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Patricia Crymes Wright

March 9, 1949November 10, 2020

Patricia Crymes Wright, 71, of Williamsburg, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, November 10, 2020, after a short illness.

A much beloved mother, teacher, deacon, and friend, Pat always had a smile and kind words for everyone she met. Her infectious laugh and passion for Christ and family will be greatly missed.

Pat was preceded in death by her husband, Allan Wright; parents; brother; and sisters. She leaves behind her son, Parry Wright, his wife and stepdaughter; many adoring nieces and nephews; and many others whose lives she touched.

A virtual service will be held on Sunday, November 22, 2020 at 2:00PM on the Walnut Hills Baptist Church website, https://www.whbconline.org/.

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Marie DeLong

November 20, 2020

Loved being part of her teaching lessons at WMU weekend events . Always on FIRE for our Lord . She will be missed . Marie DeLong Halesford Baptist Church Franklin County , Va.

Marilee White

November 16, 2020

Perry and family,

I will always remember Pat's smile! Please know our prayers are with your family.

Marilee White
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Margaret Wright Hornbeck

November 14, 2020

Pat was a life long friend for more that six decades. She had a beautiful soul, magnetic personality and a heart full of laughter. I miss her so much and am grateful she was my friend for so long. Her vibrant spirit will be missed by all of us. Perry, I wish you and all other family members peace and comfort in the loss of your love one.

Beverly Shaver

November 13, 2020

How can you begin to describe Pat? There just aren’t enough words. A CHARACTER to say the least! A dear childhood friend but better known as family. Such a privilege to have had her and her family in our lives. I rejoice in her home going and pray for her family in the loss. How wonderful to know there’s a reunion yet to come in heaven.

Bonnie Enderle

November 13, 2020

Perry,
I was so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. She was my roommate when the York High School Stage Band went to Switzerland in 1971. What a great time we had. She was so full of life! She and Allan seemed, at that time, to be polar opposites, but they were perfect together. Her laugh, love of life, and passion for people will be missed. I know that she and your Dad are together and happy again. I look forward to a reunion with them one day.

Augusta Smith

November 12, 2020

Pat was such a treasure. Mike and I had the blessing of staying in the home of Pat & Alan during one of our visits to Walnut Hill. We immediately hit it off, and we felt we had known one another for years. They were a beautiful couple. It brings sadness to my heart to know I won't see her when I visit again. My prayers for Pat's family and many friends, of whom I count myself as one.

Debby Akerman

November 12, 2020

National WMU was privileged to have Pat on our board during her tenure as Virginia WMU president. Pat served Virginia well and brought her many skills to our national WMU ,
board. She formed strong friendships during those four years with board members who remember her for her wit, good ideas, and hard work.
My condolences to Pat's family and friends,
Debby Akerman
WMU,SBC Emerita President, 2010 -15

Lorri & Noel Veden

November 12, 2020

To Pat's loved ones ❤ To be absent from this place is to be present with the Lord 🙏♥️ Pat was a light in our world. She will be missed ...

Shirley McDonald

November 12, 2020

How sad I am to hear of Pat’s passing. I served with her as vice-presidents of National WMU. We had such fun times together. We never knew what Pat was going to come up with. I loved her passion for the Lord and how she used her sense of humor to lead others to Christ. I know we will miss her, but also know she is in Heaven, probably with a cute hat on and laughing.
Shirley McDonald, Texas

Judy Smith

November 12, 2020

Perry, I want you to know how sorry I am about your mom. She was such a breath of fresh air wherever she was. Her giggle, humor, and energy was unbelievable. She and I were cheerleaders together and I spent many overnights at her house, most of them unforgettable. She will be missed by so many. She is at peace with Alan and family.

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