William Roscoe Price
11 June, 1976 – 16 July, 2020
William Roscoe Price, 44, of Waynesboro, passed away on Thursday, July 16, 2020 at his residence. He was born June 11, 1976, a son of the late Harris Coe Thad Price and Christine (Jones) Koski. William was employed in the maintenance department of Walmart. Survivors include his wife, Tonya Jean (Ellinger) Price; son, Aiden Fitzgerald; daughter, Haven Fitzgerald; siblings, Andrew Price, Georgianna Price; sister and brother-in-law, Jennifer and Matthew Czaplinski; sister-in-law, Julie Witt; three aunts, Kim Campbell, Georgianna Williamson and Jane Fitzgerald. Following cremation there will be no services planned at this time. Arrangements have been entrusted to the Waynesboro Chapel of Reynolds Hamrick Funeral Homes. Relatives and friends may share condolences and memories with the family online by visiting www.reynoldshamrickfuneralhomes.com
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William Roscoe Price
20 July 2020
I will always love you. Miss your grumpy ways. Lol. You were one of a kind, and my kind of guy. I’ll be coming home, baby...wait for me...
19 July 2020
We met in kindergarten at Crewe Primary School. I invited him to sit at my table. We have been friends since. Through the years we have had many adventures together...like making a flaming sword and shadow fighting and playing paintball in the middle of the night. We almost burned Burkeville down with a firework. We created ourselves in NWO Revenge and almost made an actual wrestling ring. We stayed up many nights playing Magic the Gathering together, and chess. So many movies were seen together. He even came up with my online name. We were at a stoplight in Farmville, VA and a college student stopped beside us. He looked over at him and simply said "manirtnit". He was my best man in my wedding and my son's godfather. He had an exponential knowledge of comic books. I will miss his laugh and his "heh". He had the biggest heart but he would never admit it. He left a mark on this earth. I don't think he had any idea how many people loved him. I did...and he knew it. I'm grateful he passed in a peaceful manner.