OBITUARY

Sara Frances Price

December 18, 1929January 9, 2021

Sara Frances Price was born on December 18, 1929 in Kinston, Alabama to Louis Irving Harrison Sr. and Molly LaViney Carnley.

She went home peacefully to be with her Lord on January 9, 2021, at the age of 91, from Ocoee, Florida

For 43 years she was the devoted wife of her late husband Edlo Price, who was the love of her life. She was predeceased by her son John Earl Price and grandson James Price Jr. Also by brothers Edward and Daniel Harrison and sisters Katie Marshall, Minnie Rae Stafford, Clara Lou Harrison and Louise. She will be forever loved and dearly missed by her 4 children: son James Price Sr (Joyce) and daughters Shirley Korp (John), Mary Benedict (Michael) and Judy Russell and sister Patsy Helms and brothers Johnny and Louis Harrison Jr.

She was cherished by her 7 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and 7 great-great grandchildren.

She was a sacrificial mother and had a quiet strength even during the most challenging times of her life.

She enjoyed showing her love for her family and friends by cooking for them. We will always remember her great chicken dressing, chicken and dumplings, banana pudding, chocolate cake, her “one of a kind” friendship cake and many others.

If any two words could summarize her life they would surely be “She loved”. She loved her Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ, her husband, her children, her extended family and many dear friends. Oh how she loved. . .We will forever hold her love in our hearts.

Services

21 January

Visitation

10:00 am - 11:00 am

Glad Tidings Church

2009 Fuller's Cross Road
Ocoee, FL 34761

21 January

Funeral Service

11:00 am

Glad Tidings Church

2009 Fuller's Cross Road
Ocoee, FL 34761

21 January

Committal Service

12:30 pm - 1:00 pm

Highland Memory Gardens

3329 E. Semoran Blvd.
Apopka, FL 32703

Memories

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Jean Barrett

January 19, 2021

She was such a sweet lady, always smiling. A wonderful Christian lady.

Mechelle Conlon (soon to be Tyndall)

January 19, 2021

From as far back as I have a memory my grandma has always held a special place in my heart. From our very first birthday celebrated together right up to the last... always such a wonderful day to celebrate. It wasn't til I got into my late 20s that I begun to realize just how precious those birthdays would become as the years passed..

My granny was so sweet and loving but had a way of letting you know you'd better mind! She may have been short, sweet and sometimes quiet but she was also full of strength and wisdom.... and at times a cute funny humor, especially when firing back at my grandpa ( when he couldn't keep up with her, he would just say "Hush Frances and he would laugh and go for a hug and a kiss... sometimes lol ).... he seemed to always be wielding flowers... come to think of it..... maybe thats why he grew so many..... he knew he would be needing them lol.

There was not a time that I walked through her door that I ever felt unloved. I always got such a warm feeling greeted by many hugs and kisses from both of my grandparents. But the greatest of every feeling I ever felt was love and devotion and what true family felt like.

I will forever cherish the memories of being a young girl cutting out paper dolls from JC Penny's and Sears catalogs to "watching" her in the kitchen .. the whole house smelling so good all the time!!! Woman could cook some "vittles" lol. Then when I started driving picking her up to run her to all 15 stores..... just kidding 5 stores... 2 pharmacies.... a vegetable stand ... the bank and the post office. But hey..... I was driving! And those times would turn out to be some of the sweetest. Those would be the times we would have the deep conversations.

Of all the millions of sweet memories I have there isn't one that has not been without love. I can truly say that without such a wonderful granny and the incredible mother and family that I have I wouldn't be who I am now. .. and for that I am forever greatful.

Kay Quigley

January 19, 2021

Mrs. Price always had a caring, sweet spirit. Her home was always open to her children's friends. I was friends with Shirley in Elementary school. I will always remember the good times in her home. My heart goes out to you all. Cherish the wonderful memories, remember the smiles and all the love she gave you.💕

Mary Benedict

January 19, 2021

The memory that stands out the greatest is Her Love.

Shaelyn Mercer

January 15, 2021

I remember long hours sitting on the floor doing crafts. Learning new crafts. I remember picking tangerines from the tree in the backyard. I remember helping you make your chocolate cake. I really wish I had the opportunity to see you more often. You’d be so proud the person I’ve become.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY