In loving memory of Maureen Beatrice Bertha Wright. She lived a remarkable life, full of adventure. Maureen passed away peacefully in her sleep on Sunday 12th of July 2020 at Cape Care. Beloved wife of Henry (dec).
She was a loving mother of Sarah and Ian and mother- in-law to Garry and Yuka. She was cherished by sister Glenys and brother Terry (dec) and five grand- daughters Darci, Emily and Aaron, Michaela, Sara and Rio.
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So sorry Ian and Sarah to hear of Maureen's passing. A lovely lady, beautiful in every way. We are thinking of you and your families, sorry we are away and unable to say goodbye.
Love Ros and John Hick.
Dear Sarah, Ian and families,
I have many fond memories of your dear Mum. She was a beautiful person who was always willing to spend time teaching me to horse ride, happy to have me for sleepovers with Sarah and driving Sarah and I to hockey on Saturdays. I will always cherish those wonderful childhood times with you all. Rest In Peace Mrs Wright, you will always have a special place in my heart. xx
Dear Sarah and Ian and all the wonderful grandchildren,
So sad to learn of Maureen's death. I had been meaning to visit her again last week, and would've just had a last little visit. She knew me, and recognised John on my recent visits. We shared many wacky fun times together and she was always keen to spring a surprise on me. I miss my dear friend from so many years of friendship, and times with John on the MR Wine committee.
Sadly we can't attend Maureen's funeral, due to a prior arrangement in Perth, but we will be there in spirit. Love from Jan and John James
To the Wright family sorry for your loss. Great lady, great neighbour.
Pat and Ian Sharpe.