Lisa Marlene Brice, 55, of Houston, Texas, passed away Saturday, May 16, 2020 at her home from the probable Coronavirus.

She was born April 2, 1965 at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, the daughter of Anita Kay Brice of Brownwood, TX, and B. J. Brice of Jackson, TN. She attended schools in Brownwood, and college at Texas A&M where she received her Bachelor’s Degree.

After graduation she moved to Houston, where she owned a business making tye-dyed clothing and beautiful glass and bead jewelry. She loved music, along with traveling the country to different concerts and music events with her husband, Greg Prickett.

She is survived by her husband, Greg Prickett of Houston, TX; her mother, Anita K. Brice of Brownwood, TX; her father B. J. Brice and step-mother, Linda M. Brice of Jackson, TN; her brother James L. Brice and step-brother David M. Cannon, both of Jackson, TN; her uncle, Gene Bennington of Sun River, OR; and her uncle, Rick Seymour of Clinton, TN.

She was preceded in death by her Aunt, Ellen D. Brice of Mullin, TX; her paternal grandparents James L. and Mattie E. Early Brice and her Uncle Harold Dean Brice of Brownwood, TX; and her maternal grandparents Glenna Mae and Chester Arthur Bennington of Dayton, OH.

Lisa will be cremated, and her ashes scattered at all the wonderful places she loved and traveled to. A celebration of life will take place at a later date when the Coronavirus pandemic allows people to meet together again.