Scott Wright

Scott Jay Wright was born Nov. 19, 1952, and passed away April 16, 2016.

As a loving father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, cousin and friend, he will be greatly missed.

Scott was born and raised in Arlington, WA, and lived there most of his life. He graduated from Arlington High School in 1971. He worked as a truck driver

for over 30 years, and could drive and mechanic just about anything with a motor in it. Scott enjoyed fishing and going crabbing in Puget Sound, Seahawks football, mechanics, helping others, and spending time with friends and family.

He was very involved with his grandsons and their sports, and enjoyed going to their games and cheering them on. He was usually smiling and always had a funny joke or comment to make everyone laugh.

He leaves behind his father, Dewey Wright of Arlington; sister and brothers Lori Fisher (Wright) of Rice, WA, Brad Wright of Darrington, WA, and Brian Wright of Arlington; daughter Jessie Bryant (Wright) and fiancé Scott Wagner of Arlington, daughter Megan Wright of Arlington, their mother Judy Edwards (Reimer); his nieces and nephews Kari Bass, Jill Papac, Shane Wright, Todd Wright and Jennifer Corey; grandsons Patrick and Andrew Bryant; and his aunts and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his beloved mother, Evelyn Joan Wright (Miller) of Arlington; and his grandmother, Hattie Mae Wright (Snoddy).

A celebration of life will be held in Scott’s honor this summer.

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