Frances M. Wright, 84 Mother of Local Resident, Dies

Published 1:16 pm Monday, July 26, 2010

GREEN BAY, Nov. 20 -Frances Musch Wright, 84, died Saturday, November 8, 2003 at the home of Dan and Pam Willson, Green Bay.

Born June 12, 1919 in Brighton, Michigan, she was the daughter of the late Paul, ST., and Faith Musch. She was a 1938 graduate of Camden Central School and attended Central City Business Institute in Syracuse, NY.

On October 12, 1946 she married Neil C. Wright in Queens, New York and later joined him in the businesses of Wright's Fuel Company, Young's Furniture and Little Chief Maple Syrup. She retired from Camden Central School as a bus driver.

In 1994 she received the Citizen of the Year Award. For several years she was director of Village Recreation Program and the Curator of the Carriage House Museum. She was active in PTA, Presbyterian Ladies Aid and Youth Fellowship, Queen Village Squares, and the Folksmarch. She was a member of Fanny Farmers, Hillsboro Garden Club, Order of the Eastern Stars, Business and Professional Woman's Club and the Philomathic Club.

While living here, she enjoyed attending Holly Manor Day Care Center in Farmville.

She Is survived by her husband, Neil and her five children and their spouses, Franeilia and Robert Jeroloman, Candy and Tim O'Brien, Kitty and Tom Garlock, Paul and Jackie Wright and Pamela and Daniel Willson; six grandchildren, Jacob Wright and wife, Tara, Zea Wright. Jamie and Kurt Jeroloman and Sean and Timothy O'Brien; one great-grandchild, Corbin Jeroloman; one brother, Paul Musch, Jr. and wife, Dorothy and one brother-in-law, Jesse Wright and wife, Muriel.

A memorial service will be held in Camden, New York on June 12,2004.

Memorial contributions may be made to Camden United Presbyterian Church or the Alzheimer's Disease Research, 22512 Gateway Center Dr., Clarksburg, MD 20871.