In Memory

Carolyn Corry (Price)

Carolyn Corry (Price)

Carolyn Corry Price Obituary

Created by Garth Westover

? - 02 Mar 2020

Carolyn graduated with the Ogden High Class of 1961.

Carolyn married John Cawley Price in the Salt Lake LDS Temple in January of 1964. She was the daughter of Mrs. Blanche B. Corry. Mr. Price was the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Price of Ogden, UT.

A reception was given at Hotel Utah by the bridegroom’s parents. The young couple was further honored at a reception at the Mount Ogden LDS Ward.

Attendants were Mrs. Clyde Evans as matron of honor. Miss Ruth Ann Hill and Jill Bushnell.

Max Brough assumed duties of best man. Gary Barclay and Bud Parker ushered.

The newlyweds are making their home in Ogden following a honeymoon trip to Las Vegas and Los Angeles.

Carolyn lived in Houston, TX for many years, where they raised their family. She recently moved back to Utah and finally to Los Vegas, NV. She was cremated and her ashes will be brought to Ogden at a later date.

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03/11/20 02:20 PM #1    

Judee Robb (Stanley)

I have many sweet memories Of Carolyn. The "girls" were sad to see her move so far away after she was married. Still we kept in touch with a card now and then, and a chance to see her but not often enough. I send love to her family. Judee

03/11/20 04:01 PM #2    

Ruth Hill (Toller)

Carolyn was a neighbor and best friend from 6th grade on.  We shared so many wonderful fun & happy times, once in awhile getting into trouble (on the vard).  We kept in touch over the years and had many calls back & forth. I will truly miss her.



03/12/20 12:01 PM #3    

Fred May

I lived in Houston when Carolyn and John were there and in the same ward. John worked for Conoco as a Vice President. I visited them a time or two. She told me how John would get up in the night to think about things and munch on crackers in the kitchen. In the morning Carolyn knew that John was trying to solve some problem, likely work, when the crackers were out. It was fun being around them. I worked for Exxon and John for Conoco so we had oil business in common, besides Ogden and high school. They were great people and enjoyable to know and to have a history with. Our fine friends are now leading us on to the next adventure in eternity.


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