Public invited to help celebrate 75 years of Price Funeral Home on Saturday
By Jim Turner

Posted on August 17, 2023 7:47 PM

In July 1948, Wallace Ryan Price and his wife Dorothy started construction on a two-story building on Green Street in Lewisburg, that would become Price Funeral Home. In January 1949 Price Funeral Hoe opened.

Now 75 years later, the funeral home not only is still an integral part of the heartthrob of Lewisburg, perhaps the best-known continuous family business
in North Logan.

On Jan. 1, 1961 Wallace Ryan Price and his son Wallace Bryson (Buddy) Price formed a partnership. This partnership stayed in existence until the founder’s death on Nov. 2, 1981.

On Jan. 1, 1985, Buddy Price and his son, Bryson Price, formed a partnership. This partnership remained until Jan. 1, 1993, at which time they incorporated Price Funeral Home. The stockholders were Buddy Price, Bryson Price and Bryson’s wife, Susan Marie Holloway Price. Courtney is

On May 1, 2022, the Prices transferred ownership of Price Funeral Home to Courtney and Will McCormick and Jason and Rhetta Rolley. The men had worked with Bryson in operating the funeral home.  Courtney is the granddaughter of Buddy Price and the great-granddaughter of the founders.

”Since 1948 we have remained family-owned. By remaining independently owned, we are committed to provide you with an affordable, quality service,” the Price Funeral Home website says.

We'd like to take this opportunity to thank the Lewisburg Community for 75 wonderful years of service! Price Funeral Home, Inc. is currently the oldest, continuously operating funeral home in Logan County. Please join us at the Lewisburg Cumberland Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall on Saturday, Aug. 19, and see how we've been serving this community for the past 75 years! Light refreshments will be provided.”



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