FARMINGTON — Priscilla Lee, 77, of Wilton, died late Wednesday evening at Edgewood Manor Rehabilitation Center in Farmington.

She was born in Rumford on Nov. 16, 1940, a daughter of Earland and Mary (Mason) Bowie, and attended Stephens High School and Dirigo High School. She was a graduate of Mid-State College. She worked at Parker’s Mill in Weld and later at Forster Manufacturing Co. and G.H. Bass. On May 29, 1959, she married Robert E. Lee Jr., and they later divorced. Mrs. Lee was a member of the Apostolic Church in Wilton, and was known for her cooking; especially rolls, pies and donuts. She enjoyed playing games, especially bingo, was an avid reader. She enjoyed going on rides while watching for wild life. She also loved to pick berries.

She is survived by her children: Steve (Eleanor) Lee of Wilton, Robert Lee III of Jay, Michael of Chesterville, Walter (Mary) of Carthage, Jayson of Farmington, John of Portland and Lorilynn Lee Blodgett (Kris) of Rumford; siblings: Melvin Bowie of New Hampshire, Shirley Bachelder of Windham, Elsie Dill of Industry, Muriel Bachtel of Ohio, Benny Bowie of Carthage, Dorothy “Dot” Campbell of Wells and Sharon Bowie of Farmington; many grandchildren and great grandchildren; nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by a son, Andrew; siblings Wendell, Earland Jr. and Robert Sr.

Condolences and memories and a memorial video may be shared on her memorial wall at

Priscilla Lee

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