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Family of El Paso boy killed in ATV accident launches charity foundation in his honor

CLINTON PRICE STANLEY
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Clinton Price Stanley is seen in this photo provided by his family.

EL PASO, Texas -- Clinton Price Stanley was only 10-years-old when his life was tragically cut short. He was the victim of a single vehicle rollover involving an ATV near McNutt Road in Sunland Park.

While Price's time on earth was limited his generosity reached no bounds.

"Price was a giver, he could have friends come over here to play and if they said they liked a toy he would say you can have it," said Keithley Stanley, as she remembered her son.

For Price, generosity was not something he practiced only during the holiday season, it was a year round endeavor. He gave with his heart and gave to those who needed it most.

"We'd go to dinner, if he saw a homeless person on the way he would chose either not to eat and ask for his food to go or ask us to buy an extra meal," Stanley said.

Price cared for his friends and loved his family deeply, the child never strayed away from his mother and was never shy about displaying his love for his family.

"He loved he still kissed us and hugged us and carried his lovies and he was proud to love you or love his things with all of his heart."

Now his family is giving back, they have created a foundation in his honor to pursue what he loved most. The Priceless Heart Fund will help raise funds for underprivileged children who need financial assistance for school. His family hopes this foundation will continue the work their son started.

"The Priceless Heart Fund is to benefit a child who is quoted homeless and hopefully provide a scholarship to further their education because those kids can change the world too just like I know Price changed the world in the 10 years he was here," Stanley said.

If you would like to donate to the Priceless Heart Fund feel free to follow the following link: https://payments.epcf.org/priceless

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Jim Parker

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    1. Maybe its an organizations claim such as the one on Don Haskins that you mocked. Multiple people in one ATV? Clearly says only one person on safety sticker. Parental negligence claim?

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