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Joan Miller Price | Execution

Johnson City – Johnson City’s Zone Miller Price, 83, died at his house with his family on Monday, July 4, 2022. She is a Tampa origin of Florida and a resident of TN’s Johnson City. She is the daughter of the late Glenn Adois and Thelma Louis Miller. Joan Southwestern was a loyal member of the Baptist Church. Joan, who had the promise of God’s promises, was able to deal with many storms in life because she rely on the anchor of her soul. At this time she often managed a laugh and brisk intellect, which brought more laughs and happy moments to everyone around her. She is a loyal wife, mother, grandmother and she is a noble woman. Her husband believed her, and she got up early in the morning to provide her family. She worked hard for the evening to look after her family. And she served the poor and the needy. She was strong, intelligent, never was inert, feared the Lord and her family was blessed to call her mother and grandmother. In addition to her parents, two brothers, Jacob Range Miller and Robert Samuel Miller, died. The survivors include two daughters, Debra Jane Price and Anna Catherine Price Tate; Grandson, Perry Lee Tate (her pride and happiness); Brothers, Robert Miller and Tracy Miller; And many nieces and nephews. Joan was working with his father and mother, White City Laundry, family -owned business, when she was old enough to fold clothes. He was employed at Patty Lumb Company for ten years, during which he graduated from East Tennessee State University. Later, he received a master’s degree in education while teaching primary and middle school math. He had been employed by the Johnson City School System for thirty years and had a passion for seeing his students learning. She loved her students and often looked at teaching to those in need of additional help in mathematics after school time. The family wants to thank Joan’s care for Joan’s careers, including Rene Freeman, Carey Davis, Nora Garcia, Brittani Anderson, Dena Wilson, Mary Crawford and Barbara Williams, who gave all the fruits of the soul to Joan. Their love, happiness, peace, long agony, kindness, goodness, loyalty, gentleness and restraint were clear in their daily care, for which their daughters are forever grateful. Many thanks to Joan’s long -standing friend Sharon Chupa for years of service to Joan and his family. Sharon’s kindness and love for our mother is always obeyed. Thanks to Barbara Minor, Joan’s “ww cab” on Sunday morning. Windy Wells, RN, Joan’s personal nurse and thanks to a friend for the past several years. And, thanks to the Ladies Sunday School class in the Baptist Church for Joan’s service. The funeral service is scheduled to be held on Friday, July 8, at the Southwestern Baptist Church in Cherokee Road, Johnson City, TN. The pastor Greg Salier will be in operation. The family will receive friends after the service at the Fellowship Hall at the Southwestern Baptist Church at 7 pm. The GraveSide Committee service run by Pastor David HoltsClav is located in 1900 East Oakland Avenue, Johnson City, TN at Monte Vista Memorial Gardens on Saturday morning at 10 am. Joan is buried with a loving homer of his life. Attendees meet at the cemetery at 9:50 am. Jim Watt, Scotty Sizmore, David Chupa, Logan Brown, Jacob Brown and Joan’s grandson Perry Tate are active Palbier. Honorary parents are men of the Southwest Baptist Church. Instead of flowers, the Southwestern Baptist Baptist Church’s Decan Benevolence Fund can be donated. Memories and condolences can be shared on www.tetrickfuneralhome.com. Tetric Funeral Services 3001 People’s Street, Johnson City, TN 37604 (423-610-7171) is honored to serve the Price family.

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