Elizabeth Anne Price
1984 - 2020
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Elizabeth Anne Price
1984 ~ 2020
***There's one more angel in heaven, there's one more star in the sky ***
Elizabeth Anne Price, 36, passed away at home in Salt Lake City on Thursday, May 14, 2020 surrounded by her loving family. Diagnosed just over 3 weeks ago with metastatic cancer, her already tired body wore out quickly.
Elizabeth was born March 19, 1984 in Boston, Massachusetts to Raymond Richard Price and Anne ZoBell Price. As a young healthy girl, she loved feeding the ducks, playing at the park, ice-skating, reading, and playing with her siblings.
At the age of 6 years, Elizabeth had a severe case of encephalitis that impacted her health the rest of her life. Elizabeth's family would like to thank the many wonderful people who enriched and supported Elizabeth on her earthly journey including extended family, friends, medical personnel, and special needs teachers.
Spending time with family was one of Elizabeth's favorite activities: tubing at Lake Powell, playing UNO, or watching a Daniel Boone or Little House on the Prairie movie. Elizabeth loved making treats, telling stories, doing scripture charades, giving advice, helping people, riding horses, attending Camp Kostopulos for over 20 years, enjoying institute, cheering on "Utah" basketball, dancing, twirling in sparkly dresses, swimming, and singing. Elizabeth's bright red "Wish Teddy Bear" accompanied her EVERYWHERE.
Elizabeth loved telling everyone she was the Queen of the House as the oldest of 9 siblings: Rachel, Rebekah, Jonathan, Matthew (Alex), Michelle (Pablo), Sarah (Brandon), Christina, and Stephanie. Always loving babies, Elizabeth adored her nieces and nephews: Mason, Georgia, Katarina, Jordan, and Zoey.
Her parents, 7 siblings, and grandparents--Richard & Lynn Price and Dean ZoBell, survive Elizabeth. Elizabeth's little brother Jonathan and Grandma Elizabeth Jane ZoBell greeted her in heaven along with her Savior.
A celebration of Elizabeth's life will be held as a small service due to Covid19 restrictions. Please join us online at 11 am Thursday, May 21 for the service. Visit Elizabeth's obituary at www.larkincares.com for login information. Burial at the Salt Lake Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations be made "In memory of Elizabeth Price" to Camp Kostopulos http://www.campk.org/donations/

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Published in The Salt Lake Tribune from May 17 to May 20, 2020.
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May 26, 2020
How I loved your Elizabeth - what a treasure she is! I got to be with Elizebeth when we were young at Grandma Prices and then we reunited at Hillside Jr. High and at Highland High School. She would always smile and hug me in the halls and was someone I so looked forward to seeing. I also loved having her come to our ward when she was visiting and felt connected to her as I was updated through Lynn over the years. She holds a special place in my heart and always always will! All my love and prayers to her dear family. McCall Knowlton Nelson
McCall Nelson
May 22, 2020
i met elizabeth last year at camp k im so sad that she passed away love hope hodson
May 20, 2020
I am so sorry for your loss. I was the program director at Camp K for five years and have many fond memories of Elizabeth. I'll never forget her energetic singing during the talent shows and her wonderful smile. My thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Jared Allsop
May 19, 2020
Dear Ray and Ann,
My thoughts and Prayers are with you. I have loved getting to know Elizabeth over the last several years. Know if you need anything I am always here for you guys! all my Love Teddy
Tedette Fuller
May 19, 2020
Dear Price Family -

Our condolences go to your family at this time of loss. We have fond memories of Elizabeth during our time in Cambridge. I think Elizabeth and our son Romney were in the Cambridge 2nd nursery together and we always felt a connection to her through our shared experience. Please know that we are praying for you and hope you feel the comfort and peace of our Savior who has made it possible to be together again.

Todd & Liz Stevens & Family
Todd Stevens
May 18, 2020
Dear Ray and Ann,

We were so sad to hear of Elizabeth's passing. She was born just 6 days after our daughter, Brenna, and they were great friends when Elizabeth lived near us in Belmont. She set a remarkable example dealing with her health issues and was an inspiration to all of us.
Nancy and Dennis Orgill
May 18, 2020
My memories of Elizabeth are mostly when she was very young, before the difficult days of encephalitis and more, when she lived with your wonderful family here in Belmont. What I most remember is that Elizabeth was beautiful, bright and full of energy and we enjoyed time together in a playgroup with our daughter and a few other children the same age. Ann and Ray, I am sure you don't realize how much we admired your brave and loving examples as we watched you in those early years. She is, as you said, with the other angels in heaven, at last free to be her beautiful, bright and energetic self again, without the pains and trials she endured here. I am praying for comfort to be with you and all the family.
Pam Eagar
Pam Eagar
May 18, 2020
Dear Ann and Ray - I am so saddned to hear of your daughter Elizabeth's passing. She was given such a wonderful life through your loving care. It is my hope that you know others feel your loss and pray for your family's comfort during this most difficult of times. Sincerely, Kevin L. Smith
May 17, 2020
Elizabeth was my very favorite person at every family event! She was always so honest and so enthusiastic to tell you exactly how her day was really going! She light up the room with her laugh, her style, and her stories.
"Snap", "Bang", "Pow", "ya so you see"... you left us sooner than we ever expected, but having lived such a good good life!
I love you Liz... take good care of Grandma Jane until we meet again!
Love, Aunt Susan
Susan Matthews
May 17, 2020
We feel so blessed to have known her. She was so knowledgable in the teachings of the gospel, and she always had a lot to contribute to our institute class. It was sweet to watch her fellow classmates take care of her when she was sad or needed help. We are blessed to have known her and rejoice for her that she has been released from her infirmities that seemed to be so painful. You go girl and thanks so much for touching our hearts so deeply.
Brother and Sister Nichols
Bob and Annette Nichols
May 17, 2020
Elizabeth was such a sweet (other) sister to me. I loved hearing her tell hilarious stories and about her adventures. I loved how much she loved her nieces and nephews and family. Elizabeth was lucky to have the family that she did. She will be greatly missed! Love you, Price family!
Missy Wallace
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