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James “Jim” Price

10/21/1941
09/09/2022

James (Jim) Bradley Price, age 80 of Lowell, passed away on September 9, 2022. Jim was born in Wytheville, Virginia on October 21st, 1941. He was preceded in death by his father, Clarence Price; mother, Bertie Holloway; brother, Conley Price; and sister, Catherine Poole. He is survived by his wife of 48 years, Helen June Price; children, James Phillip (Hillary) Price, Eric Wayne (Kelley Anne) Price; grandchildren, Madison Price and Mason Price; and favorite pets, Ginger, Louis, Willy, and Smalls. Jim retired from the U.S. Air Force after 21 years of service. During his time in the Air Force, Jim was awarded the Airman’s Medal for saving the lives of a father and son from drowning. He was also awarded the Air Medal for heroism in flight during the Vietnam war. After the military, Jim was a computer repair specialist, and retired from Prime Computer in 1996. Jim enjoyed fishing, antique cars, woodworking, camping, watching wildlife (especially birds), and loving his wife. The family would like to thank the Lowell Police Department, with a special thanks to Officer Lauren, and the Lowell Fire Department. A Military Honors memorial service will be held at 2PM, Friday, September 16, 2022, at Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens, 2894 Patterson Rd SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49512.

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  1. Will truly miss this Man. I cannot possibly put into words how blessed I was to have had the Honor to have him in my life. He always treated me like his son, even when it came to Pabst belt spanking time when I acted out. Because of him I have cherished memories and I am certainly a better man striving and trying to be half the man he was. Miss you forever Uncle Jim and will forever be grateful for all you did for me and with me.

  2. Our heartfelt condolences to the Price Family during this difficult time.

    Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens – Cynthia

  3. I will truly miss you hun all the stories the hunting the fishing lots of good memories love you always Caroline Lavan way

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