Priscilla Ann Waterman

January 3, 1968 ~ January 29, 2014

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Priscilla Ann Waterman, 46, Sioux Falls, died unexpectedly, Wednesday, January 29, 2014, at her home.

Memorial services will be held Saturday, February 8, 2014, at 11:30am, at Celebrate Community Church, Sycamore Ave. location, in Sioux Falls. Pastor Blaze Johnson will be officiating.

Priscilla Ann Waterman was born in Altoona, PA. She moved to South Dakota where she graduated from high school in Lennox, SD.

Ann, as known by her friends, was always a hard working person who took notice of her customers while on the job. She got to know her customers by name and treated them special. Ann had a heart of gold. She loved her family and took special interest in her three children and her granddaughter, Evelynn.

Ann will be deeply missed by her three children, Christina Waterman, Minneapolis, MN, Steven Waterman, and Anthony Waterman, both of Sioux Falls; one granddaughter, Evelynn; her three siblings, Maggie (Kent) Franey, William Goldberg, Sioux Falls, and Wayne Colbert; and many nieces, nephews and cousins throughout the US.

Ann is preceded in death of her parents, Debra and Gilbert Dixon.

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  • William Goldberg says:

    Ann is very much loved and will be missed.

  • Garry Daggitt says:

    I Loved you with all my heart and always will

  • Wayne Colbert says:

    You are missed Ann. You no longer have all the crap life throws at us. You are at peace.:) Sleep,and rest sis. I will soon see you again. Life in this world is short. Now you are in a better place.You had a heart of gold, and I will always carry that with me.

    Love brother,
    Wayne

  • Wayne Colbert says:

    I wish you sweet sleep, my sister dear.
    Although there’s so much that you’ve left bare
    I hate that you had to endure such pain
    On my mind, your saddened eyes have left a stain.

    I want to know what crossed your mind
    Unspoken words you’ve left behind
    Undone things we’ll never do
    No sharing thoughts you never knew.

    A peace has fallen upon your head
    A taste of sorrow we have been fed
    It really is like a hole in our lives
    One swiftly dug but carved out by knives.

    But I have hope that those sleeping will rise
    The Bible says that God will open their eyes.
    No suffering, sickness, yes not even pain,
    Those who did good, eternal life they’ll gain.

    So… sleep on my sister, sleep tight
    For now with you the sky is night.
    But after night will come daybreak
    Therefore I will wait hoping to see you awake.

  • Marijo says:

    Oh Ann! How I miss your smile. I enjoyed our time together sharing scripture and Max Lucado. I wish that time had not ended so soon. Your were a real presence in my life and a bright light to those around you. You are safe and warm now. His arms HAVE reached out to take you in and rock you back and forth. I know you are resting against His breast and are being lulled by the heartbeats of God. You no longer have to wait to see His face. A quote from Catherine De Hueck Servant of God that meant a lot to both of us was “A human life may sometimes look too short to be worth much, but God, who sees the works of His hands from the perspective of enduring love, clothes even the passing wildflowers with splendor. We are only dust, but beloved dust.” Now it has come to pass. I will miss you friend.

  • Nancy Bohr says:

    My thoughts and prayers are with your siblings, and most of all Christina, Steven, and Anthony. I have been grandma to them most of their lives, and love them with my heart. Although I didn’t know you well, you are now at peace and know you are with other loved ones and can now know peace.

  • Linda Barrett says:

    Family is in my Prayers and her freinds as well may she rest in peace

  • Connie Marrowbone says:

    Ann’s life causes me to think about how we all affect each other. I did not know her very well, but she made me smile when our paths crossed. She meant a lot to my brother John,and to other co-workers and people that she reached out to in her day to day life. I remember thinking that she had a lot of potential and I guess we cannot know what all could have been, but I know she will be missed. It is my prayer that her family and friends will experience the peace and comfort that God has to offer in their hearts and that we will take the value that Ann added to our lives with us as a gift to make us stronger and more compassionate to others.

  • William Goldberg says:

    My family wants to thank you all for coming to Ann’s memorial service and showing your love and support in this trying time. We also thank Pastor Blaze Johnson at Celebrate for putting everything together so we could have a peaceful service to remember Priscilla Ann. Also special thanks to the Funeral home director Todd at heartland funerals for helping us get through this process and also for puttting together a bullet for Pastor Blaze. We also want Priscilla’s children to know they are very much loved and we too lost our Mother at a young age your grand-mother was only 39 years of age when she went home. We can relate to this lets all pull together and shine forth. And may all the praise and Glory be to our Savior Yeshua, Jesus in Hebrew.
    PSALM 95:1-3 Oh come, let us sing to the LORD! Let us shout joyfully to the Rock of our salvation. Let us come before His presence with thanksgiving; let us shout joyfully to Him with psalms. For the LORD is the great God, and the great King above all gods.

    Love, William Goldberg, Priscilla Ann’s brother

  • Judy Lottman says:

    I’m sorry I missed the memorial. Annie was like one of my own kids. We talked about that just a few months ago. She was friends with both of my kids. I didn’t get to see her much after they all grew up, except where she was working. I am really going to miss seeing that smile and the twinkle in her eyes and her joyful spirit. Peace be with her children, family and friends. She is with Jesus now.

  • Maggie Franey says:

    Dear Sister Ann,
    I Love you and always will. I miss you very much and wished we could have time together like the old times. I know you are now one of the angels up in Heaven, watching over all of us. You are no longer suffering for that I am happy for. I will always keep close to me in my heart that great smile you had. We will meet again when the Lord calls for me and I very much look forward to that. Thank you to all that were there for the family at Ann’s service. I wish everyone who loved and knew Ann, Love, Happiness, Peace and Joy and remember life is short live it to the best. God Bless Everyone.

  • Maggie Franey says:

    IN LOVING MEMORY FOR OUR LOVED AND MISSED ANN…THANK YOU TO WAYNE FOR SHARING THIS I THOUGHT THIS SAID IT ALL AND , I WANTED TO SHARE THIS ALSO, BECAUSE IT IS BEAUTIFUL AND WELL SAID. GOD BLESS AND PEACE BE WITH YOU. MY PRAYERS AND THOUGHTS GO OUT EACH AND EVERYONE OF ANN’S CHILDREN AND ALL THAT LOVED HER.
    I wish you sweet sleep, my sister dear.

    Although there’s so much that you’ve left bare
    I hate that you had to endure such pain
    On my mind, your saddened eyes have left a stain.

    I want to know what crossed your mind
    Unspoken words you’ve left behind
    Undone things we’ll never do
    No sharing thoughts you never knew.

    A peace has fallen upon your head
    A taste of sorrow we have been fed
    It really is like a hole in our lives
    One swiftly dug but carved out by knives.

    But I have hope that those sleeping will rise
    The Bible says that God will open their eyes.
    No suffering, sickness, yes not even pain,
    Those who did good, eternal life they’ll gain.

    So… sleep on my sister, sleep tight
    For now with you the sky is night.
    But after night will come daybreak
    Therefore I will wait hoping to see you awake.

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