BLUE HILL – Priscilla Anne Marden Heney, 82, died Aug. 2, 2004. She was born Nov. 10, 1921, in Boston, Mass., to Allen Harriman Marden and Doris (Littlefield) Marden. Graduating from high school in Tenafly, N.J., she attended Miami University in Ohio, Class of 1942, marrying Charles Alfred Heney of Poughkeepsie, N.Y., in February 1943. With Chuck serving in the ETO, she worked with the Red Cross in the Panama Canal Zone. After the war they moved to Fort Collins, Colo., where she received her B.S. at Colorado A & M (Colorado State) and election to Phi Kappa Phi, also instructing English classes from 1947-1949. Volunteering in New Jersey and Maine libraries, she received her MLS from UMO while working in the Asa Adams School Library for 12 years and John Bapst High School for eight. An active member of the local chapter of the AAUW and R.S.V.P., she was also a co-founder of the Friends of the Orono Public Library. Long-time residents of Orono, the Heneys also had a camp in Surry. After her husband’s death in 2000, she moved to Blue Hill, becoming parish librarian at St. Francis by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, and an active communicant at her death. Predeceased by her parents and husband, she is survived by one son, Charles Scott Heney of Surry; and two brothers, Kenneth A. Marden and his wife, Judy, of Whitefield, and Dr. Donald T. ‘Buzz’ Marden, DVM and his wife, Frankie, of Draper, Utah. She also leaves behind many good friends at St. Francis and the Parker Ridge retirement community where she attended to her cat, James, until her death; and longtime family friends, Candy Keenan and Brian Caton of Virginia and North Carolina respectively. By Priscilla’s wishes, a brief memorial will be held during the regular service at St. Francis on August 15, followed by special coffee hour, with family interment at a later date at the Surry Village Cemetery. Memorial contributions are requested to either St. Francis by-the-Sea, P.O.Box 76, Blue Hill, ME 04614 or the Blue Hill Public Library, Parker Point Road, Blue Hill, ME 04614.