bond – they could tease each other and just enjoy even when she was giving him shit and with the girls she always face timed them and had great visits. All her kids loved to go spend time with her in the city. They all made many beautiful memories. These past years haven’t been the same but as a family they made it work. Her mother was always by her side and loved her dearly. Priscilla was very adamant about getting her Christmas shopping done while she was in the hospital and she would be face timing her husband telling him what to get where – happy to say that they pretty much finished and Happy wrapped and wrapped because that’s what she wanted. She was always joking around with everyone and loved to laugh and prank people on the phone which she was really good at. She was a wise woman and very smart, she was jack of all trades knew how to do everything. She took pride in her work and the store her and her husband built until she had to leave to the city. She loved food, Chinese & pizza where her fav and also rice with mushroom soup, she had many favourites! We will all miss her dearly, miss her beautiful smile it was so contagious & her laugh her laugh was amazing. She was always there for others no matter what her situation was she was always a helping hand to everyone. Priscilla was one of a kind like her nephew Cyrus would say, “This is not goodbye we will all see her in our dreams and she will be watching over us all!”

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