Phyllis Stultz

Phyllis Price Stultz

1922 - 2014

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Phyllis passed peacefully with family by her side October 23,2014 in her home at Faribault Keystone Memory Care. Phyllis was born January 31, 1922 in Aberdeen, S.D. to Irene Brannon Liggett and Joseph Roland Liggett. She graduated from Spirit Lake High School in Iowa and attended Iowa State University. She married C. Jerry Price April 27, 1941. They moved to Red Wing in 1950 where they raised their four children. Jerry passed away June 16, 1977. Phyllis married Dr. Robert L. Stultz November 24, 1989. He passed away March 14, 1996. Phyllis was a long time member of the First United Methodist Church, the P.E.O. Sisterhood, the Red Wing Country Club and had been active in volunteer work. She enjoyed sewing, knitting, cooking and baking, golfing, traveling and playing cards. She made a profound impact on the lives of her family and friends by nurturing and staying in close contact. We all appreciated her beautiful letters, her sense of humor, her outpouring of love. She was a woman of faith and touched our lives deeply. Phyllis is survived by three daughters: Nancy Carter, Baltimore, MD; Bonnie Holst (Bill) Cummings, Center Junction, IA; Alice (Herb) Hemenway, Northfield, MN; one step-daughter, Anne (Rich) Crooks, Plymouth, MN and a step-son Robert (Kathy) Stultz, Seattle, WA; eight grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren, thirteen step-grandchildren, 28 step-great grandchildren and three step-great great grandchildren, one sister-in-law, three nieces and two nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husbands, her sister, brother, her son Donald J. Price, two step-daughters, two brothers-in-law and sister-in-law. A celebration of life service will be Saturday November 1st at 1:30 at the First United Methodist Church in Red Wing, MN with a fellowship time to follow. Words cannot express how grateful the family is for the compassionate care our dear Mom and Grandma received at her Keystone Memory Care home in Faribault.