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1933 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Jean D. Wright Obituary
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May 27, 2017
Dear sons and family-----When my wife Lois and I moved onto Dalewood Drive, Dr. Wright and Jean lived two doors away. Jean brought us apples which we thought was a wonderful example of a Dentist's wife and a brand new friend. Our son Tommy was just a little boy like Robert Jr., and Fred had not yet been born, possibly like the little Wright brother. We remember those days with much appreciation, and we are sorrowful to learn of your beloved mother's passing. Once, during my Congressional service, Lois and I were at Fort Drum New York and stayed in the Luray Mansion. On a near by hill there was located some grave stones from long, long ago. On one of them, through the grime and mildew, we made out the words engraved for the little French girl buried there: "Strew flowers on her grave but weep not for she slumbers with the angels." Although we cannot help but weep, those words are equally fitting for Jean who, like my late wife, Lois, was dearly beloved. In the words of Virginia Woolf, in her book TO THE LIGHTHOUSE, "Nature hath but little clay like that with which she molded them."
The Jack and Lois Brinkley family
Jack Brinkley, m.c. 90th - 97th Congresses