Carol Zellmer Price, age 84 of Pinehurst died Thursday (April 2, 2020) at FirstHealth Hospice House in Pinehurst. 

A private graveside service was held at Emmanuel Baptist Church cemetery. 

A native of Freewater, OR she was a daughter of the late Herman Randall and Mildred Taylor Zellmer.

Carol retired as an administrative assistant with Moore County finance department. 

She was preceded in death by her husband Marvin Price. 

She is survived by her sons Larry Price and wife Janet of Whispering Pines; Steve Price and wife Karen of Vass. 

Services entrusted to  Fry & Prickett Funeral Home. You are encouraged to share a memory or condolence through the online register at 

Memories Timeline


  1. Precious Lady and Friend, I will miss you, I am very blessed to have know you, and Bro. Marvin Price also. What a wonderful time when were at your home and in church with you both.

  2. Price Family,
    We are so sorry to hear about your mother . Her husband Marvin, married me and my husband in 1981. I believe we were the first couple for him to perform the ceremony. We have thought of the Prices off and on in all this time. I know she is in a heaven rejoicing with all the others who have gone before us. I pray God gives you peace and comfort knowing that. Even still, we are human and we miss them greatly. I just lost my mom a year ago, April 8th to be exact. It is hard losing our loved ones.

    God Bless you all.

    Phil and Gloria (Whirle) Lupi
    Clearwater FL

  3. Dear Price Family,

    I was so sorry to hear about your mother. Carol was a wonderful lady, her and your family. I remember when they came to pastor the Foursquare Church in St. Petersburg, FL. Seems so long ago now. I know she is in heaven with your father and all the other saints and that God blesses you and gives you peace.

    Marvin Price
    Dunnellon, FL

  4. Dear Carol-There are no words to adequately express our love and appreciation for your ministry and influence in our lives. Forever grateful for you and Marvin. We are in the ministry today because you both poured into us and saw something we could not see. We will especially miss those times in your living room these past few years worshipping and praying together. It’s hard to find a kindred spirit in the things of the Lord. You were indeed that.

  5. Dear Price Family, I am sorry to hear about your Mother. Bro.and Sis.Price were a very important part of our church for several years. They were both such a blessing and I always loved to hear their testimonies. Heaven has surely gained another Saint💕
    Pat Taylor
    Carthage Church of God

  6. Carol was a true blessing to me, and had a marvelous gift of encouragement!! So sorry I couldn’t attend the funeral. I attended Marvin’s and both him and Carol blessed my life In The short time I knew them. Condolences to the family, but as she would tell you, you can see her again! God bless all her family. And He truly blessed me by allowing me to meet her!!

  7. Dear Steve and Larry, and family Here it is July 26th,2020 and I finally found out today that Carol had gone home to be with Jesus and Marv. I will miss her and the fact we never got to minister and pray together again like we did so many times while in St. Pete. She was my best friend, and it seemed like we were only in touch once in a while. I know we will see each other again one day. So many good memories. Steve or Larry will you call me, I’m sure my phone number is among her things. Thanks.

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