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Priscilla Beverly Glynn

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On Saturday, September 28, 2019.  Priscilla B. Glynn, sweet natured sister of Nancy B. Glynn, passed away in her home oasis.  Priscilla spent her working life as a writer/editor extraordinaire for the federal government. 

At Priscilla’s request, no service is planned. 

Interment will be Thursday, October 10, 2019 at 11:00 am at Pohick Church, Lorton VA. 

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to either Claddagh Farm, 5170 Jeffersonton Road, Jeffersonton, VA 22724 or the National Humane Education Society, P. O. Box 97138, Washington, DC 20090.

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  1. I am so very sorry to learn of Priscilla’s passing. I worked with Priscilla at USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service. She was a dedicated, hard-working public affairs specialist, who took on demanding writing, editing, layout and design tasks and completed them quickly, meticulously and creatively. Priscilla was an excellent writer, who found emotional and intellectual release in the written word. She loved her sister Nan and animals, especially cats, very much. Priscilla will be missed by all who loved and knew her. She is free from earthly constraints now and is with her parents. She is closer to God and His angels. May she Rest In Peace.

  2. My deepest condolences, Nancy, on the loss of your sweet sister. I first met Priscilla in September 2001, when I began working at USDA’s Foreign Ag Service’s public affairs office with her. We were eventually office mates in the South Building, just before she transferred to ATF. She was a highly principled and consummate professional who inspired those of us who worked with her to want to do our very best work. I’m grateful to her for paving the way for me to join her in the Correspondence Unit of ATF’s Public and Government Affairs Division. I’ll continue to think of her always, and my support and prayers go out to you in your bereavement. 

  3. Priscilla was indeed a remarkable editor and writer. I worked with her for years at USDA. She was a loyal friend and, Nan, she loved you dearly. She had great compassion for all animals, her own and others. At this time of bereavement, I pray for God’s grace to lift your heavy heart.

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