Doris Wright

(1918-2016)

As a young woman she attended Pierce Business School then went on to work at DuPont as a secretary. But Doris would soon find what she considered to be her life‘s calling. She was a wife, mother and homemaker for the ages. Doris was into nutrition long before it was a fad, favoring vegetables to cookies. Sundays found her gathering her clan around her dining room table. When school let out Doris headed straight to Sea Isle City and didn’t return til labor Day, though she may have taken her kids on some car trips to Canada, Washington DC and the Skyline Drive. She and her late husband, Jack traveled after they emptied their nest. They were even on a cruise ship for the infamous 1991 Perfect Storm. Doris was a charter member of Logan Twp. Senior Citizens.
She was the wife of the late Jack and is survived by 3 children: Rebecca (George) Kuhl, John (Marsha)and Christopher (Carol); 7 grandchildren and 10 great grand children.
Services will be private under the direction of Daley Life Celebration Studio.
Donations to St. Paul’s UM Church PO Box 133, Bridgeport, 08014 were she was a member will be appreciated.

8 thoughts on “Doris Wright

  1. Mary jo Dooling

    My sympathies to Becky and family. I have fond memories of Ma being an amazing GRANDMOM to my best friend Abby. Ma was always happy and kind. I am glad she is finally at peace in heaven.

  2. Sherry Hipple

    Dear Beckie, John, and Chris,
    Sending my heartfelt sympathy to you and your families. I have so many fond memories of the days spent in your mother’s company during our growing up years. May the thoughts of a friend who cares be of some comfort to you at this sad time.
    Sherry

  3. Williams Family

    I read the obituary about the loss of your loved one and I extend
    my sincere condolences. At this time you are feeling an unbearable
    pain, and experiencing a great loss. Psalms 46:1 says, “God is our
    refuge and strength, a help that is readily found in times of distress.”
    He will help you get through this difficult time. (Isaiah 41:10)
    I hope this brief Bible message has brought you a measure of comfort
    in this difficult time.

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