Sarah Elizabeth Aman Price

Sarah Elizabeth Aman Price

WENDELL – Sarah Elizabeth Aman Price, 42, passed away to her heavenly home this Monday, January 22nd.

She was born in Wake County to loving parents Jesse Franklin and Ellen Barrow Aman and lived her entire life in Wendell and the surrounding area. She, her older sister, Becky, and younger brother, Davis, were very close growing up. She participated in sports and gymnastics, earning first place medal for vault, level 4, for the state in Raleigh. She graduated from East Wake High School. She briefly attended East Carolina University and went on to become a dental assistant in Raleigh for many years.

She was a very outgoing person with a winning smile and personality. She could light up a room when she entered. She was smart, funny, witty, and full of charm. She married Joey Price after high school and had three sons: Sam, Brody and Tyson. Sadly, they divorced but remained friends and have offered support for each other over the years in regards to the boys. Later, she had Caroline who was a light in her world, as well.

Sarah loved all her family and friends fiercely and would stand up for them in any circumstances. She loved her children intensely. They were her whole world. She was very proud of each and every one of them and loved to cook for them, ride bikes, go to the beach, go camping, bowling, visit museums, or just sit around and play cards with them. They will carry her spirit in their hearts.

In addition to her family, she had some very close friends who stuck with her throughout her life, through thick and thin: Heather, April, and Katherine. She cherished their friendship very dearly.

She was a member of Seven Marks Church in Raleigh and rededicated her life to Christ in 2023. She loved God and held strong to her faith throughout her life.

Sarah leaves to cherish her memory her four loving children, Sam Price, Brody Price, Tyson Price, and Caroline Aman, as well as her mother and father, Jesse and Ellen Aman. She is also survived by her siblings, Davis Aman, and Becky Collins (Patrick), her nephews Seth Collins, Jackson Aman, and Colton Aman, as well as her niece Katelyn Collins. She will be missed dearly by all those who knew her.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a college fund established for her children. Any funds donated will be distributed equally between each of her children. You can donate through the following link: backer.com/carolinescollegefund601 or mail a check made out to NC 529 Savings Plan at the following address: NC 529 Plan, P.O. Box 40877, Raleigh, NC 27629-0877 with their name in the memo line.

A private memorial service will be held at a later date.

Arrangements are with Strickland Funeral Home & Crematory, 211 W. Third St., Wendell. www.stricklandfuneral.com

5 Comments

  • Ava Etheridge Posted January 26, 2024 11:27 am

    I am so sorry for your loss. Sarah was such ray of sunshine. Sending prayers for her kids and the Aman family.

  • Kathie C Mau Posted January 26, 2024 11:54 am

    Ellen, Shorty and family….I am deeply sorry to learn of Sarah Beth’s passing. I know this has been a most difficult time for you, but understand there are many wonderful memories to hold onto. May these good memories bring you future peace. Still love and think of your family always.

  • Ellen McCubbin Posted January 27, 2024 6:30 pm

    I am so sorry to hear this. Praying for all of you.
    Ellen McCubbin

  • Lori Norton Posted January 28, 2024 8:26 am

    I’m so sorry for your loss. Your family will be in my prayers especially her children. Love Lori and Trevor

  • Ashton Posted January 29, 2024 8:24 am

    Sweet Sarah,
    For more than a year we got to see each other every day! Your love and passion for dentistry was truly something to behold. You touched so many lives in more ways than you can know, and especially the lives of your patients.
    You were such a light in our office, always spreading joy, kindness, thoughtfulness and love. I have so many fond memories of you cracking up in the lab or the lounge…a few times that brought tears to my eyes.
    Thank you for calling me to congratulate me on the birth of my daughter a few weeks ago. Even after you left the practice, you ALWAYS kept up with me and didn’t TEXT….you CALLED. I will never ever forget that.
    That is how I will always choose to remember you. Thoughtful beyond measure, full of laughter and love.

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