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Obituary for Priscilla Ann Smyth Krizan

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Priscilla Ann Smyth Krizan

December 20, 1930 - May 27, 2013

Priscilla, our beloved mother, nana, sister and aunt passed away Monday, May 27th at home surrounded by her family. She fought a long courageous 20 year battle with cancer and is now; free at last, like the butterflies she loved. She was born in Anaconda, Montana on December 20, 1930 and spent her youth there with her parents, brother and two sisters. Priscilla married the love of her life, Robert (Bob) Krizan on August 6, 1949. They lived in Anaconda until 1959 when they moved to Utah. She always called Montana her home. Besides butterflies, she loved her family, the cabin in Island Park, and the house in Mesquite. Her sweetheart, Bob, passed away on January 25th 2006. She will be missed by her daughters, Sandra (Bryan) Floto and Terri (Randy) Kelly, her granddaughter Marci (Nick) Berry and great grandchildren, Colby Johnson, Joshua Berry, Kassie, Kolton and Aspen Floto. Priscilla is also survived by her two sisters Cherie Massett and Jeanette (Del) Tiedemann of Anaconda, several nieces and nephews.

A memorial will be held in Anaconda, Montana at a later date where she will again rest beside her beloved husband.

The family would like to give special thanks to Dr. Kim Davis, Shellece Howell , CNS Hospice Care and Dr. Tricia Ferrin.

 

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Born: December 20, 1930
Died: May 27, 2013

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Kassie Floto posted on 6/19/13

She was my Nana. She's done so much for me and I love her so so much. She will be missed greatly by all her family. I remember, on my birthday once I got old enough, she would give me $50. She was a kind woman all though she was grumpy when she was older. I will always love and remember her. The thing I regret is not having made her a card telling her how much I love her like I planned.

 

Dorothy posted on 6/19/13

Sorry for your loss. And you can have peace of mind know she is where she is meant to be.

 

Marci Berry posted on 6/19/13

My Nana taught me so many things through my life. Most of all, she taught me how to be strong and to always fight for what you believe in. She fought for what she believed in, right up to the end of her life. I am so grateful to have had her as my grandmother. I am truly blessed to have so many amazing memories of her throughout my entire life. I will forever treasure them. She will be greatly missed, and always immensely loved. I can't wait to get to see her again, in heaven, standing with my Gramps, waiting for us to all be together again.

 

Denise & Doug Fife posted on 6/19/13

Our condolences on your loss. Please let us know what we can do to help.

 

Debby Christensen posted on 6/19/13

So many times in my life when I needed someone to listen and give me guidance, my aunt Priscilla was there for me. She was like my other mother when I lived in Utah. I know she is now at peace, up in heaven with loved ones who have gone before her. I will miss her, but I know I will see her again when it's my turn to step through that door. Love you.

 

Brenda,Tammie,Karen,Kathy posted on 6/19/13

We are so grateful that we got to spend time with Aunt Priscilla last year on our family picnic. Priscilla was loved by many and will be missed by all of us.

 

Bob & Martha Hadley posted on 6/19/13

We have known the Krizans for 54 years. We moved into our homes in Roy Utah about the same time so we all raised our familys together. we had fun h golfing , waterskiing, dinners ect. fun times together. We had moved to California after 10 year to persue other employment. We have kept in touch over the years.It is sad when your friends pass away but you remember all the great times We will miss Priscilla.

 

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