Charles Loomis Price Sr.
September 30, 1934  -  November 19, 2018

Charles Loomis Price Sr.


Memorial
Barham Funeral Home Forest Lawn Chapel
Meridian, MS  39305
Tuesday, November 20, 2018
3:00 pm


I served in the Marine.

Memorial services for Charles L. Price will be Tuesday, November 20, 2018 at 3:00pm at Barham Funeral Home Forest Lawn Chapel with Bro. Chuck Overby officiating. Barham Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Mr. Price, 84, died Monday, November 19, 2018. He loved cooking, traveling, and collecting toy cars, lighthouses, and shot glasses. He was especially fond of country music.
He was preceded in death by his parents, Vestal and Helen Price and two sisters, Margaret Drake and Mary Lee Carlisle.
He is survived by his wife Sharon L. Price; his children: Charles L. Price Jr.(Marsha), Kathleen M. Ardnt(Chuck), Venus A. Mendence(Bob), Laura L. Self(Earl), James E. Price(Nancy), Tammy L. Smith, Richard E. Jarrett(Lisa), Mary A. Parker, Ira V. Sinks(Melissa); and a sister, Rev. Dale Long.
Family and friends may view and sign online register book, leave a personal note or order flowers at www.barhamfuneralhome.com.

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  1. Robert D. Penrose
    Lancaster, CA

    So many good memories of Charles Price and his family. Gods speed SIR. Thank you for your service with the Marines. Thank you for your forestry service. I know you will be missed. John and June have probably already welcomed you home.

  2. Tammy and Richard Johnson
    Dewey, AZ

    Rest in peace our dear friend. We love you.
    You were always kind and your food was always filled with love. No one was ever turned away.
    We lift you up with our prayers today.
    To our friends, we are so sorry for your loss.
    GOD bless you all.

  3. Tammy and Richard Johnson
    Dewey, AZ

    Rest in peace our dear friend. We love you.
    You were always kind and your food was always filled with love. No one was ever turned away.
    We lift you up with our prayers today.
    To our friends, we are so sorry for your loss.
    GOD bless you all.

  4. Carol Ann Bales
    Gold Beach, OR

    My grandpa was the definition of what a grandparent should be. He was kind, loving, patient and understanding. I knew I could tell him anything and he would be there for me. He taught me so many qualities that make me who I am today. He put others first. He was generous even when he had little. He was a social charismatic man, the life of the party. He could make you laugh on your saddest day. He taught me to play cards and to shuffle like a pro! He introduced me to country music which is still my favorite genre of music. He knew how to make you feel special and loved. Many of the values he instilled in me, I know try to pass on to my children. I will be forever proud to be his granddaughter and keep his memory close to my heart. I will miss you everyday but know you are with me. I love you grandpa! ❤️

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