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Barton F. Price, age 57, of Vernal, unexpectedly passed away at his home on Vernal Avenue on July 16, 2018.
Bart was born on June 20, 1961, the youngest of John and Frances Price’s five children. Bart spent his younger years in the Glines area helping on his family’s dairy farm. He loved his dogs and riding Molly, the family horse, in the mountains. He attended Uintah High School, worked many years in the oil field, then later as a carpenter and was a jack of all trades.
He married Vicki Timothy on April 14, 1988, and they had four children — Bo, Morgan, Corri, and Denver, whom he loved dearly. Bart and Vicki later divorced but remained bestfriends and he loved her very much. Bart’s family was his pride and joy. He loved them and was so proud of each of them.
His handsome smile and contagious laugh will be missed by all who knew him. He was an amazing father, brother, son, and uncle.
Bart liked doing lots of different things. He loved to raise, ride, exercise, and train horses. He enjoyed being around his friend Rhenda (deceased) and hanging out with his best pals Lou and Dan. He taught his grandchildren how to shoot a BB gun, told entertaining life stories, listened to old school country music, and watched classic westerns. He was a good friend and enjoyed spending time with anyone who showed up at his house.
Bart is survived by his four children, Bo Daniel (Natalie Hulse), Morgan (Nick) Cruz, Corri (James) Worthen, and Denver; father John Price, older brothers Johnny, Danny, and Derk (Jacqui), sister Cathy (Stacy) Hall, grandchildren Emma, Hunter, Brylee, Talon, Eli, Oaklee, Jerzi, Nevaeh, and Melony.
Funeral services will be held Friday, July 20, 2018, at the Ashley Valley Funeral Home (410 N. 800 W. in Vernal) at 11:00 a.m. with a viewing from 9:45-10:45 prior to the service. An additional viewing will be held Thursday, July 19 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the funeral home. Interment will be at the Maeser Fairview Cemetery.
Bart, we know you are reunited with your mom, our Gib. You will always be loved, never forgotten, and always missed. Until we meet again.