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On December 29th, 2021, Tamera Kay (Eagleburger) Price: wife, mother, sister, and follower of Christ, passed away from breast cancer. At the time of her passing, she was surrounded by her family.
Born on April 12th, 1966, in Fair Grove, MO, Tamera was the second child of Carolyn Ray and Larry Eagleburger. After graduating from Buffalo High School in 1984, Tamera attended Drury University in Springfield, MO and graduated with a B.A. in Accounting in 1988. She began her career at Ernst & Whinney in Kansas City and earned her CPA certification in 1990. Following her marriage in 1992, Tamera relocated with her husband to North Carolina, where she continued to practice accounting. In 1997, they started Price Eye Clinic P.A, which she managed until 2012. During this period Tamera also founded Price Optical. In 2012, they sold their businesses and settled in Georgia with their three children and dogs.
Tamera was a talented musician, avid knitter, great cook, and devoted wife and mother. She enjoyed traveling with family and lending her musical talents to the church. Tamera was admired for her faith, kindness, sense of humor, and perseverance. She will be deeply missed.
Tamera is survived by her husband of 30 years, Clyde Kent, and their three children: Hannah, Allison, and Benjamin. She is also survived by her parents and brothers, Mark and Timothy Eagleburger.
A memorial service and celebration of her life will take place at 4:00 P.M. on Saturday, January 8th, 2022, at Fox and Weeks Funeral Directors, 7200 Hodgson Memorial Dr., Savannah, Georgia.
Kent, Hannah, Allison, Ben, and family, I’m praying for you during this difficult time. Tamera was such a blessing at Cental Baptist Church, especially in the JoyBells. Heaven has gained a beautiful, intelligent, talented angel. May God comfort you with many wonderful memories.
- Sharon Joyner, Warner Robins, GA
I really loved getting to know Tamera during JoyBells choir practice at Central Baptist in Warner Robins. Every week she had a story to share about Kent or one of her children. She did not brag but rather was showing a wifely or motherly love for those in her family. Having Allison play with us also was such a treat and showed the depth of the musical talents of the Price family. When y’all moved to Pooler, not only did we lose cherished members of our church, but I also lost my eye doctor. I’m having eye surgery next month and wished I had Tamera to answer questions I have because she could always explain things in ways I could really understand. She was so highly intelligent. Tamera was truly a Christian woman who set an example for her children to follow. She spoke highly of her new church in Savannah, and I thank all members there for taking care of Tamera and the Price family during these difficult times. She is with God now where cancer and chemotherapy are nonexistent, and He will help her oversee her beloved husband and children. Our prayers are with you.
- Judy Moore, Warner Robins, Georgia
Our prayers are with you as you mourn and celebrate Tamera. We have such fond memories of her and your family’s time in Jacksonville and at First Baptist. Our hearts are with you. Much love, Bert and Diane
- Bert and Diane Jonea, Jacksonville , NC
I was a childhood friend of Tammy, what we called her back then, but unfortunately did not stay in touch into our adult years. I was not surprised to see what an amazing woman, wife, and mother she grew into, since even as a youth she always had a love for God and focus of what she wanted in life. She was always bright, kind, and willing to share her faith, gentle direction, and insight to others when she felt it would be of help. We spent a lot of time together in our tween/teen years and I thought of her as a wonderful friend that I was lucky to have. It hurt my heart to hear of her passing and what a loss I know it is to her family and those who knew her. She was a blessing and I pray for those feeling her loss at this difficult time. I have faith in what she gave each person during her life, will live on in them as they move through the challenging days ahead and sorrow turns into loving, warm memories.
- Rachelle (Prater) Snyder, Olathe, KS
Tamera was one of the most vivacious and talented people I have had the joy of serving with in the music ministry at Central Baptist Church, Warner Robins. How we have missed her and her exuberance for life! I know that God is with all of you through this time of profound loss. May you feel His love permeate your hearts and souls and comfort you as He walks with you. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
- Jenny Shiplett, Kathleen, GA
I know how hard and valiantly she fought. Her amazing spirit and great laugh were two things I loved most about her. I’m so sorry for your loss. I will never watch another KC Chiefs game without cheering on her behalf. God bless you all.
- Gina McMillin, Kathleen , Georgia
So sorry to hear that Tamera was taken by this illness. She certainly was a vital part of our Music ministry here at Central. I had the opportunity to sit next to her in practice or performance. Enjoyed singing next to her and singing our hearts out. I always enjoyed keeping up with the kids and hearing about their plans for college. Tamera left a piece of herself here at Central as she served, so well. I know each of you will miss her deeply. May the cherished memories give you comfort in the days ahead. She was a great servant. My prayer is for your strength as you travel through the coming days.
- Jackie Warnock, Warner Robins, GA