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Harold L. Price, 81, Hollidaysburg, passed away Saturday at his residence, surrounded by his family.

He was born in Everett, son of the late George and Volna (Potts) Price. On Dec. 15, 1957, he married Regina Riley in Everett.

Surviving are his wife; two daughters: Ronna Lee (Les C.) Stover of Plainfield, and April Jo (Tom) Sell of Hollidaysburg; a son, Michael K. (Amy) Price of Hollidaysburg; seven grandchildren: Emily (Tim) Price Lee, Natalie (Andrew) Kaminski, Seth A. (Rosemary) Stover, Austin M. Stover, Tyler (Kaitlyn) Sell, Corey Sell and Nathan Sell; three great grandchildren: Reed Kaminski, Gwen Kaminski and Nolan Sell; a brother, Edward M. (Carol) Price of Windber; and many nieces and nephews.

Harold was a 1954 graduate of Everett Southern High School. In 1958, he graduated from Lock Haven State College with a bachelor degree in health and physical education. He then earned his master degree from Slippery Rock State College. Harold began and ended his career first teaching at Hollidaysburg Junior High and returning in 1978. While at Hollidaysburg, he served as athletic director and as a science teacher. He taught and coached at Hollidaysburg from 1978 until his retirement in 1996. While he was coach at Hollidaysburg, they won five district championships, two western regional runners up and one state semi final runners up. He previously taught and coached at Williamsburg High School, Windber Area High School, Dickinson College, Carlisle and Leigh University. In 1977, while Harold was coaching football at Lehigh, they won the D2 National Championship. He was voted into the PA Football Coaches Hall of Fame, Blair County Sports Hall of Fame and Bedford County Hall of Fame.

Harold was a member of First Presbyterian Church, Hollidaysburg, where he sang in the choir. He was a member of Pennsylvania State Football Coaches Association, King Valley Golf Club, PA State Education Association and Chim Rocks Squares.

He loved spending time with his family, square dancing, golf, the beach, traveling and playing softball, and he enjoyed the Chicago Cubs. He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to support the Harold Price Scholarship Fund, Central Pennsylvania Community Foundation, 1330 11th Ave., Altoona, PA 16601.
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