MARY HUNNICUTY PRICE
Mary Hun-nicutt Price, 88, of Marlin, passed away Friday, May 5, 2017. Funer-al service will be held Saturday, May 13, at 10 a.m. at St. John Epis-copal Church with Rev. Judy Filer of-ficiating. Interment to follow in the Hillcrest Cemetery in Marlin. Family will receive friends from 6: 00 – 8:00 p.m. Friday, May 12, at Adams Funer-al Home.Mary was born July 7, 1928 to Wil-liam Wesley and Sybil (Finley) Hun-nicutt in San Antonio, Texas. She was a longtime resident of Marlin and a member of St. John Episcopal Church. Mary was instrumental in start-ing Marlin Branch of the Waco Mar-lin Federal Credit Union. She was co-owner with her husband, W. A. (Bill) Price, Jr. of Price Realtors and Guar-anty Abstract & Title Company.Mary had a variety of hobbies and interests and was involved in various organizations including: Regent of the Elizabeth Gordon Bradley Chap-ter of the Daughters of the Ameri-can Revolution; She was local histo-rian and member of the Falls County Historical Society; an artist and mem-ber of the Marlin Art League; instru-mental in starting the Falls Commu-nity Hospital and Clinic “Auxiliary”. Additionally, she lived a life of un-wavering faith in her Lord and Sav-ior Jesus Christ and had a passion for the Word and prayer as exemplifiedby her completion of 7 years with BSF (Bible Study Fellowship Intl) and her leadership in the local Daughters of King. She had a passion for travel and made numerous trips to Europe, Cen-tral and South America.Mary was preceded in death by her parents; husband, W. A. (Bill) Price, Jr., step-son, William E. Price, step-daughter, Virginia Price Eden, sister, Pearl Hunnicutt Shryock and brother, William W. Hunnicutt III;She leaves behind to cherish her memories, sons, Philip Price, Sr. of Waco and wife, Marissa; George Ste-ven Price and wife, Lisabeth of Mar-lin; Bryson H. Price and wife, Elza of Dallas; Howard B. Price of Cypress; step-son, James E. Price and wife, Es-telle Carter of Dallas; step-daugh-ter, Mary Ann Price Close and hus-band, Ralph of Ramrod Key, Florida; 16 grandchildren, numerous great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers,the family re-quests memorials be made to St. John’s Episcopal Church, Marlin, Texas.