Christopher “Chris” Carl Price, 62 of Stuart, Florida passed away Monday, June 7, 2021 at his home.
Born October 27, 1958 in Fort Pierce, Florida he was the son of the late Maurice Streeter and Linda Price Streeter. Chris was part of a military family and lived in numerous places. He returned to the Treasure Coast 30 years ago, moving here from Kentucky.
Chris graduated from Fletcher Senior High School in Atlantic Beach, Florida. He joined the Air Force following high school.
Chris loved animals, played the guitar and liked to fish.
He is survived by his daughter, Angela Wright; granddaughter, Brooklyn Elkins; siblings, David Price; Ava Forsythe and Patrick J. Streeter; his aunt, Judy Streeter; nieces and nephews.
Committal Service was held at Cape Canaveral National Cemetery, Mims, Florida with military honors provided by U. S. Air Force.
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