Frank-Price-Obituary

Judge Frank Price

Houston, Texas

1938 - 2018

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Frank C. Price1938-2018Judge Frank C. Price passed away on Saturday May 19, 2018, with his devoted wife and family at his side. Born in Houston on November 17, 1938, Frank Price was a very young 79 years old when he finally met a challenge he could not win. Frank is survived by his devoted wife...

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November 17, 2018
Happy Birthday Frank! I wish that you could be here to celebrate your day, but I know that you are in a place where everyday is a celebration! I send this message with love to you and your family, especially Melissa. You showed us what it was like to fight cancer with a veangeance. You told me that Melissa was your rock and you didn't know what you would have done without her by your side. She was a fighter as well and went through a courageous battle as well. You...

November 17, 2018
Happy Birthday Frank! I wish you could be here to celebrate your day, but I know that you are in a much better place that has eternal celebrations!
I am remembering your birthday with love for you and your family, especially Melissa. As you told me, she was your rock through your hard-fought battle with cancer. Both of you were exemplified what it is to persevere through some extremely hard times. You showed us what it is like to take on a struggle with grace...

Dear Melissa....I am so very sorry for your loss.

Gigi Hellman

Dear Melissa.....I am so very sorry for your loss



Gigi Hellman

To family and friends God is a refuge and strength for you in your time of such great loss. May you be comforted by reading Psalm 46 verse 1. My sincere condolences.

I worked for Judge Price for almost 14 years. From day 1, he became not only the best boss I've ever had, but mentor, confidante, and most of all, a trusted friend. He was very kind and generous, sometimes to a fault. He was always willing to listen and give advice when needed. He was respectful and thoughtful. He was ethical in both his personal life and in business. To keep from writing a book, I guess I should just say he was one in a million, one of the best human beings I've ever known.

Judge Price was a true gentleman. Kind and fair. He will be sorely missed.

Texas lost a great man and a great judge. I remember when our daughter was very young and Frank showed her a few magic tricks. She was totally amazed. She is 31 years old now and still remembers the "Magic Man." Frank married us on short notice (31 years ago). All he asked for in return was a bottle of Glenlivet. His dry wit was truly on display when right before he pronounced us husband and wife, he turned to Lisa and asked, "Are you sure you want to do this?" Our...