Nathaniel Roy Price was born to a special union between Lee and Louise Price on June 2, 1950.
He graduated from L.G. Pinkston High School, in 1968, where he was a participate in
the JROTC Program. For many years, he began his career working at Jones-Blair Paint
Company as a Retail Paint Maker. Thereafter, he began working as a bus driver/
operator, providing transportation services to senior citizens. He was a member and
baptized under the leadership of former Dr. J.J. Raven, of the Greater Progressive
Baptist Church, where he sung in the Youth Choir and served on the Usher Board.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Joan Price; parents Lee and Louise Price, sister,
Myrtle Jean Price; brothers Alfred Lee Price and Robert Earl Price; and niece, Chrishara
He leaves to cherish his memories: daughter, Sondra Price; son, Nathan Magee (Nate
Jr.) and his mother Mary Francis Magee-Smith; stepson Richard Griffin; special friend
Janice London and her daughter, Katrina Robinson (Arthur); sister-in-law, Brenda
Finley; god sister, Deloris Williams; nieces, Kawana Smith (Bennie Ray Smith, Jr.) and
Serkesia Price; nephews Christopher Williams and Demeteras Hamilton; grandkids,
Jeremy Price, Kia Price and Christopher Williams, Jr; great grandkids, Ryder Lee Price;
Darius Clemons, Aries Richardson and Apollo Richardson, Jr.; great nieces, Akilah
Price; great nephews, Tydreon Casey and Bennie Ray Smith, III; great great nephews,
Mason and Daston; his favorite cousin, Barbara Ann Ivy; and a host of other cousins,
other relatives and friends.