2nd Circuit Court of Appeal Judge Oscar Ewing (O.E.)
Price, 82, died Thursday, February 23, 2006.
After attending Louisiana Tech University for three
years, he spent three years in the Air Force during
World War II serving in the Pacific Theater of Operations.
He earned his Juris Doctorate degree from Louisiana
State University Law School in 1949 and opened a law
practice in Bossier City. He was elected City Judge
of Bossier City in 1954 and was elected to the 26th
Judicial District Court bench in 1960. He served there
until his election to the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeal
in 1969 where he was named chief judge in 1979, serving
there until his retirement in 1985. He was a past Chairman
of the Louisiana Conference of Court of Appeal Judges
and was a member of the Louisiana State, Bossier Parish
and Shreveport Bar Associations. In 1999, he was among
the honorees recognized at a 50-year reunion of LSU
Law School graduates. He was active in a number of civic
and community organizations.