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Priscilla Alice Yunt

08/29/1944 - 08/31/2020

Obituary for Priscilla Alice Yunt

Priscilla Alice Yunt, 76, of Sedalia, MO passed away Monday, August 31, 2020 at Bothwell Regional Health Center. She was born on August 29, 1944 in Sedalia, the daughter of Lee and Ethel (Bostwick) McCoy, who preceded her in death.

Priscilla was the baby girl of a family of twelve children. She worked hard in different factories and she retired from Waterloo Industries. She loved flowers, butterflies, and most of all, her family.

Survivors include two daughters, Sherri Prather (Alan) of Sedalia; and Pam Eddy (Joe), of Marshall; one brother, Beryl McCoy of Sedalia; and three grandchildren, Lance Estes, Brandi Eddy, and Brady Eddy.

Besides her parents, she was preceded in death by ten older siblings, Garland McCoy, Bob McCoy, Alice Carter, Harry McCoy, Eugene McCoy, Roland McCoy, Anita Lothridge, Lee McCoy Jr., Veryl McCoy, and Helen Porter.

A private memorial will be held at a later date. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Rea Funeral Chapel.

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I meant silly so many years ago she watch my children grow up I was married and had a child by her best friend Donald upte Grove and she surely watch me grow up to I'm going to miss her she was like a mother to me I even have my own ashtray in her house she will be very messed I know I'll miss her that loud voice her scared the s*** right out of you I love you Priscilla AKA silly rest high in heaven I'll see you one day
- Tricia ulmer
Im so sorry for your lose ...she was a verey beautiful woman and im so glad i had the chance you meat her and see the beautiful person she was ....and the most beautiful smile...
- Kimberly mCcoy -
So sorry to hear of Priscilla's passing. My thoughts and prayers to Sherry and Pam and the rest of the family
- Arvella Arnwine
I remember Aunt Priscilla and Aunt Helen playing with us as kids. Prissy would try to get at us and Helen would push her away while we hid behind her. I remember her pregnant with both girls. We went to Sedalia on the weekends often to visit the grandparents. Grandma always had a housefull. I have many memories of Priss and I being the youngest child in our families, making us of course the baby and the favorite and loving it everytime we would have to remind the others of that fact. She will be greatly missed and she wouldn't want her children to be sad about her leaving them, but to rejoice in the fact that she raised them up to be strong self sufficient women. We love you and we will miss your "Brat" like ways.
- Jim McCoy
Aunt Priscilla was my smallest most petite aunt! But never underestimate the fiesty energy, strength and love she could pack. This little doll will be greatly missed. I know that she'll be sassing those brothers that left this world ahead of her!
- Sherri Hibdon
Please accept my deepest sympathy
- Linda Boyer

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