Randall Price, 32, former Avon resident, dies
December 11, 2003
Randall Price, a former Avon resident, died Friday in New York City of complications relating to cancer. He was 32.
Friends and family say Price, a graphic artist, was an avid outdoorsman and environmentalist and enjoyed “all sorts of extreme sports” while living in Avon.
Price was a member of the United States Bobsled and Skeleton Federation and was ranked as high as 21st in the USA Skeleton Program as recently as last year.
Price had lived in East Hampton, N.Y. since 1997 and worked at painting, line drawing, sculpture and photography for several years.
Price was born in Boston and graduated from Suffield High School in Connecticut in 1989. He attended Springfield Technical Community College in Springfield, Mass., Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C. and the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.
Price is survived by his parents, Rev. Darwin and Grace Price of East Hampton; grandmother Abbie Dunn; brother Christopher Davis of Boston; sisters, Kelly Elizabeth of Washington, D.C., and Molly Elena of New York City; sister-in-law Kathleen Ann Price of Boston; niece Jasmine Elizabeth of Washington, D.C.; and several cousins.
A memorial service was held Wednesday at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in East Hampton.
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