Isaac Wright was born on January 12,1939 to the late John Wright and Irene Wright. God called him home December 04,2020. Pete as he was affectionately known was born in Tallahassee Fl and attended school there also. In 1956 he served in the Army for two years and was honorably discharged.
In 1958he met his wife Mary and in 1961 they were married and to the union three were born. In 1963 Pete and his family moved to Chester P.a. He was a part owner of a construction company that helped in the building of the William Circle. For many years after he worked as a carpenter with the Laborer Local 413. He loved to work with his hands. In 2009 after 12 years at Forword Manor he retired.
In 1993 Pete joned Miracle Tabernacle COGIC in Wilmington DE. He was ordained a deacon In 2007. Deacon Wright loved the lord and his church family. He was a faithful member who would help in anyway when he was called to do so.
He was a dedicated father brother, grandfather and friend, he loved his family and always had wisdom and knowledge to share with them. He was an avid Philadelphia fan. He enjoyed watch sports and several tele evangelist, and animal kingdom channels. He also was a fine dresser who took pride in looking nice. h=His sauce, debonair, and cool attitude made the clothes look so much better.
Pete was pre deceased by his wife Mary, brother John Lee, Willie, Arthur and sister Melinda and a special friend Effie Moore
He leaves to mourn his children Michael Wright, Chester Tomisinia Rozier (Lamar) Claymont D.E. Michelle (Brian) Cooper Chester, Aaron Carter, Chester and Terry Cooper Crawford GA. Grandchildren Michael, Andre, Nichole Jamere, Nakea, Malcom, Seneca, Isaac, Victoria, Gabrielle Terrry, Terek, Tavares, Brevin, Angelo Derrick. And 15 great grands. His brother Joh (Maureen) Rochester NY, Joanne Howard West Henrietta NY, Mickey Fields
(Carolyn) Rochester NY, Brenda Thomas Rochester NY and Wonda (Albert) Abasumoh of Albuquerque NM. A host of nieces, nephews, cousins. The Miracle Tabernacle COGIC and friends
The day the lord called you home had to be one of the hardest days of our lives. But in return we are grateful to God for all the wonderful years that you impacted our lives. You love and nurtured us unconditionally. Even the times when we needed to be disciplines you were still a gentle giant then. Your love for us was always your first priority and we will always love you for taking such good care of us. We’ll cherish your memories forever because we were truly blessed to be able to call you dad. We’ll remember all you have taught us to be on amazing person as you were so enjoy your mansion that God has prepared for you.
Much Love, Mire, Tommie & Shelly
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