Myrtle Price

(Apr 1, 1924 to Apr 11, 2012)

Myrtle ran an open door policy. Her kitchen was Grand Central Station: a pot of coffee was always on and friends were invited in for a bite to eat. Anyone needing a place to stay was welcome. rnHer entire adult life centered on children, spanning from her own all the way to her great-great grandkids. Myrtle could be found turning rope so the kids could jump or playing board games late into the night. In her house children were never scolded only enjoyed. Three generations of children kept busy with a large box of toys in her living room.rnMyrtle was the wife of the late Leonard, and mother of Carl (Linda), Rosemary D’Agostino (Joseph), Blanche Snyder (Louis), and Millie Rozzelle; sister of Blanche Gates; Grandmother of 16; great grandmother of 31 and great great grandmother of 7. She was pre-deceased by three sons, Samuel, James and Edward Sr., and a granddaughter, Midge.rnCome celebrate 88 great years of The Lady In Red Sunday 4 to 6 PM and Monday from 10AM at Daley Life Celebration Studio, Swedesboro where there will be a service at 11AM.rn

7 thoughts on “Myrtle Price

  1. Loretta

    I have so many great memories of our special aunt, always so kind and taking us everywhere as our mom did’nt drive rollers skating , the movies sharing her home for our Halloween parties, we learned family means everything as we learned to be close to our cousins as we spent alot of time with them all.She had the most wonder smile you ever seen. We were so lucky she was part of our family.

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