Jerry Price

Jerry Neal Price

March 9, 1933 - May 22, 2020
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Jerry N. Price of Clarkston, WA, passed away peacefully from congenital heart failure on May 22, 2020, at his home with family by his side.
Jerry was born March 9, 1933, near Colfax, WA, to Alfred R. Price and Blanche E. Massengale. He served as a corporal in the US Army as a pole lineman at Fort Huachuca in Arizona. After he was discharged, he had a variety of ranching/farming jobs as well as working at the sawmills in Washington and Idaho. He then became a heavy equipment operator in South Dakota and Wyoming, mainly working in the coal mines in the area. He retired from Kerr-McGee Coal Corporation and then worked for Freund Construction in Wyoming until he finally retired.
Jerry was married to his third wife, Dorothy A. Eaton Dow, for 40 years and lived in South Dakota, Wyoming, and Arizona during that time. Jerry enjoyed hunting, fishing and camping as well as traveling to other states and visiting family and friends. He played guitar and sang in public jam sessions when he could along the way. Woodcarving was a hobby Jerry took up after retirement and won many awards at county fairs. Prior to his marriage to Dorothy, Jerry was married to Lorraine Austin Brown for 14 years parenting five children, and Darlene Karr for 1 year.
He is survived by two sisters, Anna May Tobin of Newport, WA, and Margaret Spangler of Viola, ID; and all of his children including: Teresa Cochrane (Delbert) of Princeton, ID; Warren Brown (Glenda) of Ranchester, WY; Katherine Shaner (David) of Renton, WA; Shelley Flores (Robert) of Dallas, TX; Karlene Price of Clarkston, WA; Arthur Dow of Newcastle, WY; and Steve Dow of Sheridan, WY. He is also survived by numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Dorothy; three brothers; five sisters; and various nieces, nephews, and a great-grandson.
Jerry was a proud long-time member of the American Legion. Memorial donations to the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America or the American Heart Association would be greatly appreciated. Condolences may be made by signing the online Book of Memories at (Clarkston area) or (Sturgis area).
At this time, no service will be held in Clarkston or Sturgis. Since Jerry served in the US Army, he will be buried alongside his wife, Dorothy, on June 2, 2020, at Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgis, SD, with a limited internment witnessing.
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