Price, Sue Ann (King)

September 12, 1936 - May 2, 2021

Sue Ann (King) Price, 84, of Dallas, born on September 12, 1936 in Lincoln, Nebraska went home to the Lord on May 2, 2021.  Sue is survived by her husband of 64 years, Rex Price, daughter, Kimberly and husband Gino of Dallas, Texas, daughter, Kelly and husband, Ken, of Frisco, Texas, grandchildren Zach and his wife Hannah, and Paige.  Sue is preceded in death by her parents, Ercell W. King, and Yvonne Monroe King, and sister Sharon Horton.  Sue’s family moved from Nebraska to California when she was in grade school.  In 1956 she married her soul mate, Rex and together they started their life together living in Alameda, California.  Their life journey took them to Alaska, Washington State, Hawaii, and Texas.  Sue was a devoted wife, mother, and grandmother (fondly referred to as Mimaw) who loved and cherished her family dearly.  She was a friend to everyone who met her and will be greatly missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her.  The family would like to thank Dr. Michael Motta, Dr. Shaun Murphy, Dr. Wayne Kirkham, Dr. Victor Gomez, and Dr. Gul Khan, and Dr. Cathy Hernandez for their constant care and her extended family at AirBorn for their compassion and friendship.  A private memorial will be held for the immediate family.  In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations can be made to the Shriners Hospitals for Children here.

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Arrangements under the direction of:

Aria Cremation Service and Funeral Home

19310 Preston Road

Dallas, Texas 75252

(214) 306-6700

8 replies on “Price, Sue Ann (King)”

Cindy Lewis says:

Sue was such a special part of the AirBorn family for so many years. No matter what was going on, she always had a contagious smile, a servant’s heart, and a bit of mischief going on.

Sue loved big! Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and the AirBorn family members who loved her right back!

Eric Horne says:

Sue was a wonderful woman, and she will be deeply missed by our family. She was the smiling face that greeted me everyday for 13 years at work. She loved her family and made everyday a little better just being around her. She had a heart of gold and will be missed!

Julie Phillips says:

We are so very sorry to hear about Aunt Sue, she was very special to us! Prayers for all the family!

Kimmy says:

Mommy
I can’t ever begin to thank you for being the best mommy ever. I miss your blue eyes your voice your smile your smell your hugs you fussing at me it’s cold out “did you take a coat” You will never know how many lives you touched .
I am so proud and priveledged to have you as my mommy. You took a piece of my heart when you went to heaven I liove you with all my heart and soul
I love you mommy!!
Kimmy

Kimmy says:

Mommy
I miss your smile your voice your beautiful blue eyes our conversations . You fussing at me when it’s cold out “ did you take a coat”
There is no daughter in the world more priveledged to have the best mommy ever. Your love is so unconditional
You never asked anything in return. A pice of my heart was taken when you went to heaven . I love you with all my heart and soul
Kimmy

Juliette Wait says:

She was such a bright, lovely lady!! The world is sad without her. My condolences to the whole family.

Mary McCormick says:

I want to extend my most sincere condolences to the family of Sue Price. I was fortunate enough to work with Sue for 10 years at AirBorn. There are so many ways to describe Sue. Sweet, caring, funny, generous, dedicated and tough as nails. The first year I worked with Sue she knitted one of her beautiful scarves for my birthday. I was blown away that someone who only knew me a little over six months would give me something so incredibly special. That’s just one of many examples of the kind of person Sue was. She loved her job but it was very apparent that it was her interactions and friendships with people that she loved the most.
I was lucky to call Sue my friend.

Pam and Greg Engel says:

Suzie was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother and friend. I remember dancing on her and Rex toes with my cousins Karen whenever our parents left us in their care. I also have fond memories of Rex picking me up from school so that I could babysit Kimmy and Kelly.Our sincere condolences to Rex and all the family on this acute loss of Suzie. Our deepest sympathy, Pam and Greg

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