Stewart Vaughn Price

Born: Fri., Jul. 22, 1966
Died: Fri., Nov. 12, 2010

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Stewart Vaughn Price, age 44, of Bakersfield, California died Friday, November 12, 2010. Born July 22, 1966 in Alameda, California, he was the son of Paul Clinton Price and Kirsten Elisabeth Pedersen Price. He graduated from Hillsboro High School in California and in 1990 from the University of California Davis with a Bachelor''s Degree in Ag Science and Management. Stewart worked for J. G. Boswell Tomato Company in Corcoran, California as Manager of Field Services. He was very well known and respected by the people in the agricultural industry and loved the people he worked with and his job very much. He was an active member of the Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity at University of California Davis and was currently the treasurer of the Alumni Scholarship Fund for the fraternity. He enjoyed his pass time playing racket ball, camping, hiking, scuba diving, snow skiing and his favorite was gardening. He had a love for animals, especially his bird, Ping the Parrot.

In addition to his parents, Paul and Kirsten Price of the Macedonia Community, he is survived by two sisters, Toni Price of Columbus, Ohio and Blythe Van Eps and husband John of Nampa, Idaho; nephew, Jaxson Van Eps; niece, Chayse Van Eps; and a number of other relatives and friends.

Memorial Services will be held Thursday, December 9, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at the Macedonia Baptist Church, 2721 Macedonia Road, Union Point, GA 30669 with Rev. Farrett Boswell Officiating. Inurnment will follow in the church cemetery. The family will receive friends after the service in the Fellowship Hall. Memorials may be made to the Macedonia Baptist Church, c/o Alvin Moore, 3000 Macedonia Church Road, Union Point, GA 30669 or the Oconee Regional Humane Society (ORHS), 6350 Lake Oconee Pkwy, STE 102, PMB 178, Greensboro, GA 30642. McCommons Funeral Home, 109 W. Broad St., Greensboro, GA, (706) 453-2626, is in charge of arrangements. Visit us at to sign the online guest register.

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Michael Gresham
   Posted Sat December 04, 2010
My love to Paul, Kirsten, Toni and Blythe. I'm thinking of you all every day. My love to Stewart. I will never forget the most amazing, kind, loving, funny man I've ever met. Love, Michael

Anne Erickson
   Posted Mon December 06, 2010
I miss you Stewart. Heartfelt sympathies to your friends and family. With love, Anne

Stephanie Hansel
   Posted Thu December 09, 2010
My heart is with you all. My fun memories of Stew overwhelm me. He was the brother I never had. I loved him dearly and always knew he was just a phone call away regardless of the actual distance. I am honored that he considered me his friend. Love always, Stephanie

Brian and Pam Vaughn
   Posted Sun December 12, 2010
Paul and Family, We were so sorry to hear about your son. Praying for you and your wife and family. Brian and Pam Vaughn

Phyllis Luttrell
   Posted Mon December 20, 2010
I miss Stweart more than I can say . He was like a son, and best friend in one !! He was by my side when I was going though some health problems. He always seemed to call to see how things were going when I needed someone to talk with . He always made me laugh and stop feeling sorry for myself . I love that about him , he was always there for his friends. I find so much comfort in knowing he knew I loved him and I knew he loved me. Thank you Paul and Kirsten for including me . I admire the parents you are ! Love, Phyllis

MIchael Lackman
   Posted Wed December 22, 2010
It's been more that a month since you died. Somehow it still doesn't seem real. You were one of the most genuine people I have ever met. No pretense and comfortable in your own skin. Kind, thoughtful, generous and so darn funny. The time we spent with your Parents was very very special. It was hard to let them go. I know why you loved them so dearly. The friends here in Bakersfield have drawn closer. I guess it's like circling the wagons trying to stay safe. Doesn't really help ...the sadness still gets in. Good men are few and far between. I was lucky to have had your friendship. I'll never forget .......God Bless You Stewart