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Jack M. Wright

FORT WORTH-Jack M. Wright passed away peacefully Wednesday, January 9, 2019 at the age of 93.
Celebration of life: 11 a.m. Monday, January 14, 2019 at Brown Owens & Brumley’s Joe B. Chapel.
Visitation: 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.
Interment: Jack will be laid to rest with his beloved wife of 64 years, Betty Jean Wright in Shannon Rose Hill Cemetery.
Jack was born November 12, 1925 in Fort Worth, Texas to the late Berthal and Annie Wright. Jack proudly served in the US Navy. He was an avid pilot and flew an airplane on his 92nd birthday. Jack attended the First United Methodist Church in Burleson. Jack was a loving father, grandfather, great grandfather and will be deeply missed.
Jack is preceded in death by his parents; and wife of 64 years, Betty Jean Wright.
Survivors: Daughter, Vivian Wright; daughter, Vicky Williams; granddaughter, Sharon Mineo and husband, Ben; granddaughter, Valerie Williams; granddaughter, Vanessa Moody and husband, Walter; grandson, D.J. Williams; great grandchildren, Kavonne Williams, David Simmons and King Clark Moody.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Daddy,
    You always loved me and know I always loved you . You are the best Dad and Pawpaw ever! You are now my guardian angel. Tell mom I love her and I will see you both soon !!!! Love , Vicky

  2. Cecelia Gilbreath

    My prayers are with his daughters at this time of sorrow. But Jack is at last with his beloved Betty Jean. We all remember that boyish smile, his thick, black, wavy hair, his humor, but above all else he always had that smile. Another one of “our greatest generation” has finished his earthly life and has gone to his eternal rest.
    Cecelia Gilbreath

  3. Dear Vivian and Vicky,
    To lose a beloved parent is always difficult, and my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. May your consolation be the knowledge that he has been reunited with your mom in that special place prepared for them, where there is no more sorrow, no more illness or pain, but only that peace and fullness of life that will last for all eternity.

  4. Patricia Smith Wood

    Vivian, Vicky and Family: My deepest sympathies go out to all of you. I’ve been there, and I know how it feels. I remember “Uncle” Jack with such fond memories. He was a big part of my early childhood. Once we left Fort Worth in 1950, I didn’t get to see him as often. But it was always fun we I did. Try to remember him during his best years. And be thankful he and your mom are together again. Love, Pat

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