Let the memory of Annie be with us forever
  • 95 years old
  • Born on September 25, 1919 .
  • Passed away on November 4, 2014 .

Mrs. Annie Lee Frazier Price of Columbus passed away on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 at her home. She was 95 years of age and resided at 4024 Curry Street.

  The Homegoing Celebration for Mrs. Price will be Wednesday, 11:00 a.m. at the Cathedral of Prayer COGIC with interment following Evergreen Memorial Park. Rev. Dr.'s Charles and Gloria Rodgers, pastors, officiating .

Visitation is Tuesday, 2 til 6:00 p.m. at the funeral home.

The cortege will depart from the residence at 10:30 the morning of the service.

Arrangements entrusted to the staff of Progressive Funeral Home, Inc. "A Touch of Dignity for Those Who Care."  www.progressivefuneralhome.com 

Posted by Teanna Williams on 8th November 2016
How I miss my Grandmother, Annie L. Price. That's how she signed her birthday cards, "Your Grandmother, Annie L. Price". That memory makes me smile. I just had a milestone birthday without physical her presence, but with wonderful memories of her. I thank God for my "Mama".
Posted by CORINE DOTSON on 11th November 2014
Mother Price, as I have always called her made such a difference in my life and my daughter's(Herlonda). She being a godly example of a woman of Christ. I carry the wisdom taught to me by Mother Price. Her family at Cathedral of Prayer COGIC and others will miss her smile and gentle presence. Mother Price you live on though all of us. Not good-bye, we will see each other again.GOD'S PROMISE
Posted by Teanna Williams on 8th November 2014
Mrs. Price was my paternal grandmother. She really was the example for me to follow. She filled in for my mother since I was 17 years old. My children never knew my own dear mother, but they knew and loved their "Granny" very much. "Mama" took me to church, showed me how to live by faith, allowed me to learn in her kitchen, encouraged me and advised me. We had a special bond. I'm sad for me, but so happy for her. She is not suffering anymore. I will miss her until I see her again. I will try to teach my grandchildren what she taught me.

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