Priscilla Sellars, 76, passed away on December 27, 2021. She was born in Baltimore, Md. to mother Sophie Strother Sellars and father Earl L. Sellars. She was a resident of the Tidewater area for 58 years. She was a professional bass guitarist, and vocalist and played in the Stringettes. She is a graduate of Granby High School and Studied at Princess Anne Business College. She was a court stenographer with the civil service. She was multi-talented. Priscilla was an actress for New Dominion Pictures. She joined many dance teams. Potpourri of Praise, former dancer at DanceSportVA Ballroom dancing at USA Dance Chapter #6008 Tidewater VA., Rejoice Dancers and “A Time to Dance” dance Studio. In the 60’s she was a professional Go-Go Dancer. Priscilla had a skill with fascinating languages such as: stenography, fluent in shorthand, sign language interpreter and even spoke in tongues. She was a prayer warrior and prayed with the Intercessors for America. Priscilla loved Kempsville Presbyterian Church, Rock Church and Daystar Programming. Priscilla travelled to see the Holy Land Experience in Orlando, Florida. She was Pro-Life, and went to the Billy Graham Crusades. She is survived by her niece Deborah Palmer of Deltona, Fl, nephew Glenn Davis of Arlington, TX, great nephew Danny Markham of San Diego, CA, great nephew Scott Markham of Bristol, Fl, great great nephew Skyler Markham of Deltona, Fl, great great niece Anikka Markham of San Diego, CA and great great nephew Brendan Markham of Pierson, Fl. She was preceded in death by her mother and father, sister Marcella Davis of Grand Prairie, sister Lana Quinn of Va. Beach, nephew Darryl Davis of Burleson, TX and nephew Joe Woolard of Chesapeake.
She was loved dearly by her family and friends and will be missed! A memorial service will be delayed till the end of January due to the new COVID wave. It has been set to be on Saturday January 29, 2022, the day before her birthday as a celebration of life at 3:00. It will be held at Family Choice on Indian River Rd.
In Lieu of flowers, donations could be made to the Alzheimer’s Association to honor her mother who passed away in July.
She is now dancing with the KING!!Send FlowersPlant a Tree