Charlene R. Wright

charlene wright

August 22, 1938 ~ June 28, 2012

Resided in: Pahrump, NV

Charlene R. Wright, 73, formerly of Pueblo, passed away June 28, 2012 in Pahrump, Nev. Survived by her husband of 52 years, Gordon M. Wright; children, Pamela (Eric Danielson) Hoppmann, Durham, N.C., Patricia (Randy) DiSanti, Pueblo, Randy (Laura) Wright and Kendall Wright, both of Pahrump; five grandchildren; aunts, Midge (Tom) Montgomery, Pueblo, Ilene Matteson, Henderson, Nev.; great aunt, Dolly Spate of Pueblo; and numerous nieces and nephews. Born Aug. 22, 1938, in Del Norte, Colo., to Molly and George H.J. Wilken. Char worked for the Pueblo Army Depot and later transferred to the Nevada Test Site. Memorial service, 11 a.m. Monday, July 30, 2012, in the Montgomery & Steward Chapel with Pastor Randy Bolt officiating. Inurnment, Mountain View Cemetery Chapel Mausoleum. Those who desire may make memorials to the Hope Team, c/o Cancer Treatment Centers of America, 14200 Fillmore Street, Goodyear, AZ 85338(Note: checks should be made payable to Hope Team) or to the American Kidney Fund, 11921 Rockville Pike, Suite 300, Rockville, MD 20852. Online condolences,

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  1. Gordon, Pam, Trish, Randy and Kendal, thank you so much for being my friends over years, 1972 was a long time ago. Over this amount of time we had spent many an ocassion together and I remember a lot of fun time spent at the house on Gladolia. We had shared in fun things and sad thru the years. Thanks for being a part of my life.

    I felt a big loss when I heard Charlen left us. I will truly miss Charlene, she was a beautiful caring and understanding women. She was one of a kind!

    I am thinking of all of you!

  2. It is still so hard to realize that our Nee Nee is gone. I would talk with her on the phone at least once a week, sometimes more. We had our laughs and our “secrets”. Talked with her the Tuesday before we lost her. She wanted more pictures of our Great Grandsons so she called for me to e-mail more. We always talked about her children, grandchildren and our children, grand and great grandchilren. What fun we had. She also told me they were hoping to come to Pueblo in the next few months. Nee Nee, you are here now but it is so hard to not have you in our life anymore, but we do have fun and precious memories. WE LOVE YOU SOOOO MUCH. Our love of God to
    Gordon, Pam, Eric, Randy, Laura, Kendall, Tricia, Randy and your grandchildren. Oh, how we will miss you but you are with your Lord now. Much love from

  3. Dear Pam and family,
    I share your sorrow over losing your mom. I’m so glad your mom and dad came to church so we could meet them, share the peace, and break bread together. You’ll treasure the red necklace always.
    Love, Peggy

  4. Words cannot express all that I have to say about Charlene and this wonderful family that I spent countless hours with talking, laughing, eating and riding around with during my teenage years. You all have made a significant impact on my life and I miss you dearly. Its hard to believe that our families have been intertwined for decades which makes this all the more harder to accept. May you all continue to find the love that has made your family very tight, and that made me feel accepted as one of your own. Our most sincere condolences to you all and may God fill your sails with cool breezes and the sun shine upon your faces forever more. With abundant respect and love for you all, Shawn

  5. Will always have the wonderful memories of spending time with you when I was a child. I love you and will miss you!

  6. My heart is full of sorrow for the family of a wonderful woman!She will truely be missed. Think of you always with love and respect.

  7. To my other Mother, and Family our Prayers are with you and you will be dearly missed. Love you All. Shelly

  8. Our deepest sympathy to the family. We knew Char many years. One of the greatest ladies to have in our lives. God speed.

  9. I worked with Charlene at the Depot. Even though we did not keep in touch through the years I have often thought of her and remember her for her witty sayings and great sence of humor, she was a great gal to work with.
    My thoughts and prayers are with the family and loved ones.

  10. Pam and Family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. We never had the pleasure of knowing your Mom but she sounds like she was a beautiful person and a great loss to us all. I hope you find strength in knowing we are here for you. We love you!!

  11. What to say about a woman who made the world a brighter place with her infectious laugh, and loving spirit, just we love you so much. Thank you for being my other mom and for my other family. My heart is with all of you, Missy

  12. Hi Mom! I miss you!! Your beautiful smile will be forever in my heart and I can still feel your loving hand on my shoulder. I have many, many happy memories and funny stories we created and shared! Thank you for being the kind of mom that you were…no one was more proud to call you their mom! We all miss you and love you and will take care of dad for you; until we are all together again!
    P.S. – I have the red necklace:-)

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