Rosemary Wright

Rosemary Wright

Saturday September 10, 1927 Wednesday April 22, 2020

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Obituary for Rosemary Wright

Rosemary Wright, 92 of Hillsboro, passed away Wednesday April 22, 2020 at her home.

She was born on September 10, 1927 in North Moreland, OH to the late Jefferson and Irene (Womack) Crum. She attended Hillsboro Bible Baptist Church. She retired from Highland District Hospital after 25 years of service.

Rosemary is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Kenneth and Dee Wright of Mt. Orab, two daughters and sons-in-law, Susan and Joe McCoppin of Hillsboro and Jane and James Chain of Hillsboro, sisters, Jean Turner and Elizabeth Crum, both of Portsmouth, sister-in-law, Barbara Jo Crum of Sciotoville, eight grandchildren: Bryan (Anna) McCoppin, Jennifer (Jeff) Dunlap, Todd (Christy) McCoppin, John (Heather) Wright, Chris (Melody) Wright, Stephanie Meyers, Eldon (Rebecca) Dennis, Casey Ary, eighteen great grandchildren: Kristina (Seth ) Marion, Jonathon Stanfield, Sydney Dunlap, Bernie (Jewelie) Dunlap, Channon Dunlap, Makayla and Cody McCoppin, Wesley and Logan McCoppin, Sarah and Hannah Wrigth, Andrea and Ashton Wright, Jaxon Sheets, Rylea Scarberry, Jaycob Chain, Rimi Ary and Elyza Dennis, two great-great grandchildren, Hunter and Sophia Dunlap and several nieces and nephews.

She is preceded in death by her husband, Orville Wright of 58 years, both parents, sister and brother-in-law, Joann and Glenn Bradbury, brother, Asbury Crum, brother and sister-in-law, Jack and Phyllis Crum, sister, Aretta Crum, grandchild, Stacey Marie Ogden and three nephews, Tim, Paul and Rob Bradbury.

Graveside Services will be at the convenience of the family at the Hillsboro Cemetery.

Donations can be made to the Hillsboro Bible Baptist Church building fund.

Thompson Funeral Home has the honor of taking care of the family.

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I'll always remember the childhood days I spent of the Hillsboro farm. Aunt Rosemary was always so loving and welcoming. I will never forget her.
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Larry Wright

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Jackie, Rob, Ed, Aunt Hazel, John & Maryanne, Shaun and Ava

Aunt Rosie brought so many gifts to our life. We will never forget her and the many ways she touched our lives.
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Sue Golden Boatman

Dear family,
I'm so sorry for your loss. Rosemary was a great lady, I'm sure you will miss her dearly. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
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Betty A Crowder

So sorry for your loss.
Prayers for all.
Betty Ann & David Crowder
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Jackie Lewis

so many memories of Aunt Rosie. Staying on the farm with her and the whole family, was always an adventure to me. Starting with waking up in the morning to the smell of bacon frying, country music on the radio, and a big bowl of CHEERIOS just for me! Then on to the barn with Uncle Orville, where he let me milk a cow, or ride a cow who happened to be named Jackie. Later I learned whichever kid was riding the cow, that was what he named the cow. LOL. In first grade Aunt Rosie made me two dresses. One was red and one was blue, they were wraparound dresses with ric rac trim. I LOVED those dresses and felt so pretty in them when I wore them to school. One of my most treasured memories, was when I was probably around 5 or 6 years old, aunt Rosie would let me gather the eggs, my favorite thing, but this one particular morning, aunt Rosie took me up to the chicken yard and told me to pick out my favorite chicken. So I picked one. Then she proceeded to take that chicken and wing it around and took her little ax and suddenly that chickens head was rolling on the ground and that chickens body was running all over the chicken yard. I was terrified and took off running for the house, looking over my shoulder seeing that headless chicken fly over a fence, I screamed some more, and ran into the kitchen, climbed up on the sink, and stared out the window. There stood my aunt Rosie up in the chicken yard, laughing so hard, and to this day, I always told her she scarred me for life after that....we laughed about that many times.....She showed me how to churn butter, and let me take turns helping. She loved me and everyone with unconditional love. I have always felt, that it was the love of Aunt Rosie, and all my uncles and aunts that helped shaped me as a person when I grew up. How blessed I have been to have had all of them in my life. And now, I will sit and have a bowl of Cheerios, as I think of my Aunt Rosie......Love you forever
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