Let the memory of Priscilla be with us forever.
  • 78 years old
  • Born on August 7, 1940 .
  • Passed away on April 13, 2019 .

Priscilla  was born in Corbin, Kentucky to Clifton and Izetta Carroll.  She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 58 years, Donald G. Leet in 2016,  and also by her parents and her brother Glenn Carroll.  She is survived by her daughters Cindy and Romy Leet, her grandson Brandon Leet, her sister Diana Carroll(Snell,Doug- husband), sister-in-law April Carroll and many nieces and nephews and devoted longtime family friends including Ronald Dabbelt of Oakwood, Larry Smith of Culpepper, Virginia,Carl and Onda Francis of Cincinnati, James and Cathy Swisher of Kettering and many many more.

Priscilla’s family, both blood-related and chosen, meant the world to her. She was always there for her friends and family with a good word, a laugh, or a delicious homemade goody, and ready to celebrate any social occasion with a smile, some great music, and a highball (Priscilla drink). To Cindy and Romy, she was the “fun” mom, whose house everyone gravitated to, simply because she made it so welcoming and always filled it with love and laughter. For the family’s close friends, the Leet household became the only place to go for New Year’s Eve or summer parties in the back yard.

Priscilla was not just the heart of the family, she was also an integral part of the BookShoppe, a Dayton bookstore she and Don owned and operated for many years, and for a few years a valued employee and friend of the Skywriter, the Wright Patterson newspaper.

She and Don also shared their love of travel, movies, and book and antique collecting throughout their years together, traveling or cruising to many local and international destinations all over the world, especially in the Caribbean. Priscilla’s final travel destination, her last “Sentimental Journey” is now complete, and she now rests in the loving arms of Don and all those who have gone before.  We wish her Bon Voyage. She will never be gone from our memories or our hearts.   

To help us share memories of her, please come and share with us a celebration of her life beginning at 4 pm on April 27, at the Moraine Eagles hall,  3143 Elbee Road, Moraine, Ohio.   

Professional arrangements entrusted to W.E. Lusain Funeral Home.

Posted by Davd Bryan on April 27, 2019
Priscilla....................Cindy and Romey's Mom was a Mom to all of us who hung out or visited in their home. Always welcoming and Loving
Can't remember a single time she ever raised her voice to anyone.
She was a selfless person who got joy from pleasing others
One night shortly after High School a group of us showed up at her door half drunk and covered in mud up our necks.... she just took it in stride, no big deal .. She washed our clothes for us, helped clean us up....fed us 
Some went on home those who couldn't spent the rest of the night in her living room
That's just the kind of woman she was
Always considering the needs and comfort of others before her own.
My life is brighter for having known her and her light will shine in the memory of my heart always
Posted by Anne Mantia on April 26, 2019
Rest in peace priscilla..
Posted by April Carroll on April 23, 2019
You were loved by all. Will miss my other "sister". Love you Priscilla, see you on the other side

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