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Brenda Joyce Wright

24 janvier , 19449 mai , 2019
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Brenda Joyce Wright, 75, of East Ridge, Tennessee passed away on May 9, 2019.

She was born on January 24, 1944 to the late John and Mabel Lynch. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Dimita Jo Miller, brother, Gary Lynch and sister, Patty Wiseman.

Brenda was of the Christian faith.

She was an art instructor in East Ridge for over 30 years and was the owner and operator of Brenda’s Art Studio. Brenda also studied with Helen VanWyke in Massachusetts.

Survivors include her husband, Richard Wright, daughters, Joyce Moore, Jodi Graham and Shelly (Craig) Cash, grandchildren, Tony, Tiffany, Keith, James, Andrew, Ashley, Stephanie, Chris and Sarah, 15 great-grandchildren, one great- great grandchild, sister-in-law, Linda Lynch and special friend, Ivene Webb.

The family will receive friends from 4:00 to 8:00 pm, Monday, May 13, 2019 at the Valley View Chapel of Chattanooga Funeral Home.

Please share your thoughts and memories online at: www.ChattanoogaValleyViewChapel.com

Arrangements by Chattanooga Funeral Home, Crematory & Florist, Valley View Chapel, 7414 Old Lee Highway, Chattanooga, TN 37421.

Services

  • Visitation lundi, 13 mai , 2019

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Susan Moran

13 mai , 2019

Our love and prayers are with all of you! Aunt Brenda was a beautiful, kind, and giving person.
I still have the painting she gave me for a wedding gift hanging in my house.
May God wrap you in His arms and give you peace that passes understanding in the days ahead!

Rhonda DeMoss

13 mai , 2019

Thinking and praying for you all. So sorry! I loved Brenda. Remembering the good times we had when we visited them in North View WV. Memories from upon the hill at Mamaw and pap's house. I will always cherish the paintings she made me when I was sick after my car accident. Love you Richard and kids

Linda Vaughn

13 mai , 2019

Praying for you all! Wish I could be there. Aunt Brenda was precious! Love you, Uncle Richard!

Melinda Dickert

13 mai , 2019

Brenda was my other Mom growing up. Her children were my first friends. My memories of her home are of lots of children, door always open, and the best buttered toast in the world. I can still hear her calling my name with that distinctive West Virginia accent. I’m sure I wore her out many days, as if she didn’t already have her hands full. Most days, she had to tell me to go home. I loved being in her house. She was talented beyond my simple words about art. A small piece of her work will be with me forever, as she designed my only piece of body art :) I don’t think she was too excited about that, but she did it anyway. She was special to me and I will never forget her.

Redeitha Weiss

11 mai , 2019

What fun we had taking all the girls and the one boy to the free movies and taking our popcorn every summer and oh all the Friday night drag races. I think the most fun was taking your four girls, my two, the twins and a neighbor girl to the Kmart on Friday's and riding them around in buggies and watching all the people looking at us some would actually ask, "Are those all yours?" we would just smile and nod.

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