Justin Price Obituary, Death – The close-knit Bonifay community is grieving the loss of Justin Price, who passed away on November 11. Justin Price was the beloved son of Chris Aaron and Gena Raylene (Ryan) Price. He was born in Houston, Texas, on October 11, 1982. Justin moved to Cleveland at the age of nine with his parents and sister, setting the groundwork for a life that would touch many people’s hearts.
Justin’s academic path brought him to Cleveland High School, where he made memories that would last a lifetime and made a lasting impression. His first job at Miss Lillies in Pawnee demonstrated his tremendous work ethic, which would come to define his career. In Terlton, Oklahoma, on May 27, 2011, Justin tied the knot with his high school sweetheart, Laticia Gail Tilley. Their marriage served as a monument to the enduring power of love.
Over the years, Justin held a number of jobs and worked at a number of restaurants, Davis Pipe Testing, and U.S. Steel in Tulsa. His broad range of abilities and unwavering dedication to excellence were apparent in every position he held. Beyond his career, Justin enjoyed the small things in life, like spending time with his family. Justin’s beautiful voice could be heard in the Price home every morning as he woke his kids.
Their mutual love of reading the Bible, especially with Charles Stanley leading daily devotions, created a solid foundation of faith that will never fade. Justin loved the peace and quiet of fishing and the natural beauty of the outdoors in his free time. His distinct sense of humor and love for his family made him a treasured presence in the lives of others around him.
Family and friends will never forget Justin’s passionate declaration that “Earth is not a globe.” Earth is not spherical. His characteristic cry of “Cowboy” upon finishing a chore came to represent his vivacious nature. Joining together in Bonifay, Florida, they commemorate Justin Price’s life, which was full of love, laughter, and a deep influence on everyone who was lucky enough to know him. The community he called home, his coworkers, and his relatives will always carry Justin’s memory with them.