Evelyn Sue Pryce

October 25, 1929 - October 08, 2018

Evelyn Sue Pryce

October 25, 1929 - October 08, 2018


ve Pryce always told her friends to “Ask for what you want”. And so, we have to assume that in the end, she chose to let go of this body and move on. And she had many friends who will miss her big smile, warm embraces, and constant support. October 8th she made her last exit. And we will always remember her with love.
She married Joel Pryce and had 10 wonderful years with him, and then survived him by 16 years, filling her life with the yoga and exercise classes that she loved, watercolor painting, demonstrating how to eat healthy, reading books for the 2 book groups that she attended, and even starred in a film!
This amazing world traveler started her adult life as a flight attendant, was an interior designer, became an Assistant to the Ambassador of Ireland, and then worked as a Medical Assistant for many years. Her journeys brought her to Bellingham and we are all so grateful for the time we had with her. She graced every moment of her life with her very special presence. At Eve’s request there will be no service. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Whatcom Community Foundation.

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2 responses to Evelyn Sue Pryce

  1. Susan Rowan says:

    Eve, you’ll always be with me. I am so thankful for all the time we spent together all these years. I know how much you also loved my fur babies, actually they were yours also. on September 10th this year I had to put down my oldest, I am so happy they are now together. When I brought them she always sang to me and them “I’m in heaven.We had such great talks about all we shared in common…Your forever loved. Susan

  2. Oh Eve you will be missed. We met in Medical Assistant school, even with 20 years difference in age we became study buddies and best friends. How fun to watch you bloom like a butterfly after putting some hard times behind you. Tyson my son loved your art and your cooking. You were a big influence on him as well as me. Thank you for the gifts you have given me over the years. I love you and you will always be in my heart. Dee, Tyson and Mike

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