Priscilla Gould

Obituary of Priscilla May Gould

Priscilla, Pud, May Gould (Knights) age 96, passed away peacefully at her home October 7, 2020. She was born in Illinois on May 31, 1924. She married the love of her life, Everett J Gould, in Royal Oak, Michigan, who preceded her in death in 2003. Priscilla is survived by her children, Judith S. Gould, Donna L Whiteley, and James E Gould; as well as grandchildren, Deanna L Barnett, Ross R Piper and Parnell White; additionally great grandchildren, Alaena Knapp, Kaitlyn Knapp and Ryalah Piper. She loved and touched them all deeply. Her family moved to Michigan when she was in high school. There she met her husband, Everett, and they lived in Michigan until 1996 when they moved to Las Vegas. Pud had friends from all walks of life and lived life fully. She was a loving mother, favorite aunt and caring friend, ready to drop what she was doing to help someone or just get together. Many will remember her chocolate chip cookies and the corn roast she and Everett hosted yearly. She enjoyed camping and classic cars with her husband, family and friends. Their favorite activities were water skiing, swimming, boating, and car shows. Her circle of friends was large. After moving to Las Vegas friends were treated to terrific guided tours when they visited. Priscilla was active playing Texas Hold’em and bridge as well as enjoying water exercise classes. She volunteered for 10 years at Spring Valley Hospital. Pud had a great outlook on life. She was social, enjoyed going places and meeting people. She was not one to be envious of what others had but appreciate what was hers. She was vibrant, caring and satisfied with life. The family had a small gathering in the home to reminisce, tell stories and share chocolate chip cookies on October 10th 2020. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to
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