[Vision2020] Unpleasant news

Dr. S.M. Ghazanfar ghazi at uidaho.edu
Wed May 27 13:38:10 PDT 2015

Deep condolences to his family.  I came to know Wayne briefly; his 
office in the Albertson Building was next to my office, till we moved.  
Chatted with him occasionally whenever our paths crossed. Found him 
open-minded, respectful and polite.  Loss for the community.  May he 
rest in peace, Amen.

On 5/27/2015 11:04 AM, Tom Hansen wrote:
> In spite of our differences, the loss of such a community-conscious 
> military veteran as Wayne Price will be felt, and his memory recalled, 
> for a long time to come.
> Rest well, Mr. Price.
> Tom Hansen
> Moscow, Idaho
> On May 27, 2015, at 07:45, Gary Crabtree <moscowlocksmith at gmail.com 
> <mailto:moscowlocksmith at gmail.com>> wrote:
>> Sad and unexpected news of Wayne's premature departure hit my door 
>> step this morning. I will greatly miss his periodic visits to the 
>> shop to discuss news of the day and matters of mutual interest. Rest 
>> well, pal.
>> Wayne Martin Price, 62, of Moscow died Friday, May 22, 2015, at 
>> Hospice House in Coeur d'Alene.
>> Wayne was born March 21, 1953, in Pittsburgh, Penn., to George and 
>> Marie Price. He grew up in Pittsburgh until high school when he 
>> attended Archbishop Stepinac High School in White Plains, N.Y., 
>> graduating in 1971.
>> In 1973, Wayne joined the U.S. Army where he served for 36 years 
>> before retiring in 2010. His military career began during the Vietnam 
>> era when he walked into the recruiters' office and signed up to be a 
>> helicopter pilot. In his back pocket was his notification that his 
>> lottery number had been selected for duty. He became a helicopter 
>> test pilot and air traffic controller. He was commissioned as a 
>> "mustang" and assigned to the Signal Corp as an intelligence officer. 
>> He served in some capacity in every military action since Vietnam. 
>> His last assignment was chief of coalition communication for US 
>> CENTCOM. He served as a U.S. liaison officer to England in charge of 
>> communications during the Falklands War and to Canada during military 
>> exercises exploring joint operations. He was decorated by several 
>> countries for his work, including Australia, New Zealand, Estonia, 
>> Bosnia and Poland. Wayne was a graduate of the Marine Special 
>> Operations School in Quantico, Va., and held a B.S. in criminal 
>> justice from Columbus State and a juris doctorate from the University 
>> Of Idaho School of Law. On April 24, 2002, Wayne married his wife of 
>> 13 years, Crystal Conrad, in Moscow. Wayne currently was teaching 
>> military history and business law at the U I.
>> Wayne loved to debate, often taking the opposing view just to prolong 
>> the debate and frustrate his "opponent." He loved to cook, although 
>> he never used a recipe everything always turned out great. Wayne was 
>> a voracious reader and loved making models of WWII-era landing craft 
>> and Coast Guard vessels.
>> Wayne was preceded in death by his parents, George and Marie Price, 
>> his brother, George Jr., and father-in-law, Joe Conrad.
>> He is survived by his wife, Crystal, at their Moscow home; sister, 
>> Lorraine A. Price, of Jackson, Tenn.; stepson, Seth Cambron, of 
>> Williston, N.D.; and brothers-in-law Ron (Judy) Conrad and Tom 
>> (Vonnie) Conrad and mother-in-law Leona Conrad, all of Colfax, Wash.
>> Mass of Christian burial will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, May 28, 
>> 2015, at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Moscow. Burial will follow at 
>> the Onecho Cemetery in Whitman County.
>> In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Wayne's honor to St. 
>> Mary's School or a foundation of the giver's choice.
>> Arrangements have been entrusted to Short's Funeral Chapel of Moscow 
>> and online condolences may be left at www/shorts.funeralchapel.com 
>> <http://shorts.funeralchapel.com>.
>> g
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S.M. Ghazanfar, Ph.D., Economics Prof. [(1968-02), Emeritus, 2002;
    Dept.Chair-79-81/93-02; Director, In'l Studies-89-93; Adj.Prof.03-08;
    Univ. of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho 83843-USA]
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