On Sunday, November 27, 2022, Dominga Prescott (Pina) passed quietly in her home of natural causes. Born on May 13, 1934, to Joseph and Anna Pina. Anyone that truly knew her, knew her by simply Mimi.
Born in Kingston, MA, Mimi attended Kingston schools graduating from Kingston High School in 1952. After graduating, she married Roger Silva of Kingston to have two children, Lea & Roger. Later Mimi moved to Riverside, CA, to marry the love of her life, the late Kenneth A. Prescott, Jr. Mimi became an employee of Mead, Inc, in Los Angeles, retiring in 2003 to travel, frequent visits to Las Vegas to see her family and gamble, spending summers with her family, and enjoying the vineyards of California. After Kenny passed, Mimi moved back to Kingston to be surrounded by her Family. Whether she was having pokeno at her home, at a family outing, spending the holidays someplace, she was there with a smile taking in her family.
Mimi leaves her beloved son, Roger Silva and wife, Nancy (of Kingston); and daughter, Lea Rose and husband, Robert (of Plymouth). She leaves six grandchildren: Amber Walsh, Cassandra Silva, Kayla Rose, Marquisse Silva, Matthew Silva, and Michael Silva, along with six great grandchildren. The most important person in Mimi’s life, Sugar, her loyal and loved chihuahua.
A Celebration of Mimi’s Life will be held at St. Joseph’s Church, 272 Main Street, Kingston, MA beginning at 10:00am on Thursday, December 1, 2022, with cemetery burial at St. Joseph’s Cemetery on Elm Street, Kingston, immediately following. Donations can be made to the MSPCA on behalf of her sidekick, Sugar.
A Memorial Tree was planted for Dominga
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Shepherd Funeral & Cremation Service - Kingston