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Beloved mother and stepmother

Dallas Braxton-Price was born in South Weymouth, MA. She is predeceased by her parents, Carolyn (Wilkinson) Willis and Hobart Willis. Both her parents were born in Framingham, MA and later the family would move to the South End, Boston were Dallas was raised.

Dallas Braxton-Price is survived by her sisters, Lynda Sirranni and Marjorie Willis both of Arlington and Carolyn Willis of East Boston. She has a surviving brother, Charles Willis of Winthrop and is predeceased by a brother, Hobart Willis Jr.

Dallas Braxton- Price is the widow of first/second husband Milton Braxton Sr. and Roger Price. She leaves a son, Michael George Allen Braxton of Boston and predeceased children Robyn Nicole Braxton and George Alexander Braxton (in utero). In addition, she leaves her step- children, Michelle Braxton of Connecticut, Mark Braxton of Boston and Milton Braxton Jr (deceased) will remember her fondly. In addition, step-children, Roger Price Jr and Mary Price of Mohab, Utah give their love on her journey.

Her grandchildren, Brandon Braxton-Venable of California, Simone Person, Elvin Johnson Jr of Boston, Eva Person-Jones (CT) , Shanna Person-Johnson, Fritz Johnson (deceased), Troy Johnson and Jason Johnson of Boston will miss their grandma, DeeDee. In addition, she leaves a host of nieces, nephews and great grandchildren.

Dallas Braxton-Price was a member of the Pentecostal church and loved her gospel music and playing her tamborine.

Memorial Service

A memorial service for family members will be held at a later date.

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