William LaVon Price Jr.

Home: Salt Lake City, Utah
Death Date: May 7, 2018
Birthdate: July 4, 1951
Place Of Birth: Salt Lake City, Utah

In Loving Memory

Dear Joanne and boys. I was doing pretty well there and had written what I thought was a pretty decent condolence until I watched Bill's video and appreciated his wonderful taste in music. Bill and I attended Bishop Glass for what seemed forever. In later years my dad Lew often kept me abreast of his many athletic accomplishments. Now I feel proud that among other teams and sports, he was a Ute fan. I wish I could have brought.  
Matt #52 ?(06–12) 
by to meet Bill at some point. You know, Joanne, I could go on and on and already it's 3:00 AM on Mother's Day. I respect and salute your seeet Bill. The stars in the sky on the 4th of July will only shine brighter this year as we know our dear friend will never lose sight of those he loved! And all of us who loved him  
 
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Barb tezak Herndon
Midvale, UT

I worked with Bill in Seattle for Western Airlines. We shared good times and were friends even though we lost contact later. The last time I saw him was several years ago at SLC airport. He was always kind and humorous. He will be missed. Prayers and thoughts for family at this time.

Jim Herbers
West Valley City, UT

Dear family, we give you our deepest condolences and know that God will comfort and be with you. 
 
Love Rick and Stephanie Bourdeaux

Stephanie Bourdeaux
Sandy, UT

Dear Members of the Bill Price Family, 
Please accept my deepest condolences on Bill's passing. We first met on the track at South High in 1968 - he was competing for Judge, while I ran for Highland. I was new to Utah and, as I recall, we struck up a conversation about the lousy Utah weather (it snowed!). Besides being a good athlete, he had a quick wit and a great laugh, and we became friends. Saw him occasionally after graduation. We crossed paths at the induction station, and at various Ute games and golf fund-raisers. He always had a smile and handshake for me. I consider myself very fortunate to be one of his many friends, and I shall miss him very much.  
 
Kindest regards, 
 
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Steve Thiese

Steven M. Thiese
Salt Lake City, UT

Joann, 
Our most sincerest, deepest condolences to you and your family. Be comforted knowing Bill leaves behind a great legacy. May the warm embrace of the Holy Spirit comfort you now and always.

Steve Russo and Tom Kass
Holladay, UT

I am so sorry for your loss. May the lord give you strength, peace and comfort during this difficult time. I had the pleasure to worked with Bill @ Bud Bailey Construction and 10+ years later he came to work for Cameron Construction. He was an amazing person, he always had a positive attitude and he always smiled. He will be missed.

Lupe Herrera
Taylorsville, UT

My deepest Condolences to the Price Family 
 
Shauna Gholson (PEAKE)

Shauna Gholson
Hobart, IN

To The Price Family, 
 
So sorry to hear about Billy. It has been quite awhile since I have seen him however, I have very great memories of all of us growing up in Salt Lake. He is now with "Our Father" and all of our other family members and friends who have passed.  
 
May all of you find comfort in knowing he is at rest with "Our Father" and all of our other loved ones. 
 
Love,  
Charlton and Sheila (Peake) Leasure

Sheila (Peake) Leasure
Sacramento, CA

I had the pleasure of working with Bill at Sahara. I don't think I have ever met anyone happier than Bill. He always went quietly about his business blessing others with simple acts of kindness. He was devoted to helping anyone in need. I will be forever grateful for his friendship and example. He will be greatly missed!

Trish Evans
Farmington, UT

Joann and family. My sincerest condolences on Billy's passing. I had many a great time with Bill and enjoyed his company. May he dance through eternity. Stanley Finn

Stanley Finn
Salt Lake City, UT

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