ForeverMissed
It is with heavy heart and great sadness that I tell you my Mom, Roberta J. Price passed away peacefully in her sleep while I was at her bedside, on Thursday, May 14th.

Mom grew up in Runnemede, NJ and was in the first graduating class of Triton High School, 1959. She then went on to work for Curtis Publishing Company as an IBM Keypunch Hole Verifier. In 1960, Mom married Walter Ronald Price, from Mt. Ephraim, NJ, and moved to Haddon Heights, NJ, where he passed away on July 9th, 1987.

She is survived by her son, Kevin D. Price, her twin brother, Ted, and two sisters, Connie and Sandy, nieces and nephews.

Mom had many interests, including planting flower gardens, especially daisies. Mom and I shared a love of making homemade Pierogies, laughing and listening to the oldies, which I will never forget.

Mom, you are not here anymore to talk to or to tell a joke to, but you will NEVER be forgotten. I love you Mom!

Posted by Gary Orf on June 9, 2020
           
                      FOND MEMORIES
 
With a heavy heart I memorialize the person I've known as Bobby Price. I have known Kevin for over 25 years and we are close friends. The instant I met Bobby we connected like we knew each other forever. She saw within my heart and I hers. 
     I became the Golden child that could do no WRONG.
  There was a love that was like no other. For us it was simple and easy, it wasn't about gifts or material things, it was about the thought, the meaning, and the love behind it. 
  I am an avid gardener with a very green thumb. (everything grows for me.) There wasn't a day that Kevin would visit that i didn't cut and wrap a ("Miss America") arrangement of flowers from my garden for him to give to her. This was ALWAYS followed up with a phone call from her to express her appreciation.
  As time went on all I heard was Kevin saying about Mom's wine, Mom's wine, Mom's wine !!! Well that's all I needed to here, So off i go to the liquor store. I search and I search for the perfect bottle of wine, something unique, something all my own, I got it----Tomasello Cranberry Moscato (sweet with a kick). Her face lit up like the morning sun. She immediately kissed and hugged me, and said lets drink it. She said I must drink it with her.I laughed and asked her if she was trying to get me drunk. And with a look only Bobby could give she said "maybe" We both laughed and proceeded to finish the bottle. 
      These memories are embedded in my heart forever
  because of the love, and respect that we held for one another. 
              I mourn the loss of you in my life.
                 I smile in honor of you
         I memorialize you because you meant so much. 
         
          --Having you in my life has been a gift from God--        
                  --I shall be FOREVER GRATEFUL--
                      ---My Love Eternal---
                           ---Gary---
Posted by Renee Barr on June 3, 2020
I'm sorry for the loss of Mrs Price on May 14th. She was a kind and thoughtful person. She loved her wine. Every time Kevin and I would visit she would always have a glass to offer. I will miss the trips the three of us took together to the shore. Ever since I met Kevin and his mother you could just tell he was doting on her. Kevin always by her side more like best friends. Kevin was always a loving and caring son. She will surely be missed.
Posted by Tom Gillam on June 2, 2020


My memories of Aunt Bobbie were of an overly gracious friendly and giving person though I hadn't seen or talked to her in quite a few years. She and her twin brother, my Uncle Ted were the middle children in my Mom's family, she the oldest and my Aunt Sandra Leszczykowski the youngest.

She is survived by her Children Ronnie, Kevin and Melissa (my cousins) whom I haven't seen in years as well, which kinda makes me sad.

Time passes so much quicker than we think it does, and those loves ones, family you may have spent endless childhood days and nights with, the ones you say " ya know I gotta stop by or make that phone call one day.." well one day leads to another, years pass, memories fade and you suddenly realize, it's too late.

I wish I knew Aunt Bobbie better but according to my Mom for all her outgoing traits she was an immensely private person, even my Mom her older Sister by 2yrs can't say for sure she knew her well.

I'm send the whitest of Light and the love of the Universe to Roberta Joan Price born 3/27/1940 left this mortal plane 5/13/2020
May you Rest in Peace
Posted by Sharon Depalma on May 23, 2020
Aunt Bobbie I am so glad I got to sit with you on your last day and Whisper to you how much I love you love you now and forever Sharon Lee

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Posted by Gary Orf on June 9, 2020
           
                      FOND MEMORIES
 
With a heavy heart I memorialize the person I've known as Bobby Price. I have known Kevin for over 25 years and we are close friends. The instant I met Bobby we connected like we knew each other forever. She saw within my heart and I hers. 
     I became the Golden child that could do no WRONG.
  There was a love that was like no other. For us it was simple and easy, it wasn't about gifts or material things, it was about the thought, the meaning, and the love behind it. 
  I am an avid gardener with a very green thumb. (everything grows for me.) There wasn't a day that Kevin would visit that i didn't cut and wrap a ("Miss America") arrangement of flowers from my garden for him to give to her. This was ALWAYS followed up with a phone call from her to express her appreciation.
  As time went on all I heard was Kevin saying about Mom's wine, Mom's wine, Mom's wine !!! Well that's all I needed to here, So off i go to the liquor store. I search and I search for the perfect bottle of wine, something unique, something all my own, I got it----Tomasello Cranberry Moscato (sweet with a kick). Her face lit up like the morning sun. She immediately kissed and hugged me, and said lets drink it. She said I must drink it with her.I laughed and asked her if she was trying to get me drunk. And with a look only Bobby could give she said "maybe" We both laughed and proceeded to finish the bottle. 
      These memories are embedded in my heart forever
  because of the love, and respect that we held for one another. 
              I mourn the loss of you in my life.
                 I smile in honor of you
         I memorialize you because you meant so much. 
         
          --Having you in my life has been a gift from God--        
                  --I shall be FOREVER GRATEFUL--
                      ---My Love Eternal---
                           ---Gary---
Posted by Renee Barr on June 3, 2020
I'm sorry for the loss of Mrs Price on May 14th. She was a kind and thoughtful person. She loved her wine. Every time Kevin and I would visit she would always have a glass to offer. I will miss the trips the three of us took together to the shore. Ever since I met Kevin and his mother you could just tell he was doting on her. Kevin always by her side more like best friends. Kevin was always a loving and caring son. She will surely be missed.
Posted by Tom Gillam on June 2, 2020


My memories of Aunt Bobbie were of an overly gracious friendly and giving person though I hadn't seen or talked to her in quite a few years. She and her twin brother, my Uncle Ted were the middle children in my Mom's family, she the oldest and my Aunt Sandra Leszczykowski the youngest.

She is survived by her Children Ronnie, Kevin and Melissa (my cousins) whom I haven't seen in years as well, which kinda makes me sad.

Time passes so much quicker than we think it does, and those loves ones, family you may have spent endless childhood days and nights with, the ones you say " ya know I gotta stop by or make that phone call one day.." well one day leads to another, years pass, memories fade and you suddenly realize, it's too late.

I wish I knew Aunt Bobbie better but according to my Mom for all her outgoing traits she was an immensely private person, even my Mom her older Sister by 2yrs can't say for sure she knew her well.

I'm send the whitest of Light and the love of the Universe to Roberta Joan Price born 3/27/1940 left this mortal plane 5/13/2020
May you Rest in Peace
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Shared by Richard King on May 29, 2020
Mrs price was like my second mother and will never be forgotten!