Neville N. Wright

| October 27, 2014

Wright, NevilleCOSHOCTON- Neville Neal Wright, 74, died Friday, October 24, 2014, after a tragic accident.

USFlagSunlightHC1311_X_300_C_YHe was born at the Wright homestead in Conesville on September 11, 1940, to the late Cecil & Thelma (Bible) Wright. He served in the US Army. He worked for Baird Concrete upon returning from the service. He retired from Smurfit Stone Container after 33 years.

Neville was a fountain of knowledge and always a source of inspiration. He has left behind a rich harvest of memories to cherish, honor, and emulate. He left an impression of a life well lived.  He enjoyed tinkering with his tractors; doing projects in his garage; being outdoors; hunting with his grandson; his grandkids were his pride and joy, the light of his world.

He is survived by his wife Wilma (Hennequant) whom he married on September 16, 1967; two sons, Shane (Tina) Wright,  and Dustin (Angela) Wright,  a daughter, Sharra (Kevin Walsh) Watson, all of Coshocton; four brothers, Burvil Wright of Conesville, Rennard (Sue) Wright of Coshocton, Kenneth (Cheryl) Wright of Conesville, and Wayne (Connie Fox) Wright of Conesville; two sisters, Audrey (Larry) Eaches and Marna (Rick) McMillian of Texas;  grandchildren Tasha (Josh) Jacobs, Taylan Wright, Micholas Neal Wright, Taylor Watson, Brynn Watson, and Brantlee Walsh; one great-grandchild,  Kage Jacobs; several nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews, and great-great nieces and nephews.  He will be missed by his loving family, friends, and neighbors.

Along with his parents, he is preceded in death by three sisters, Lola Wright, Celia Wright, and Linda Wright; an infant daughter, Tasha Wright; and a sister-in-law, Clara Wright.

Friends may call at the Fischer Funeral Home on Tuesday, October 28, 2014 from 5-7 p.m. A private graveside service will be held at South Lawn Cemetery, with Pastor Nan Morgan officiating and graveside military rites performed by the Coshocton Co. Joint Veterans Council Honor Guard.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to your local fire departments or a charity/organization of your choice.




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