Tim “Red” Price

April 30, 1997 ‒ September 04, 2019

Marion, Ohio

Tim “Red” Price, age 22, of Marion, died unexpectedly on Wednesday, September 4, 2019.

On April 30, 1997, Red was born in Gallipolis, Ohio, the son of Tim Price and Mary (Gullett) Foreman.  He graduated from high school.

Red worked with his family at One Choice Recovery in Carroll, Ohio, repossessing cars, trucks, semis, motorcycles, etc.  A thrill seeker, he especially enjoyed test driving the fun rides they repossessed, seeing what they were made of.

A big kid at heart, Red was always goofing off and having fun.  He always kept everyone on their toes, because you really never knew what that ornery devil would try to do.  He was always playing, and he especially loved playing basketball and swimming in the quarry.

Red loved his family and would do anything he could to protect and defend them.  He also had a good heart, and often offered hugs to anyone he thought needed one, even if he didn’t know them.

In addition to his parents, Red will be missed by his grandmothers: Norma Gullett and Maxine Price; and by numerous brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his grandfathers: Eldon Gullett and Cellman Price; step-mother, Mary Mae Price; and many more dear family members.

Services honoring Red’s life will be announced at a later date.

Memorial contributions may be made to his family through the funeral home.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Marion are honored to serve Red’s family and your condolences may be expressed to them by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

  • Man still can’t believe ur gone tim just don’t seem real R.I.P u are loved and missed by many… see you later until we meet again love u

  • My Gorgeous Forever…
    My Jolly Green Giant..
    I love you.. Its hard to keep it together.. We were together every single day and night..now you’re gone..
    Im completely lost out here..
    You and i sharing life..laughs..and work..plans for a future..
    Pinky promise..i got you .. You got me..
    I love you my gorgeous

  • My sincere condolences to the Family. I never knew his real name. When he was a little boy and lived i think it was Farming Street he used to come over to our house to play with our kids. He had quite the sense of humor. He eas sitting on our porch and I told him he looked like the kid off of the Andy Griffin Show “Opie” and the guy off of Happy Days ” Richie Cunningham” and i started calling him Opie Cunningham. I dont think he watched those two shows since it was before his time. However, I am so sorry to hear of his passing. May the Lord comfort you all during this difficult time.

    The Troutman Family

  • Bub u was always a funny brother u always new how to make ppl laugh ur gonna be missed by us all love u bub fly high R.I.P FOREVER LOVED AND MISSED

  • Tim such an amazing wonderful man definitely gonna miss ur jokes and smiles and all i still cant believe it it hard and will.be so my friend i say untill we meet again i love u and miss u