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Carl Richard Price
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Delete - Merge UpA Ripon resident of 19 years, Carl Richard Price went to be with the Lord on Thursday morning at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Stockton, CA. He was 82 years young. Carl was born in Sarasota, FL.

 At the age of 21, he married Beverly Kay Martin who was the love of his life. They were happily married to one another for 58 years.

 Carl was a devoted Christian and a deacon of Mid-Valley Church in Stockton, CA. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather, brother, uncle and friend. He was in the Navy stationed on the USS Orriskany, in Fallon, NV and in Alameda, CA. He was a computer engineer for IBM for 37 years and a member of Masonic Lodge Number 218 in Livermore, CA. Carl loved Boston Terriers and also liked board games. He really enjoyed playing Solitaire on his computer and RV traveling with family and friends. Most of all, he served the Lord and held an overwhelmingly amount of unconditional love for his wife and family.

 Carl is survived by his children Donna and Jeffery Hannon, Jeffrey Carl Price, and Richard and Penny Price; grandchildren Jeremy and Elaina Hannon, Matthew Carl Hannon and Meagan Butler-Hannon, Jason Carl Price, Sarah Kay Hannon, Erin Price, Nathan Price, and Lauron and Rachel Stoddard; great-grandson Jackson Hannon; sister Joan Bell; and many nephews and nieces.

 P.L. Fry & Son is honored to be serving the Price family. Visitation will be on Tuesday, January 7,  2014 from 1 p.m. to  5 p.m. held at P.L. Fry & Son 290 N. Union Road, Manteca. Celebration of  life will be held on Wednesday, January 8, 2014 at 10 a.m. also held at P.L .Fry & Son. He will be laid to rest with his beloved wife at Brentwood Union Cemetery. For more information on services please visit our website at (search obituaries).

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Manteca (Calif.) Bulletin

Monday, Jan. 6, 2014