1923 – 2015

FARMINGTON — Priscilla B. Bubar, 92, of Farmington, formerly of Littleton, died peacefully on Saturday, Nov. 21, at Orchard Park Rehabilitation and Living Center in Farmington.

She was born Feb. 18, 1923, in Arlington, Mass., the daughter of Maj. Lewis Merrill Bullock and Martha (Steele) Bullock. She received her education in Massachusetts schools and graduated from Northfield Seminary in East Northfield, Mass. She continued her education at Colby Sawyer Junior College in New London, N.H., where she earned her bachelor’s degree in medical technology.

She worked for one year under a registered pathologist at Boston City Hospital, and then opened a laboratory in a clinic at Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. in Boston. In 1947, she married Treston Bubar. They returned in 1949 to Littleton to raise their family on the family farm.

Throughout her career, she was a laboratory technician at Massachusetts Orthopathic Hospital and Peter Bent Brigham Hospital and later, Houlton Regional Hospital. She dedicated many volunteer hours to the greater Houlton community.

Her hobbies included reading, sewing, quilting, painting, drawing, knitting, crocheting and flower-gardening.

On her behalf, her family would like to extend special thanks to Orchard Park Rehabilitation and Living Center for the kind, loving, considerate care given to her and to the Beacon Hospice Care for their care and support.

She is survived by a son, Peter Bliss Bubar and his wife, Stephanie Murphy Bubar, of Littleton; a daughter, Melissa Bubar Allen and her husband, Philip “Phil” Allen, of Farmington; grandchildren, Amanda Bubar Wilson and her husband, Ryan, and their children, Ryder and Reese; and grandson, Nicolas Allen. She also leaves many nieces, nephews and dear friends.

She was predeceased by her husband, Treston; and a grandson, Chris Allen, who died in 2011; two sisters, Helen E. Bullock and Frances Bullock Burhouse; sisters-in-law, Lois Lycette, Marjorie Bubar, Mabel Bubar and Irene London; and brothers-in-law, Ivan Bubar, Harold Lycette and Mansfield London.

Condolences and tributes may be shared on her memorial wall at www.wilesrc.com.

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