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Kevin Wright

New York City - Kevin E. Wright 62 of NYC died May 1, 2021. Born in Passaic he resided in Clifton for most of his life prior to moving to Manhattan 10 years ago. Kevin was a Deacon at St. Teresa RC Church and most recently at Transfiguration RC Church both in NYC. He is survived by his son, Kevin J. and wife Jillian of Hackensack, by his daughter Allison Fuccilli and husband Vincenzo of Rutherford, by three grandchildren; Nina Marie, Vincent Joseph, and Giulietta Rose, and by a brother James Wright of Ft. Lauderdale, FL. Funeral services will begin at 10:30 AM Thursday at the Allwood Funeral Home, 660 Allwood Road, Clifton, NJ 07012 followed by burial at Mount Hebron Cemetery in Montclair. Viewing hours are Wednesday 4-8 PM.

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Published in The Record/Herald News from May 3 to May 4, 2021.
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May 5, 2021
Our deepest condolences to Kevin Wright's family. My mother and few of the parishioners from St. Theresa's Church did ministry with Kevin at Gouverneur Hospital. He was loved by the patients, deeply respected and admired by all who knew him. He will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Lajes Family
Debbie Lajes
May 4, 2021
RIP Deacon Kevin,
A Deacon on earth for two years, a Deacon Forever in heaven.
Rev. Adaly Rosado
May 4, 2021
To the family of Deacon Kevin:
I recently met your Dad , grandpa at Transfiguration Church in Manhattan.
Was shocked to hear of his journey home. He was given a gift to leave on St. Joseph the Worker feast day.
I know he will live on in your heart.
May he Rest In Peace
Carmella G
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