Lydia Wright

September 20, 1952April 28, 2018

Liddie Mae Wright (nee Davidson) age 65. she went home to be with the lord on April 28, 2018 after a lengthy illness. Dearly beloved mother of Kelly (Jesse) Malone, loving grandmother of JerMara Watkins, Loving daughter of Sherman Davidson Sr. (deceased) and Billie Virginia Shannon (deceased), dearest sister of Sherman Davidson Jr. (Wife Alice, deceased), Michelle (Chuck) Hall, Billy (Judy) Davidson, Sharon Davidson (deceased), Larry Davidson (deceased), Mark Dowdy, and Leighann Dowdy, dearest aunt and friend of many. Memorial Services will be held, Thursday May 3, 2018 at 2 PM at St. Augustine Manor Chapel 7801 Detroit Ave. Cleveland, Ohio 44102. Family suggest in lieu of flowers memorial donations to St. Augustine Manor. Online condolences at


  • Kelly (Jesse) Malone, Daughter


  • Memorial Services Thursday, May 3, 2018

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Jim Chlad

September 3, 2018

I just found out that she passed away, I met her when I moved in December 2014 for rehabilitation for a broken leg and moved out at the end of April, I got to know her and I really got to like her, we would eat lunch together, we were in bell choir together to perform in the 2015 Easter program, we used to talk about music, We both liked Patsy Cline, I am very sad about her passing, even though I haven’t talked to her for quite a wile I still miss her very mouth. Ma she Rest In Peace.

Joe Stavole

May 2, 2018

Lydia you were a great friend and provided many fond memories. I will never forget your laugh or infectious smile. You will be truly missed at St. Augustine Manor. Thanks for making me and my family feel welcome my grandma was admitted at St Auguustine Manor and for being a great friend. Till we meet again Lydia it's not good bye but so long.

Ruth Hunt

May 1, 2018

Lydia and I worked together at St. Augustine Manor. She was an excellent aide who cared deeply about her residents. She was gregarious, fun to be around and always had a laugh, smile or joke. I'll always have fond memories of her and am grateful for the opportunity to have known her. Rest in peace, dear Lydia.