From childhood Priscilla was academically precious, winning certificated honors for scholarship and undertaking wider studies, interests and disciplines than her peers. Thus, at only seventeen she was deemed fit to sail alone first to Canada for a pre-college year of study, subsequent to which she entered Cornell University and followed her father's footsteps there in earning her degree in Civil Engineering. She was a member of Cornell's Engineering Society of Women Engineers but soon pursued her dominant interest in real estate, opening her own business as principal broker in 1973 in Honolulu. She was also a licensed broker in Oregon and Arizona. She was a member of the National Institute of Real Estate Brokers and licensed with the National Association of Securities Dealers, a dealer in Securities, and she had an MBA.
A remarkable and lovable person for so many reasons, she highly prized crossing and re-crossing the world, all of which travels she designed and arranged with her quiet and faultless capabilities. She will be missed beyond measure by so many.
Our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the deceased