Edna-Wright-Obituary

Edna Wright

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DIED
September 12, 2020

Obituary

Edna Wright was the lead singer of the R&B group Honey Cone who were known for their 1971 hit "Want Ads." She was the sister of popular singer Darlene Love. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Rest in peace Edna I remember growing up and the King's Chapel church
environment which was a beautiful memory in my life and it included Edna and family I am the great-granddaughter of mother Julia Watson

RIP Edna I remember you, the family and the choir at "Kings Chapel" church growing up. Blessings to the family and so sorry for your loss. Meesha Hope (Mother Julia Watson Great Granddaughter)

My Condolences goes out to her family. She will surely be missed by all who knew her and who listened to her music. God definitely has a place for her...I am truly saddened by such an incredible loss. Edna will always be loved. RIP Mrs. Wright you have your wings now....Tyrone B.

Great singer
She will be missed

As I watched Edna's clips, I suddenly noticed just how talented and classy the female vocals were during the 70s. Too bad the days of yesteryears will never return. May the peace of God that surpasses all understanding guard the hearts and minds of all Edna's loving family members, treasured friends, and diehard fans. Heartfelt condolences from the Class of '69!

Peace.

I was blessed to have the Honey Cone as part of my Teen years. Watching Ms. Wright on Soul Train was a delight. They were the best girl group with an outstanding lead singer. Vocally she had been doing a lot of background work for the who's who of popular music. Her vocals on Want Ads. Stickup and One Monkey are for fast dancing and we did dance a lot to those songs. But she was fierce as a vocalist with ballads to
THE DAY THAT I LOST YOU is one of the best songs ever made...

In loving memory of a very talented singer. We will love you and miss you always.

Your voice will be remembered.