Priscilla Armstrong, 74, of Baltimore, a former Buffalo resident, died Saturday (Oct. 20, 2001) in Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center, Baltimore, after a long illness.
Born Priscilla Waldo in Vermont, she earned a bachelor's degree in social work from Boston University. She married Robert M. Armstrong in 1947 and lived in Chicago and New York City before coming to Buffalo in 1965.
She was a social worker for the Cook County Department of Social Services in Chicago. In Buffalo, she was an activities director for Presbyterian Homes of Western New York, where her husband was executive director.
She was active in Westminster Presbyterian Church, the YWCA and the Analytical Psychology Society of Western New York.
She and her husband moved to Indianapolis in 1984 and to the Baltimore area two years later. He died in 1999.
Surviving are a son, Keith of San Francisco; a daughter, Sally Hermann of Buffalo; a sister, Joanne Bixby of Attleboro, Mass.; a brother, Everett Waldo of San Diego; and three grandchildren.
A memorial service will be scheduled.