OBITUARY

Jewel L. Wright

November 4, 1925November 29, 2018
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Jewel Wright, 93, of Pasadena, TX passed away Thursday, November 29, 2018. She was born in Red Boiling Springs, TN on November 4, 1925 to Maebelle and Patrick Reagan. She was married to Patrick Wright for 49 years. Jewel worked as a volunteer for Faith Assembly of God and other churches in states where she lived. She was a member of the Women’s Ministry and Choir and had a passion for cooking and hospitality.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Patrick C. Wright; sons, Fredrick D. Stilz and Patrick C. Wright, Jr; grandson, Dustin L. Wright; sisters, Annis Marie Mitchell and husband Albert, Eugenia Ruth Buckner and husband Jim; and brother, Elvis Wayne Reagan and wife Dot. She is survived by her daughter, Suzan Ann Wright Patterson and husband Frankie; grandchildren, Debborah Kay Stilz Kuras, Ronald Glen Stilz and wife Yvonne, Robert Edward Stilz and wife Vicki, Vanessa Sharee Wright Cordell and husband Guy, Jr, Michael Patrick Wright and wife Ashley; great grandchildren, Michael Kuras, Loree Kuras Smith, David Kuras, Jason Stilz, Matthew Stilz, Jamie Stilz, Jessica Stilz, Jennifer Stilz, Robbie Stilz, Guy C. Cordell, III, Ava Jewel Cordell, Cora Grace Cordell, Aubree Eilene Wright and Preslee Channel Wright; great great grandchildren, Promyse, Justyce, Essynce, Michael, Shaylee and Seth; niece, Linda Buckner Hobbs and husband Mike; nephew, Mark Buckner and wife Michaela.

The family will receive friends on Thursday, December 6, 2018 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm at Faith Assembly of God, 3940 Vista Rd, Pasadena, TX 77504. Jewel’s Celebration of Life will follow at 6:00pm. Interment Houston National Cemetery.

Services

  • Family Will Recieve Friends Thursday, December 6, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Thursday, December 6, 2018
REMEMBERING

Jewel L. Wright

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Starla Bridges

December 19, 2018

One of the sweetest ladies I’ve ever known. Jewel was a rare friend who was loyal, faithful and kind. She spent a lifetime being loyal and faithful to her family and friends....a LIFETIME, that’s being a true friend and that is such a rare thing to have in this world. Along with being the sweetest...she also didn’t want anyone messing with the ones she loved. A gentle strength ♥️
I’m so thankful that i was blessed with her in my life, I’m so thankful my mother had such a beautiful friend in sweet Jewel. Until we meet again....love on my family for me, give that honey of yours extra hugs and save me a seat at the table along with some of your famous applesauce.

Gloria Candelaria

December 19, 2018

Jewel Wright made a positive difference in peoples lives. She truly was a quality human being spreading sunshine and hope in every life she touched. Jewel shared generously with many. She was an encourager, and supporter of both friends and family. Jewel always had a specifically kind word for others. What a privilege it was to know her.

Suzan Patterson

December 3, 2018

She was my best friend as well as my mother.

Susan Greer

December 3, 2018

So many fond memories of Sister Jewel! Always a smiling delight in the church office where she was a marvel of efficiency; or at any church event, where she radiated Christian love. Both my mother and father (Joy Eiland and Jim Davis) and aunt Carol spoke of her with respect and shared how many, many times she went out of her way to encourage with sweet, kind words and deeds. She will be very, very much missed by all who knew her. We will remember her and try to live up to her example of what it really means to be a Christian.

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Biography

Jewel Wright, 93, of Pasadena, TX passed away Thursday, November 29, 2018. She was born in Red Boiling Springs, TN on November 4, 1925 to Maebelle and Patrick Reagan. She was married to Patrick Wright for 49 years. Jewel worked as a volunteer for Faith Assembly of God and other churches in states where she lived. She was a member of the Women’s Ministry and Choir and had a passion for cooking and hospitality.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Patrick C. Wright; sons, Fredrick D. Stilz and Patrick C. Wright, Jr; grandson, Dustin L. Wright; sisters, Annis Marie Mitchell and husband Albert, Eugenia Ruth Buckner and husband Jim; and brother, Elvis Wayne Reagan and wife Dot. She is survived by her daughter, Suzan Ann Wright Patterson and husband Frankie; grandchildren, Debborah Kay Stilz Kuras, Ronald Glen Stilz and wife Yvonne, Robert Edward Stilz and wife Vicki, Vanessa Sharee Wright Cordell and husband Guy, Jr, Michael Patrick Wright and wife Ashley; great grandchildren, Michael Kuras, Loree Kuras Smith, David Kuras, Jason Stilz, Matthew Stilz, Jamie Stilz, Jessica Stilz, Jennifer Stilz, Robbie Stilz, Guy C. Cordell, III, Ava Jewel Cordell, Cora Grace Cordell, Aubree Eilene Wright and Preslee Channel Wright; great great grandchildren, Promyse, Justyce, Essynce, Michael, Shaylee and Seth; niece, Linda Buckner Hobbs and husband Mike; nephew, Mark Buckner and wife Michaela.

The family will receive friends on Thursday, December 6, 2018 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm at Faith Assembly of God, 3940 Vista Rd, Pasadena, TX 77504. Jewel’s Celebration of Life will follow at 6:00pm. Interment Houston National Cemetery.