Marion Agnes Price-Jones passed away peacefully on Sept. 2, 2020. She was 84. She was predeceased by her brother, Dr. Carl E. Boyd (Meds'59), and is survived by her sister-in-law, Jean (James) Boyd (Artsci'78); her children and their spouses, Sharon Miller (Artsci'94) (George); Shelley Price-Jones (Artsci'91, MA'94, B.Ed'96); Dr. Greg Price-Jones (Artsci'87, Meds’87), an ENT surgeon (Laurel), and Ron Price-Jones (Artsci’01) (Steve, Artsci’92); her nephews, Mike and Carl Boyd; as well as her nephews and nieces on her former husband's side. Marion will also be fondly remembered by her grandchildren, Jacquie and Ben (Rath) Miller, and Chris, Alex (Kate), Heather, and Ryan (Dana) Price-Jones. She loved seeing her great-grandchildren, Jonathan, Lily, Benny, and Maddy; and her two great-great-grandchildren, which she sadly did not meet due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Marion was the proud daughter of the late Dr. Eldon Boyd (Arts’28, MA'29, MDCM'32) and her mother, Eleanore (Rowland) Boyd (BA'32), who was an accomplished pianist. Eldon was a prominent Queen's professor, researcher, and head of the department of Pharmacology from 1938-69. The Eldon Boyd Fellowship was established in his honour after his death in 1973. Marion moved to Saskatchewan after getting married to Ron Price-Jones (Arts’59) in 1956. In 1957, she earned her teaching certificate in Saskatoon and taught for one year. From 1958 to 1959, she lived in Kingston and worked full-time as a lab tech at the Queen's Pharmacology lab while studying at the university. She moved back to Saskatchewan in 1960, where her other three children were born. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from Queen's in 1964 by taking summer school and extramural correspondence courses; Queen’s awarded her the H.L. Tracy Prize. She accomplished this while raising her four children, volunteering for her church, and working part-time as a medical artist for her father. Marion taught elementary grades in Melfort, Sask., until 1972, then returned to Belleville, Ont. She continued teaching until 1997, then retired to her hobby farm near Ameliasburgh, Ont. In 2011, she moved back to the Boyd family home in Kingston. Marion is at rest now, near her parents in Cataraqui Cemetery.