“To everything there is a season” ~ Ecc. 3:1
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Priscilla Beveritt began her seasons of Life on June 26,1954. She was born to the union of Wallace & Janie House Sr, their third Blessing from God. She was born in Gadsden County Florida, which is where
she began her early Education at St Johns Elementary School in St. John Community. When the family relocated to Rochester New York, she continued her Education with Rochester City Schools, attending
#27 school, East High School and graduated from Madison High School. While in High School she played softball & Basketball, and had an awesome “Left Hand Shot”. Following her High School
Graduation, she attended Monroe Community College, briefly. Her Employment began with Eastman Kodak Company, following this she worked for New York State Department of Mental Health, as her health
began to fade she became disabled, and enjoyed spending time with others at St Mary’s Social day program.
She was predeceased In Death by her Sister Deborah K. House. She leaves to mourn her death, her two Children William Young Jr. and Tara S. Jefferson, Grand children Xavier, Destiny, William III, Shakira Mack, Latherio Terry. and Micheala Mack, parents Wallace and Janie House, sisters Pastor Dr. Queen E. Jackson (Pastor Dr. Ralph Jackson), Marilyn D Livingston (Pastor Rev. Dr. James W. Livingston), Brothers Wallace House Jr., Kenneth B. House (Tracy House), aunts, uncles and a host of nieces nephews cousins and friends, including members of Inner Faith Gospel Tabernacle, given onto her by God, where she was feed Spiritually, and encouraged to go on a little longer, and see what the end would bring.
On Tuesday, September 8 th Priscilla answered to His voice as she crossed over Jordan, and entered the Season of Eternal Rest Forevermore, where she was greeted as an heir through Christ Jesus. She will be missed by all who knew and Loved her
Memorial Service of her life will be held at: Cathedral of Hope Community Church, 1089 Joseph Ave, at 2PM, on Wednesday September 23.
Any flowers should be delivered here on Wednesday September 23 by 12:00 Noon