Carothers Funeral Home

212 West Trade Street, Dallas, NC


Michael Allen Price

February 6, 1955December 26, 2019

Loved his wife and family and would give his shirt off his back to those who needed help...

Michael Allen Price, 64, born in Gaston County, North Carolina, passed away on Thursday ~ December 26, 2019 at the AnMed Health Medical Center in Anderson, South Carolina.

Michael was a skilled carpenter, musician and a hard worker. He loved camping and the outdoors.

Left behind to cherish the memories and legacy of Michael are his wife, Carla Lillard Price; two sons: John Graves and his wife Brittany of Grovespring, Missouri and Doug Graves of Atlanta, GA; a daughter Rosetta Graves of Lebanon, MO; A sister, Bobbie Faye Scott and her husband Buster of Belton, SC; four grandchildren: Levi and Zoey Graves and Mariah and Taylor McBride; and a son-in-law Eric McBride of Strafford, MO; as well as a host of nieces and nephews.

Michael was the son of the late Arthur Melton Price and Lutha Rebecca Bolick Price. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Amanda McBride; three brothers: Arthur Cleveland, Billy-Rae Price, and Bobby Price and two sisters: Elizabeth "Lib" Clinton and Linda Kay McDonald.

Arrangements are Pending and will be announced later.

Expressions of love and fond memories may be made on Michael’s guestbook at www.carothersfuneralhomegastonia.com

Carothers Funeral Home (Dallas) is honored to be serving the family of Michael Allen Price.


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Bobbie McDowell

December 30, 2019

Mike you forever changed my life because I saw how much love you had in your heart you taught me so many things when it came to working on cars and other stuff that girls don't usually know you are more like a father to me and I will forever miss you I love you so much is so hard not seeing you sitting in your spot every day you will forever be missed but you'll never be forgotten

Sharon Neidler

December 30, 2019

Mike brought a lot of joy to the people around him.he always made me smile. I'm sorry I didn't visit him more. I miss him greatly and thank him for being my friend.