Sarah Lee Price
Sarah Lee Price passed away March 21, 2020 in Buffalo General Medical Center. Born October 23, 1941 in Walnut Hill, FL, she was the daughter of Henry and Virginia (Kirkland) McDowell.
Sarah worked at Harrison Radiator where she was an inspector, retiring in 1992. She was known throughout the community feeding and clothing people, and her loving kindness toward the less fortunate. Sarah had a passion for singing and loved attending church services.
She is survived by her husband of 55 years, Joe Price; children, Desmond (Tracy) Price, Christopher (Mary) Price, Linda Johnson, Stella (Elbert) Stinson and late John Dortch, Joe Price, Jr., Evelyn Price and Ismael Lewis; 15 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren; siblings, Henry, Sidney (Earlin), Eugene, Roy (Shirley) McDowell, Ernestine Maxwell, Dorothy Washington and late Armie and Ledrose McDowell; a host of nieces and nephews.
Private services held at the convenience of the family. Interment will be in Glenwood Cemetery.
Published on March 24, 2020


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Gwendolyn Hamilton
Mar 26, 2020
Truly will be mis
Mar 25, 2020
What I loved about "Mama" Price she always spoke a word of wisdom to me. We would laugh! Then she what I believed was a phrophetic word? She would say, "you know you getting married soon right? I know yah is..!" She and I would laugh so...! I would respond.." Keep speakin' Ma..! Awe shoot I would say!! At that tickled her so..!!" Mama I will keep this memory for life! When I do get married!! I am a cake made with your prophecy on it!! I love you lady! Keep watching over us! Be blessed...
Rosetta Hamilton
Mar 25, 2020
Long ago as a child I can remember the kind heart and a very sweet loving neighbor. Rest In Peace ❤️🌹🙏🏽
Linda Ealy Hawkins & Family
Mar 25, 2020
Rest In Peace Mother Sara, you will be sadly missed🌹
Mar 25, 2020
Good bye Ms Sara. She was always the same lovely lady from the first time we met. Hang in there Joe, we’ll see her again.