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Earl M. PRICE

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PRICE, Earl M. Aug. 17, 1928-Feb. 19, 2013 Earl was born in Chicago, graduating from Hyde Park High School in 1946. He earned a B.A. from the University of Illinois in political science in 1950. After moving to Southern California in 1959, Earl entered Loyola Law School in 1963 while working as a juvenile court referee in the Los Angeles County court system. Admitted to the California Bar in 1967, he went into private practice, specializing in family law. In 1986, Earl left private practice and joined the firm of Stemple and Boyajian where he served as senior trial attorney to victims in the tire industry. Earl spent the past 19 years working as a pro bono attorney, first with Bet Tzedak, Los Angeles and, after moving to Westlake Village, he was a founding member of the Volunteer Lawyers Services Program in Ventura County. In 2002, he received the Ronald M. George Award from the California Bar Association for Distinguished Pro Bono Service. He garnered several similar awards for his pro bono work from the Ventura County Bar Association.
Earl had exotic culinary tastes, loved traveling and always enjoyed a good glass of scotch. He will be greatly missed by the love of his life, Marcia, their children Marty and Nancy Price; Dan and Bridgett Price; Mark and Debra Kaufman; Lisa and Mike Kelly; Todd and Jill Kaufman; numerous grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Published in the Los Angeles Times from Feb. 26 to Mar. 3, 2013
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