Priscilla Jane Fiscus, 81, of Hemet, CA, went home to be with her Lord Jesus on November 22, 2020.
She was born to the late Frank and Edna Lillo in Brackenridge, PA on October 6, 1939.
Priscilla graduated from Har-Brack High School and afterwards completed business school before starting her family. After raising her children, she attended and graduated Bethesda Bible School in La Mesa, CA in 1981, later using this training to become ordained in ministry by a local area church. After starting a local business in Hemet, CA, she worked tirelessly with her husband to make the endeavor a success. Later, after working several other professional positions, she finished her career and retired from Mt. San Jacinto College in San Jacinto, CA.
She was married to the late Everett G. Fiscus Jr. for forty years and resided in several locations around the country before settling in Hemet, CA in 1977.
Priscilla is survived by a sister: Ann Kirkland of San Bernardino, CA, a brother: Frank Lillo of Hemet, CA. She is also survived by four children: Jeffrey Fiscus and Jo Ann Fiscus of Meridian, ID, Jerry Fiscus and wife Laura of Grafton, WV, Ricky Fiscus of Hemet, CA and Dawn Fiscus of Hemet, CA. Also surviving are four grandchildren: Jordan Fiscus and wife Abby of Meridian, ID, Jenna Fiscus of Fruitland, ID, Chuck Henderson and wife Courtney of Vienna, WV and Mark Henderson of Williamstown, WV. She was predeceased of her husband Everett in 1999.
Priscilla was a devoted wife, mother, sister, friend and employee. She was the example of “Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord and not men.” (Col. 3:23) First and foremost, she was dedicated to her walk with Christ and instilled Godly values into her children, valuing that above everything else. She loved studying God’s Word and spent many hours talking with others to help them, using her knowledge of scripture to lead them to answers. Family was important to her, and she loved her children, always having time to talk with them, even as adults. She was also a woman of courage, as in her later years faced many physical trials. She always counted on her faith to pull her through each adversity, remembering God’s promises in Psalm 91,that the Lord would be with her in times of trouble. Truly she will be missed here on this earth, and all her children will rise up and call her blessed. (Prov. 31:28) It would be her desire that all reading this would come to faith in Christ, that they would see her again.
Due to restrictions from COVID- 19 in the state of California, the Memorial service will be postponed until a later date.