Price, Juston Leigh

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Juston Leigh Price, was born on September 5, 2000, in Milledgeville, GA to William Hugh Price and Jaime Leigh Roach Carter, and passed away on November 10, 2023, in Narrows, VA. Known for his faith-filled heart and handy skills, Juston’s memory will continue to inspire all those who knew him.

Juston is survived by a loving family – his father, William Hugh Price, his mother Jaime Leigh Roach Carter, and step-father Larry Dennis Carter Jr. He also leaves behind his beloved fiancĂ©, Raven Leavins, and his two precious daughters, Brynleigh Ray Price and Isla Lou Price. Justin’s brothers Christopher Price, Matthew Price, Marty Shortnacy, Grady Peacock, and sister Karissa Price will remember him fondly. His grandparents, Myron Roy Roach, Lisa Gravely, Connie Jo Dorsett, Jerome Dorsett, and Sandra Faye Ledford, his fur babies, Bud and Hazel; along with numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, and nephews, are also part of his grieving family. Juston was preceded in death by his best friend, Nick Huguley, whose friendship he treasured deeply.

Juston’s professional life was characterized by his work as a carpenter. He had a knack for creating beautiful pieces, a testament to his meticulous nature and attention to detail. His work was not just a job, but a passion that he pursued with dedication and enthusiasm. His association with fellow carpenters and craftsmen was marked by mutual respect and admiration for his skills and work ethic.

Outside of his professional pursuits, Juston was a man of varied interests. He had a deep love for woodworking, a hobby that allowed him to express his creativity and ingenuity. He was also fond of old antique tools, an interest that complemented his carpentry work and showcased his appreciation for history and craftsmanship. Justin was an avid fisherman who found peace and tranquility in the gentle rhythms of nature. He cherished the opportunities to spend quality time with his family, especially his two girls, who were the apple of his eye. Above all, Juston loved Jesus, and his faith was a guiding principle in his life.

Juston’s life was characterized by his faith and his handy nature. His faith was evident in his love for his family, his commitment to his work, and his dedication to serving others. His handy skills were not just a professional asset but a personal trait that he employed in every aspect of his life. He was the go-to person for any repairs or improvements, always ready to lend a hand with a smile.

There will be a celebration of the life that Juston shared with the world on Tuesday, November 14, 2023 at 4:00 PM in Hope Church-Pearisburg, VA. A guestbook is available to send condolences to the family by visiting The staff of Kendall Funeral Home are honored to serve the Price family.