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Garrett Reid Price

Our beloved Garrett Reid Price tragically left us on October 28, 2023 at the age of 21. He has left behind his father, Liam, mother, Sue, and brother Jordan. Grandpa Gerry and Grandma Donna Price, and Grandma Marilyn Thompson, will miss him very much. He is also survived by aunts and uncles Jeff Thompson, Karen Luke Fildes and David George Gordon, Jeff and Nancy Woodworth, Jeff and Sally Gant, Mike and Claire Manke, and cousins Marian Call, David Pew, Ellen Kilcup, Broc, Derek and Pete Woodworth, Sean and Ron Hawkins, Annette and Mark Gant, Jane, Brett and R.J. Manke, and Tora, Zoe, Alden, Lily and, Brady.

Garrett grew up in Redmond, WA. He attended Redmond Elementary, Redmond Middle School, and Redmond High School. He graduated from Redmond High School in 2021. He was a running start student in high school and earned his AA degree at Bellevue College.  He was a strong mathematics student. He played trombone in band from 3rd to 11th grade. 

He played baseball for many years, usually as catcher. He played on the All-Star team for Redmond West Little League in 2013, 2014 and 2015. 

After elementary school he chose soccer as his main sport. He played soccer with Crossfire Select.  He was on the same team for eight years, and enjoyed traveling around the northwest and California with that team, culminating in a soccer-themed tour in England. He played for his high school team, the Redmond Mustangs and participated in Senior Night. Soccer was his passion. 

This past year he enjoyed playing drop-in indoor soccer at Arena Sports twice a week. He loved Frisbee golf, pickleball, playing Yahtzee, and his cat Hank. Garrett loved to hike in the woods and to canoe.

Garrett is preceded in death by his Grandpa Ron Thompson.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).  


I want to offer my condolences to your family-My heart goes out to you -Please know you are in the hearts of so many and Garrett will always be remembered-He was on my Grandson's Baseball team back in the day (Alex Sheffield)-What a special guy!

Debbie Pratt

Life can be short. It does not mean we love them less. Garrett, we care, we love you and we are very sad. May you lay your head down and rest now. Sue, Liam, and Jordan, I hope you can lean on us to help with the pain. I told Jordan, to keep talking to Garrett, and look to Heaven knowing he was out of pain. Garrett, you are gone way too soon. Please watch over your loving family and give them strength. Parents should never have to say goodbye to their children. Love Coach Marc.

Marc La Pierre

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