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  1. Patricia Bradley
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    Deborah, I feel your pain and your joy. Jesus broke my mom out of the hospice care center the night before, January 31. We, too, had spent a week watching her slip away. But God is so good. As we left the care center, we looked toward our car and three crosses blazed against the night sky. It was as though God said, “I have this.”

  2. Evelyn Streett
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    Your beautiful and brave report blesses me, Debra. Happy Homecoming indeed to one of God’s sons! I pray peace for you and your family, but in many ways it seems you already have much of that…gratefully.

  3. Linda Dissmore
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    Deborah, I’ve been thinking of you alot the last few weeks. I guess this is why. My prayers will continue to be with you.


  4. Karen Duncan from chancery
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    Loved working with Mr. Price and I will miss him very much. Praying for y’all.

  5. Mary Ann Crumby Roberts
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    Your daddy is Rejoicing and singing on key now! I have always loved your family and all of you have touched so many lives! Love you all!

  6. Jo Ann Wilbanks
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    I admired Mr. Price greatly and enjoyed knowing him. He was so friendly and positive. He helped my family by giving advice and praying with us. He spoke at some career days for me when I worked as a school counselor at Burnsville School. He was very impressive. I thought if him as a friend. I’m so sorry to hear of his passing. I know we’ll see him again though. God Bless you all.

  7. Rod Bond
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    Jimmy Price was a godly man who diligently presented himself approved to God as a workman who did not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth. I was blessed to have known him. -Rod Bond

  8. Robbie Michael
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    Your dad was one of the nicest men I ever knew . I went to church with him at Oakland . He would always sit with my husband and I at Wednesday night supper . I always looked forward to seeing him . If I ever had a question about scriptures that I didn’t understand I would ask your dad about them . He always enjoyed talking about God’s word ! My husband which passed away in 06 thought a lot of him . They are together again ! I will miss him greatly ! My condolences to you and your family !

  9. Carole Oates lynch
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    My mother, Mary Oates, died on November 8, 2013. Your experience sounds like our family’s. What a blessing to say thank you to her for all she meant to us. I know how your heart breaks and I pray that you will feel God’s grace surround you. Mama was 88.

  10. Mike Harland
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    There is no way to measure the impact of your dad on my family. He was a profound influence in my father’s life and really whetted Wiley’s appetite for the Word of God as his Sunday School teacher. I always thought your dad was one of the best men I ever knew. This is such a beautiful tribute to him.

    I’ll never forget me and Ronnie moving his library to a new office one summer! I haven’t seen that many books since!

    Give my love to all of your family –

    Mike Harland

  11. keytruthsblogger
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    Thank you, everyone, for your kind words about my father and about this post. Blessings to each of you!

  12. SylGunter
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    Bless you, sweet Deborah. Your Daddy had a real homecoming. Oh what glory, nonetheless sad for you and your siblings and his grandkids. I’ll be thinking about you in the days to come. Love and blessing, Sylvia

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