Craig Price, parks and recreation director for the city of Morristown, has retired after 31 years with the city and a more than 40-year career in public service. Price was selected as the director of parks and recreation for Morristown in 1993. He came to Morristown from his hometown of Rogersville, where he had served as director of Parks and Recreation for 16 years, having been hired in 1977. Price holds a bachelor’s degree in parks, recreation, and leisure studies from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. Price celebrated his retirement at the newest addition to the Morristown Parks and Recreation system, the all-ability playground at Jolley Park.