Alvie Lowell Price

January 2, 1924November 3, 2018

Alvie Lowell Price, 94, passed away November 3, 2018 in Norman, Oklahoma. He was born January 2, 1924 in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Gilbert Franklin and Bertha Mae (Williams) Price. Alvie was a loving husband, father and grandfather. From the age of 9, he lived in the Tulsa Boys Home until he was 18. He graduated from Central High School in Tulsa in 1942. Alvie was a World War II veteran and his battalion landed on D-Day 2. He fought in the Battle of the Bulge and Battle of Elsenborn, where he drove a jeep as a Corporal. He also was the recipient of a bronze star. Later in life, Alvie loved to dance; including tap dancing and dancing with his wife, Marjorie. He was a founding member of World War II Mens Group which would go to schools and talk to children about World War II. Those left to cherish his memory are his son, Michael Price and his wife, Karen; granddaughter Meredith Ann Ehler and her husband, Ben and grandson Spencer Price; great granddaughter, Camille Ann Ehler and great grandson, Camden Ehler. He was preceded in death by his parents; wife of 66 years, Marjorie Ann Price; and daughter, Leigh Ann Price. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Care and Concern Ministry at Kirk of the Hills Presbyterian Church, Tulsa or TenderCare Hospice of Norman. Visitation will be held at 10:00 am at the Memorial Park Cemetery Chapel, Tulsa, with the funeral service to follow at 10:30 am, Thursday, November 8, 2018.


  • Mike Price, Son
  • Karen Price, Daughter-in-law
  • Meredith Ann Ehler, Granddaughter
  • Ben Ehler, Grandson-in-law
  • Spencer Price, Grandson
  • Camille Ann Ehler, Great Granddaughter
  • Camden Ehler, Great Grandson

  • Bill Hayward, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Glenda Hardi, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Spencer Price, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Ben Ehler, Honorary Pallbearer


  • Visitation Thursday, November 8, 2018
  • Funeral Service Thursday, November 8, 2018

Alvie Lowell Price

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Myra McLaughlin

November 9, 2018

Al and I took tap lessons from the same person, and had many conversations on a lot of topics. I was in the audience, the night he danced with Gregory Hines at NSU. I'm sure it was a special night for him.

Rest in peace, Al. You certainly deserve it.

JIM martinez

November 8, 2018

For many years(20) I look after Al and Margie vehicle at Joe Marina Motors...Al and I always talked about myself being a member of the 2nd Army Div. Al was so kind giving me memorabilia reflecting images of 2nd Div. Alvie you will always hold a special part of my heart and memories,rest in peace you ol war dog!

Cindy Gray

November 8, 2018

Mr Price was a very kind and caring man. I worked years ago at Albertsons at 51st & Harvard, and he would stop by the customer service booth and chat. I even have a photograph some where, he had given to me of him dancing with Gregory Hines. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.

Paul Lindsey

November 8, 2018

Al and my dad, Tommy Lindsey, were in the Battle of the Bulge during WWII.
They were in different units and got acquainted when they started going to the survivors breakfast at Lubys.
I got to know Al through my dad.
Both he and my dad were fantastic parts of the Greatest Generation even though they didn't become generals.
I will miss him like I miss my dad.

david rickel

November 7, 2018

Al took tap dancing from me. He was one of a kind.

kenneth jennings

November 7, 2018

I have know Al and Margie Price for many years. I first ment them after they lost there daughter. my Nancy and I started taking tennis lessons with them and after we completed the lessons we all played tennis regularly we all so went out to eat at different restaurants usually 2 times a month. I lost Nancy a little over three years. ago. I am sorry of lose of Al , he was a good man.