Warren L. Price, age 95, of Corning died Saturday, October 26, 2013 at Absolut Care of Three Rivers in Painted Post, NY. Warren was born on February 6, 1918 in Waterville, WA to Warren Herbert and Edith (Lockwood) Price. His mother died in 1920 during the widespread influenza epidemic. Warren was raised by his father and grandparents until his father married Laurette Smith in 1927. He graduated from Okanogan High School in 1935 and from the University of Washington in Seattle in 1941. He married Shirley Anne McCauley, a Corning native, at Christ Episcopal Church on June 28, 1946. Warren was employed by the Okanogan Indian Laboratory as a chemist, the Crane Company as a sales trainee, Corning Glass Works for 41 years, and as a part-time consultant for another 17 years. He worked in the Optical Department during the war years, and later stayed in the same department as a supervising engineer involved with ophthalmic lenses for glasses. After photochromic glass was introduced, he was responsible for long term maintenance of the properties and quality of the company's photochromic products. Warren was more involved in community activities when he first came to Corning than in later years. He was a member of Corning Jaycees for several years in the 40's and served as president for a year. He was involved in getting the Allenberry Players, a theatrical group in Pennsylvania, to perform in Corning which led to the establishment of the Corning Summer Theater at the Glass Center. In 1950 he was appointed the photographic editor of the Corning Glass Works' centennial booklet, an assignment he thoroughly enjoyed. He is survived by his wife Anne; his sons Richard (Sheila Matthews) Price of Big Flats and John Price of Corning; his grandchildren Kimberly (Kyle) Thompson of Corning and Jonathan Price of Painted Post, and their mother Pamela Price, also of Painted Post; half brother John (Gene Mauer) Price of Omak, WA; half sisters Mary Patricia (Horace) Smith of Wenatchee, WA, Jan Angela (James) Grant of San Rafael, CA, and Camille Taylor of Edmonds, WA; and 17 nieces and nephews on the Price side of his family. He also leaves one niece Susan (Jeremy) Bruno of New Bern, NC; a sister-in-law Doris McCauley at Keuka Lake; and two nephews, Steven McCauley, also at Keuka Lake and W. James McCauley of Oakland, CA. Warren had many diverse interests during his life, but the most important were his family, his career at Corning Glass Works, his love of classical music as shown by his vast record collection of 33's and 45's, and his many CDs. He was always ready to talk about anything to do with his native state of Washington, especially the sports programs at the University of Washington. Calling hours will be held on Saturday, November 9, 2013 from l:30 to 3:00 pm at Haughey Funeral Home, Inc., 216 East First Street in Corning. A memorial service will follow the calling hours with Rev. Sheila Price officiating. A private burial will be in Goodsell Cemetery in Hornby. Memorial donations may be made in Warren's name to a charity of your choice. Warren's family has entrusted his care to Haughey Funeral Home, Inc.