Richard Bullock Price

  • Born: December 9, 1954
  • Died: February 4, 2019
  • Location: San Antonio, Texas

Porter Loring Mortuary North

2102 North Loop 1604 East
San Antonio, TX 78232
Tel. (210) 495-8221

Tribute & Message From The Family

Richard Bullock Price, 64, passed away on Monday, February 4, 2019 in San Antonio, Texas. He was born in New Orleans, Louisiana to his parents, Homer Price (preceded in death) and Evelyn Ruth Price (surviving). Richard grew up as an active member of Northwood Presbyterian Church in San Antonio. He attended school at Woodridge Elementary, Alamo Heights Junior High School, and Alamo Heights High School, graduating in 1973.

Richard received a Bachelor of Business Administration from The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) and a Master of Arts in Urban Affairs from The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA). After graduating from UTSA he worked as Budget Analyst for the UT Health Science Center at Dallas. Later he served as Auditor for the US Army Audit Agency and Budget Analyst for the US Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine.

From 1984 – 1996 Richard worked as Assistant to the City Manager for the City of Irving where he filled many roles. (Richard was known as the 'fix-it guy' at the City.) His last role was serving as Information Services Director. Richard eventually left the City of Irving to become Senior Manager at Arthur Andersen, LLP leading the Southwest Region Business Consulting Government Services Technology practice.

In January of 2000, Richard founded Government Resource Associates, LLC. From 2003 – 2006, he served as Director of Research and Information Services for North Central Texas Council of Governments. Richard also worked as a consultant for Solbourne Computer, Inc. and founded IT Performance, Inc. He spent his semi-retirement years as a stock market trader and author.

Richard was associated with many industry affiliations including speaking engagements for Government Finance Officers Association of Texas (GFOAT), Urban Management Assistants of North Texas (UMANT), URISA, and published articles for American City and County and Public Management (ICMA).

In his spare time, Richard enjoyed music, movies, and sports. He was a Life Member of the UTSA Alumni Association. As a season ticket holder, he attended UTSA football games – and kept statistics for his Twitter followers. He enjoyed tailgating before football games and attending UTSA baseball and basketball games. Once Richard retired, he longed to exercise his creativity and spontaneity. He executed extensive research into writing, psychological and emotional character traits, police investigations and interrogations, and more in order to write a mystery/suspense novel. Richard also loved taking weekend trips with his travel trailer.

Richard is survived by his loving wife of 30 years, Heidi Leigh Price; daughters, Christine Marie Atwell (husband, Jeff), Heather Anne Moore (husband, Brian), Amber Elizabeth Barnes (husband, Brent); brothers, Robert Price and David Price; grandchildren, Lauren, Garrett, Morgan and Blake Atwell; Matthew and Megan Moore; Gideon, Jonah and Eli Teer.

Thursday, February 28, 2019
10:30 am

Rev. Ben Trammell will officiate.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Summer Band Institute Gift Fund at The University of Texas at San Antonio or The START Center for Cancer Care. Information for each is listed below.

*Last summer, Richard and Heidi offered to share their home with four of their grandchildren while they attended the UTSA Summer Band Institute. As the camp dates drew closer, they realized Richard would be too sick to accommodate the children and shuttle them each day. When they explained the situation to the Band Institute in order to cancel, the Institute offered to house all four children in their dormitories at no additional cost. It made a lasting impression on the entire family. They hope this memorial will convey their heartfelt appreciation.

Gifts may be mailed In Memory of Richard B. Price to: UTSA Development Office, 1 UTSA Circle, San Antonio TX 78249. Gifts may also be made online at by selecting the College of Liberal and Fine Arts in the drop down box and indicating that the gift is In Memory of Richard B. Price. You may also call Naomy Ybarra in the Department of Music Office at 210-458-4354 or

*The START Center for Cancer Care delivered Richard's treatment throughout his cancer battle. The compassion from the doctors and nurses was evident at each visit. They took Richard's concerns and questions seriously and made him feel like more than a patient. The connections he made each week at the START Center provided a sense of community, hope and dignity during his most challenging days.

Gifts may be sent to Thrivewell Cancer Foundation, the organization that supports The START Center. For more information on how Thrivewell serves the community, please visit their website at Donations may be made through PayPal on the website or may be mailed to:

Thrivewell Cancer Foundation
P. O. Box 29331
San Antonio, TX 78229

*****The family would like to extend a special thank you to the medical teams at Methodist Hospital of San Antonio, especially Richard's niece, Jennifer Price-Roberson (ICU Registered Nurse), and friends and family who sent gifts, kind words, and made phone calls and visits. Your support, love, and prayers were invaluable during this difficult time.


Condolence & Memory Journal

I am so sorry to hear of Richards passing. My memories of him at AHHS are that he was always friendly, funny, and kind. I will lift up his family in my prayers.

Merry Beth Bryant Mills

Posted by Merry Beth Mills - Chesapeake, VA - classmate   June 03, 2019

I did not hear about RIchard's passing until today. I remember him very well from high school and church. In many ways, he seemed like who I wanted to be--confident, athletic, generous, etc. He was fun to be around (in my case, mostly at church). We completely lost touch after high school, but I am very sorry to hear this news. I especially send my thoughts and prayers to Mrs. Evelyn Price, who I also remember fondly.
Christopher Lee
Madison, WI

Posted by Christopher Lee - Madison, WI - Friend   June 03, 2019

So sorry to hear of Richard passing.

Posted by sue spill spill - Winters, TX - Family   April 04, 2019

so sorry to hear of Richard passing. sue spill Jim Mike Bill and Cindy Pumphrey

Posted by Sue Spill - Winters, TX - Family   April 04, 2019

Rest in peace. You were and always will be such a strong man and live forever in our hearts. Now you are well and free from pain. Love to you, Heidi, and the girls and your families and friends.

Posted by Barbara Speares - Bedford, TX - friend   February 26, 2019

I will miss you Richard!

Posted by Genie Schoenfeld Callahan    February 17, 2019

Rest in peace, Richard. My life is better because of your friendship, counsel and support. Love to Heidi and your girls.

Posted by David Eisenlohr - Dallas, TX - Friend   February 15, 2019

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