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Brady Marshall Price, 31, of Glen Allen, Virginia, was embracedby our Lord and taken to his eternal home on September 15,2022. He was born on May 22, 1991 in Henrico County, Virginia.
He leaves to cherish his memory his beloved parents, Ted and Kimberley Price, of Manakin-Sabot, Virginia.
Also treasuring his memory are his paternal uncle, Neil Price (Lia) of Richmond, Virginia; and cousins, Erin Alba (Pat) of San Antonio, Texas, Daniel Price (Emma) of Austin, Texas, Angela (Chad) Burgett of Des Moines, Iowa and Stephanie Clohessy(Ryan) of Winston-Salem, NC.
Additionally, his maternal aunt, Claudia Yelton (Frank) ofRichmond, Virginia; uncle, Lance Yelton (Amy) of Pulaski, Virginia; and cousins, Logan McPherson (Stacy) of Glen Allen, Virginia, Evan McPherson of Powhatan, Virginia, and Mattie Caroline Yelton and Caleb Yelton of Pulaski, Virginia.
He also leaves behind very special and dear friends, Keith and Ann Miller, as well as many treasured friends, too numerous to mention by name.
He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Harold and Faith Price of Maidens, Virginia; maternal grandparents,Claude and Oreta Yelton of Pulaski, Virginia; and aunts, Pamela Brehm of Des Moines, Iowa and Sharon Price of Richmond, Virginia.
He grew up in Glen Allen and was a 2010 graduate of Deep Run High School. There he was a valuable and talented member ofthe varsity baseball team. He was an avid fan of the AtlantaBraves and spent many evenings watching them play with Ted and Kim. He excelled in making friends wherever he was, including his time at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community Collegeand The University of South Carolina. He had a love for the ocean and the Lowcountry of South Carolina. One of his USC friends commented that Brady had “more BEST friends than I have friends.”
Much of his work experience was in South Carolina, but his current employer was FedEx in Ashland, Virginia for the past three years.
Everyone who knew Brady felt his big heart and sweet nature. He was a young man who was easy to love. He greatly impacted the lives of everyone he knew through love, humor, and friendship. He was delightful, charming, funny, a great dancer, a music lover and always up for a good time. One of his favorite past times was smoking a cigar outside with family or friends while listening to music. He was also an avid golfer who delighted in besting his dad on the links. Brady was baptized at Gayton Baptist Church where he participated in youth groupactivities and mission trips.
Arrangements are being handled by Norman Funeral Chapel at 2982 River Road West Goochland, Virginia. The funeral service will be held at Gayton Baptist Church, 13501 North Gayton Road, Richmond, Virginia on Thursday, September 22, 2022. The family will receive friends for visitation from 9:30 – 11:30a.m. with the service following immediately at 11:30 a.m. A private interment will be held at Greenwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please consider making your charitable donation to your local SPCA or Gayton Baptist Church.