Micheline Pridans

Obituary of Micheline Pridans

Micheline Pridans’ Obituary

Micheline Pridans, age 76, of Tucson, Arizona, passed away on Good Friday, March 29, 2024, at TMC Medical Center. Mike was a member of Fourth Church Christ, Scientist, Tucson. She was a graduate of the State University of New York at Stony Brook with a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Science.

Her parents, Michael and Mildred Risko preceded her in death. She is survived by her husband, Janis Pridans; daughter Stacy and husband Robert Rohr; son Matthew Pridans and grandchildren Sigourney and Hunter Pridans and step-grandchild Saoirse Davis; sister Cindy and husband Bob Daniel; sister-in-law Irene and husband Neil Giffen; niece Mindi and husband Loydell Vestal; nephew Brian Giffen and friend Hannah Ridner; niece Gillian and husband Damon Johnson; cousins Tommy Danko, Marcel and wife Cheri Klenis, Ron and wife Ann Gavlick, Sue and husband Jim Saal ; Chris and husband Mike Fuller; Kirk and wife Andrea Gavlick.

Her Life:

Born Johnson City, New York

Loving upbringing Mike & Millie Risko

Lifelong soul-sister Cindy

Christian Science faith

Academic excellence – Bachelor of Engineering

53-year marriage to devoted husband John

Technical engineering career at IBM

Caring stay at home mother - Stacy & Matt

Christian Science Home-Aide caregiver

Avon cosmetics sales representative

Tanque Verde Elementary School lunch aide

University of Arizona Icecats hockey team volunteer

Caring grandmother – Sigourney, Hunter, Saoirse

Loving, Sincere, Compassionate friend to all that knew her


Visitation and Service


5:00 PM – 6:00 PM  Viewing

6:00  PM  Service

Friday, April 5th

Brings Broadway Chapel

6910 East Broadway Blvd

Tucson, AZ

(520) 296-7193


Besides the funeral viewing and service at Brings, there will be a Celebration of Life memorial for Micheline the weekend of May 4th or 5th. Details will be communicated once arrangements are finalized.


In lieu of flowers, donations in Micheline’s name can be made to either The American Bible Society or Christian Science: The Principle Foundation.

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