Debra Wright Obituary, Death – Debra Wright, who had reached the age of 66 at the time of her passing on December 28, 2021, was unable to continue living. At that point in time, she had reached the conclusion of her life. Her mother, Lillian, was known as Lillian nee Campbell Jupp, and her father, Ivalee Laird, passed away before she was born. Neither of her parents survived her birth. She was the child that they had. The 24th of November, 1955 was the day she entered this world. 1955 was the year in question. She worked for a significant amount of time at the Bank of Yorkville as well as for ATI Physical Therapy before making the decision to retire earlier than she had initially intended to do so. Her work history includes stints at ATI Physical Therapy and other facilities.
She was a member of the congregation at the local Church of God, where she attended services on a consistent basis and was a regular attendee. She is survived by her devoted husband of 48 years, Timmy Wright; two devoted daughters, Kathryn Wright and Stormy (Pedro) Colón-Ramos; two adoring grandchildren, Nathaniel Colón and Josiah Colón; a sister, Gara LaVerne Wolff; a brother, John Brent Laird; a large number of nieces and nephews; and her devoted golden retriever, Paxson. She was preceded in death by Her parents had passed away before her. Additionally, she leaves behind a sizeable amount of financial legacy. When she was still a young child, her mother had already passed away from this world.
Because she was predeceased by her parents, her sister Sylvia Laird, and her brother Bruce Laird, she is the only living member of her immediate family. Her parents and her sister Sylvia Laird and her brother Bruce Laird all passed away before she did. She proceeded with her trip in the same manner that they had been doing. She leaves behind a legacy of creativity, a love for animals, a passion for reading, and friendships that are fiercely devoted to one another. She also leaves behind a passion for reading. In addition to that, she leaves behind a love of reading. Furthermore, she leaves behind a legacy of cooking with “color” and generously sharing the delectable results of her cooking with others. This is the legacy that she leaves behind.
Visitation will begin at three in the afternoon on Tuesday, January 4, 2022, and will continue until the funeral service begins at seven in the evening at the DUNN FAMILY FUNERAL HOME with CREMATORY, which is located at 1801 Douglas Road in Oswego, Illinois 60543. You can find the funeral home at 1801 Douglas Road. On Tuesday, January 4, 2022, there will be a funeral service held for the deceased. The memorial service for the deceased person will take place on Tuesday, January 4, 2022. The date is set in stone.
Following the conclusion of the funeral services, the cremation will take place at the American Crematory in Oswego, Illinois. You are welcome to make memorial contributions in Deb’s name to any organization whose mission includes advancing the cause of love and support for those who are in need, including but not limited to the animal shelter of your choice, World Central Kitchen, or any other such organization.