Daryl Scott Price

Daryl Scott Price, 78, of Springdale, died Saturday, April 11, 2020. He was born July 20, 1941, in Fayetteville, to Scott Mitchell and Bessie Ramona Gilmore Price. Daryl was an avid fisherman and participated in many bass tournaments over the years. He was a multi-instrumentalist, playing guitar, piano, bass, and fiddle throughout a long career which included touring with Roy Clark. Daryl also collected Civil War memorabilia.

Daryl is survived by his loving wife Eva Catherine; two sons, Sterling Scott Price and wife Teddie of Bentonville, and Mark Russell Price of Tulsa, Oklahoma; one brother, Duane Carlton Price and wife Sue of Pineville; five grandchildren, Abigail, Sarah, Logan, Carter, and Devin; and two great-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by one daughter, Melody Lynn Hale.

A memorial will be held at a later date.

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Yvonne Danelle Carpenter
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Yvonne Danelle Carpenter

Daryl will be remembered by many of his friends for the hours of enjoyment he gave through his many musical talents. He was always willing to help others and go that ‘extra’ mile when called upon. Our prayers are with his family and all who loved him.
Danelle Bell Carpenter
Class of 1959

Judy (Tucker) Fullington
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Judy (Tucker) Fullington

The Price family, including Daryl, was a big part of my early life. Ramona was my kindergarten teacher. I stayed with the family when my birth mother was buried. Daryl and I went through 12 years of school together after kindergarten. My thoughts and prayers are with Daryl’s remaining family. May he Rest In Peace!🙏🙏

NANCY ELKINS
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NANCY ELKINS

DARYL AND I HAVE KNOWN ONE ANOTHER SINCE OUR GLORIOUS DAYS IN KINDERGARTEN; HIS MOTHER WAS OUR TEACHER! ALL OF US LOVED EACH DAY OF THIS ADVENTURE WITH SUCH OUTSTANDING ACTIVITIES! I AM VERY SADDENED BY THIS NEWS. DARYL WAS SUCH A DELIGHT AND SO TALENTED , BELOVED CLASSMATE OF MINE. MANY PRECIOUS MEMORIES OF OUR ADVENTURE WILL LIVE ON FOREVER! MAY HE REST IN PEACE!

Susan Rieff
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Susan Rieff

Daryl was a lifetime friend. We were neighbors before starting school. He will be missed.
Susan Rieff

Linda Perry Rutledge
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Linda Perry Rutledge

Not only was Daryl the most talented musician I have every known, he was a very special friend. We were high school students together and he usually sat right behind me in any class we had together that had alphabetical seating. He and I worked very closely together to create a website for the SHS Class of 1959. He was a true friend and I will miss him.

Galen & Wilma Black
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Galen & Wilma Black

Sorry for the family’s loss. So glad we were able to reconnect in later years at some of our reunions.

Donald Ralston
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Donald Ralston

Donald Ralston–Had a great time in school. One of the best guys around.

Cliff Madewell
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Cliff Madewell

Never had a better friend. He would always inquire of your health and when asked about his, his answer, “just fine” no matter of the truth. He would hmgo out of his way to offer aid to anyone. I shall miss him terribly. Rest well my friend.

Larry Owens
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Larry Owens

sorry for your loss, went to school with Daryl

Richard Pool Sr.
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Richard Pool Sr.

Old friend I will miss you. Heartfelt wishes to Cathy and family. Anything I can do, call me.

Dash Goff
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Dash Goff

Great friend, fond memories. Sorry for the loss

Gary Wilkins
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Gary Wilkins

YOU’RE TRULY ONE OF THE BEST DARYL-
The countless times enjoying the piano bar with ya to all the great times we had fishing together. Love ya man-
Gary