Obituary – Pricer, Kyle Austin

Class of 1943

1943 Graduation Edition
Perry Daily Journal
Kyle Pricer

Pvt. Kyle Austin Pricer is now stationed at Tampa, Fla., in the army air corps. The 19-year-old son of Mrs. Harry Lamison, Red Rock, he has been in the service for five months.

Besides his three years in Perry high school, Kyle went to school in Caldwell, Kan.

Kyle Austin Pricer

December 2, 1923 – November 10, 1945

Pfc. Kyle A. Pricer, 22, son of C. E. Pricer of Perry and Mrs. Harry Lamison of Red Rock, died in Austria November 10, in a vehicle accident.

Private and Mrs. Pricer, the former Beatrice Genolyne “Betty” Berger, were married December 20, 1942. The Perry soldier held five battle stars and the Belgian Croix de Guerre. He was serving in army communications at the time of his death.

Survivors, in addition to his parents and wife, include a brother, Sgt. Raymond Pricer, now in Beaumont General hospital, El Paso, Texas; two sisters, Mrs. Leo Anglemyer of Perry, and Mrs. Jim Berka of Enid; two half-sisters, Mrs. Leo Neuerburg of Perry and Mrs. R. D. Hogan of Oklahoma City.

He was predeceased by his grandmother, Mrs. Nellie Hicks, whom he made his home with while living in Perry.

Burial was at the Lorraine American Cemetery, St. Avold, France. A tombstone in his memory was placed at Mount Carmel Cemetery, Perry, Oklahoma.