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Priscilla Ann King

Priscilla Ann King

November 26, 1959 – July 23, 2022

On Saturday July 23, 2022 the sun sat on our beloved, Priscilla Ann King after a brief period of illness. Priscilla was born on November 26, 1959 to the late Elijah Alexander King, Sr. and Alice Ruth Chatman King, in Petersburg, Virginia. She was affectionately called, “PK”, “Ms. P”, “Cilla”, and “Ba”, a nickname given to her by her nephew DaRon.

Priscilla was baptized at Sharon Baptist Church, North Dinwiddie, Virginia. Priscilla graduated from Petersburg High School Class of 1979. Shortly after graduating high school Priscilla moved to Hackensack, New Jersey to live with her sister Helen to make a better living for herself. After the passing of her mother in 1990, Priscilla returned back home to her roots in Petersburg, Virginia. Once back home she settled in with her son Willis and her nephew Harvey in tow.

Priscilla worked in the warehouse industry for most of her adult life and would pick-up part-time jobs from time to time as nothing was too hard for her. Priscilla enjoyed yard work, cleaning her house and most of all cooking for her family. Priscilla was employed at Sabra Dipping Company for eleven years before her health began to decline. She was an avid Pittsburgh Steelers fan.

Priscilla was preceded in death by her parents, Elijah A. and Alice R. King; three sisters, Regina Lynn King Moore and Karen Hill; a brother, Robert; niece, Tameka R. King; a grandson, MiAngel Binns; grandparents, Deacon Robert F. Chatman, Sr. (Flossie), Alice Mitchell Chatman, and Lillian Syndor.

Left to cherish her wonderful memory is her only loving son, Willis Binns, Jr. (who could do no wrong in her eyes) and a daughter-in-law, Laquata; nephew, Harvey Giles III (whom she raised as her own son since the age of seven); five grandchildren all of whom she adored but Elijah Binns was the oldest and the apple of her eye, second heartbeat, Gavin Clanton, twin heartbeats Jayvon and Ja’Vione Binns and the princess of the crew, Harmonii Binns; four devoted sisters, Helen K. Coleman of the home and her caregiver, and Gloria “Linda” King both of Petersburg, Virginia, Phyllis J. Middlebrooks and Tanya King Jones both of South Chesterfield; one devoted brother, Elijah A. King, Jr. (Susan) of Chesterfield, VA;  loving nieces and nephews, Renita King Brown, Darron Brown, Adrian Clark, Billy Clark, Makeisha Coleman, Curtis Coleman, Jeffrey King, Devon King, Markes Jackson, Bernard King, Ernesta Green, Denise Price and Jolisa Williams; great nieces and nephews, Ashley Clark, DaRon Brown, Zahkir Coleman, Ziysha, Zyhana and Z’Kiyah Johnson Coleman, Zyvonna Coleman Bell, Kanaya Green, Zamir and Zaire Coleman and Skylar Grainger, Alajah King, Jamari King, Honey Frazier, Ta’Veon King, Jakobe Bailey, Brooklynn Johnson, Khalil Giles, Harvey “Maurice” Frazier, twins Charvez and Paris Graham; one great-great nephew; DeKari “DJ” Walker, Jr.  Priscilla also leaves three devoted friends, Janice Trotter (of over 50 years), Yirandi Mateo and Veronica Pegram all of whom Priscilla called her sisters; many other relatives, associates and co-workers too numerous to name but to include: Willis Binns (father of her son); special cousins, Milton Carter and Milton Jones; a special co-worker and friend, Stephanie Warren.

Services will be held 12:00 Noon, Saturday, July 30, 2022 at Sharon Baptist Church, 26804 Fort Emory Road, North Dinwiddie, VA, the Rev. Terry Norman, Pastor.  The interment to follow at Dinwiddie Memorial Park.J.M. Wilkerson Funeral Establishment, Inc., 102 South Avenue, Petersburg, VA, (804) 732-8911, Watch the funeral services live online on our J. M. Wilkerson Funeral Establishment, Inc. Facebook page.