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      Marion C. Price, 85 of Mahaffey, went home to the Lord, Tuesday, May 13, 2014 at St. Andrews Village in Indiana. Mrs. Price was born June 26, 1928 in Curwensville, a daughter of the late Herman and Maragert (Powell) Cleaver. She is preceded in death by her husband A
rnold T. Price. Marion was a member and assisted in the founding of Cornerstone Worship Center in Indiana, PA.

     Marion Price was a woman loved by all. She was always there to reach out to others, she was always there to be a help, to love anyone who needed love, to care for anyone who needed cared for, to pray earnestly for anyone who needed prayer and her fridge was always full for a hungry man or woman.  Pastor Paul and his son, JP, can trace their calling into ministry back to Marion's faith and prayers.

      Marion, had two pregnancies ending in miscarriages in the 1950's. Her desire to have a child was so strong she prayed a 'Hanna Prayer' (1 Samuel 1:10-11) and vowed to the Lord that if God would bless her with a son, she would dedicate him to ministry early. Paul A. Price was born on October 31, 1958 and little did she know that her prayer would establish a church in Indiana, PA that would set hundreds to flight for the Lord.

Right to Left: Ed Price, Paul Price, Marion Price & Arnold Price

     Marion worked for 40 years for Stanley Home Products before retirement. She was a very loved wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She is survived by two sons; Rev. Paul A. Price with his wife Claudia of Indiana, PA. and Edward R. Price with his wife Tammy of Ohio, five grandchildren (Paul Jr., JonPaul, Auriahna, Colin & James) and currently three great grandchildren (Ethen, Eli & Ean); along with several nieces and nephews! In addition to her husband Arnold, she is preceded in death by three brothers; Ralph, Ray and Boyd Cleaver and one sister; Ruby Clapsadle.

The funeral service was held at 11 AM on Tuesday, May 20, 2014 at the McCabe Funeral Home (www.McCabeFuneralHomes.com) with Rev. Paul A. Price & Rev. JP Price officiating.


A month before Marion went home to be with the Lord, her son Paul had a chance to record them singing Amazing Grace together. Although you can hear the weakness in her voice, her spirit was strong until the last breath was drawn. We wanted to share this with you because those who knew her, knew she loved the hymnals of the church. You can listen to the
audio by clicking the player directly below this text.
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The Price family has upload the audio and video from Marion's funeral to preserve the memory for future generations.
You can listen to the audio or watch the video by clicking
 one of the player(s) directly below this text.

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Thoughts from the family:

“My mother showed me the greatest gift of all the gifts of God; that is the gift of love. Without love we are nothing and mom extended her love to everyone she came in touch with. I will greatly miss you mom…. Hopefully my mothers love can be shown through me to all others in my life!”

~Ed Price~

  "Marion touched a lot of lives in her years. The house was always full of kids even before her own children came into the world. She loved every child like her own flesh and blood. There are many people missing their mothers each day and today, I know I am!"

~ Tammy Price ~
"Marion's legacy of love rippled throughout innumerable lives, including my own. Much of what I've learned came from my husband who learned it from his mom, Marion. I'm holding onto the promise we spoke of the Friday, before she passed, that her and pap will meet me on the other side when I cross over. I love you Marion!"

~ Claudia Price ~
  "I often think back to the time in my teens when I was running from my calling and running from God. At one point I was in so much trouble that I had no alternative but to go hide because I was facing years behind bars. My grandmother, Marion, opened her home to me in Mahaffey, PA. She kept me hidden, she loved me through the withdrawal from the drugs, she loved me through the spectrum of emotions and supported me until the day of my enlistment in the Army. I remember back hearing grandma every night, laying in the bedroom next to me, crying out to God for my salvation. With tears in her eyes and the pain in her voice she interceded for my salvation. To this day I can't speak of it without being moved - she was a rock during the storm of life. I love her and can't wait for her to great me on the other side - that will be a great day!" 

 ~ JP Price ~

 Right to Left: Arnold Price, Marion Price, Paul A. Price, Dennis Kutzner, Claudia Price, Dr. Paul Paino, Jess Jessup  & Dr. Able Robles

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