Priscilla M. Pelletier, who worked for 41 years in the College’s Dining Service, died on February 14, 2005 in Portland.
Priscilla M. Pelletier, who worked for 41 years in the College’s Dining Service, died on February 14, 2005 in Portland. Born in St. Agatha on August 17, 1921, she moved to Brunswick in 1940 to work in the Verney Mill. She worked in Dining Services at Bowdoin for 41 years, from 1942 until her retirement in 1983. She was elected an honorary member of the Bowdoin Alumni Association. She was a communicant at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, a member of the Daughters of Isabella, Ladies of St. Anne, Third Order of Mary, and the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Post 202 in Topsham. She was predeceased by her husband, Wallace A. Pelletier, whom she married in 1942, and is survived by two daughters, Joanne Pitts of Enterprise, AL, and Dorothy Pelletier of Brunswick; a son, Harold W. Pelletier of Caribou; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; three sisters, Irene St. Pierre of Westbrook, Lucille Collin of Southington, CT, and Gladys Perron of Sarasota, FL.