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Western Slope Obituaries 3/30: Nancy Elizabeth Price, Phillip Dale Allen

Nancy Elizabeth Price, age 51, passed away in Grand Junctio, Colo., on March 14, 2009.

She was born in Grand Junction, to William W. and Mary Louise Price on April 19, 1957. She spent her early childhood in Grand Junction then moved to the South with her family.

Nancy lived in Alabama and was employed in the sales field for many, many years. In 2005, she selflessly abandoned her career and lifestyle to care for her older sister, Kathleen Price, who had suffered a disabling brain aneurysm. She provided tireless and loving care and guardianship for her sister, then resumed her career in sales after Kathleen’s death in 2006.

Nancy was loved and adored by her large family as well as her many friends and co-workers. She had a magnificent sense of humor and an incredible ability to make people laugh even in the darkest of situations. She was very giving and compassionate and loved to cook and bake for her friends and family. She will always be missed by those who knew her and she’ll always be remembered by those who had the privilege of meeting her.

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Nancy is survived by her mother, M. Louise Olsen of Mobile, Ala.; brothers, William P. Price and wife Pat, and Daniel Price, all of Grand Junction, Colo., and Michael Price of Atlanta, Ga.; sisters Maureen Pena and Sheila Naski, also of Grand Junction, and Teri Green of Mobile, Ala.

She was preceded in death by her father, William W. Price, brother, Timothy Price, sister, Kathleen Price and stepfather, Dr. Frank B. Olsen.

Private family services were held.

Memorial contributions in Nancy’s name can be made to Catholic Outreach, 245 S. First St., Grand Junction, Colo., 81501, or to a charity of the donor’s choice.

Nancy Elizabeth Price, age 51, passed away in Grand Junctio, Colo., on March 14, 2009.

She was born in Grand Junction, to William W. and Mary Louise Price on April 19, 1957. She spent her early childhood in Grand Junction then moved to the South with her family.

Nancy lived in Alabama and was employed in the sales field for many, many years. In 2005, she selflessly abandoned her career and lifestyle to care for her older sister, Kathleen Price, who had suffered a disabling brain aneurysm. She provided tireless and loving care and guardianship for her sister, then resumed her career in sales after Kathleen’s death in 2006.

Nancy was loved and adored by her large family as well as her many friends and co-workers. She had a magnificent sense of humor and an incredible ability to make people laugh even in the darkest of situations. She was very giving and compassionate and loved to cook and bake for her friends and family. She will always be missed by those who knew her and she’ll always be remembered by those who had the privilege of meeting her.

Nancy is survived by her mother, M. Louise Olsen of Mobile, Ala.; brothers, William P. Price and wife Pat, and Daniel Price, all of Grand Junction, Colo., and Michael Price of Atlanta, Ga.; sisters Maureen Pena and Sheila Naski, also of Grand Junction, and Teri Green of Mobile, Ala.

She was preceded in death by her father, William W. Price, brother, Timothy Price, sister, Kathleen Price and stepfather, Dr. Frank B. Olsen.

Private family services were held.

Memorial contributions in Nancy’s name can be made to Catholic Outreach, 245 S. First St., Grand Junction, Colo., 81501, or to a charity of the donor’s choice.


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