Dorothy Louise Wright

February 8, 1929 - November 17, 2023
Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers
6025 82nd Street
Lubbock, TX 79424
Tuesday 11/21, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers
6025 82nd Street
Lubbock, TX 79424
Wednesday 11/22, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Celebration of Life

Lubbock – Dorothy Louise (Henry) Wright left this earthly world to be with her Loving Savior on Friday, November 17, 2023. She was born on February 8, 1929, in Morton, Texas, to Floyd Henry Sr. and Edna Grace (Stokes) Henry.  She was one of six children. After moving to Lubbock, Texas as a child withContinue Reading

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Kevin Knight left a message on November 26, 2023:
Grandma, you are one special lady! You’re the only grandma that could throw me on the bed and kick me in the butt! I always enjoyed spending time with you doing ceramics and getting to talk to Grandpa on the ham radio. I have lots of fond memories of riding with you in the “red bomber”. You were one awesome breakfast chef cooking the bacon and eggs for Grandpa, but I always got to reap the benefits. Also, we had some great competitions playing Pac-Man on the Commodore 64 on your back patio. Love you lots and I hope you enjoy your infinite beautiful garden! Love, Kevin
Nancy Ward left a message on November 26, 2023:
Grandma Louise, you were such a beautiful lady and lived life to its fullest. You will truly be missed but we will see you again. We love you so much, Brandon and Nancy
Amanda Knight left a message on November 26, 2023:
Grandma Louise, you are a precious soul and were a blessing to your family! Thank you for sharing your memories of a world gone by with us and for finally spilling the beans that were only 16 when you got married! I wish I had been a part of your ceramics days; you truly were an artist with many talents! Can’t wait to see you again someday! Love you bunches!
mike watson left a message on November 26, 2023:
Mom I will certainly miss the games we played together you were great at games. I will miss our visits, old lady Brady, working at Sears and sharing pictures with you. Mostly the look you gave Me when I was pulling your leg. I will look after your Roses. I will see you on the other side. Love you Mike
Terri Henry left a message on November 24, 2023:
Aunt Louise was a phenomenal matriarch of our family. She always kept our family history and all of us in touch. She had the sweetest heart and spirit . My favorite memory was as a child growing up listening to Louise, Grandma and Doris singing and playing g the piano while Daddy and all the Uncles played their guitars. We had the best jam sessions. She had a beautiful voice and beautiful talent to lead the church during worship time. I will miss you until we meet again! Rest Sweet Aunt Louise in perfect peace! I love you!!! Terri
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David Henry left a message on November 24, 2023:
I certainly loved Aunt Louise. She was always such a sweet woman. I have some fond memories of times spent at her house. I enjoyed every moment. We will see her again soon.
Marilyn Hampton left a message on November 24, 2023:
Louise was a 2nd mother to me. I spent a lot of time at her house when visiting Sharon when we were growing up. She was such a loving, kind, and giving person. She will be greatly missed. I look forward to seeing her again one day. I love you Momma Louise.
Wes Henry left a message on November 24, 2023:
Sweet Aunt Louise, she was a Blessing to all of us. My prayers and condolences Sharon, we loved your mom and will miss her until we all get to that huge domino game.
Tara Camp left a message on November 24, 2023:
I love you so much Grandma Louise! You are such a precious kind soul. We have so many wonderful memories with you that we will hold on to forever! I am so happy to know that you are with Jesus and your family in Heaven and not having any pain here on earth anymore. I can only imagine what you are getting to experience there! Some day I will get to see your beautiful green eyes and hug you again! And If you are feeling up for a game of Skip-bo and maybe eating a little pink pudding we can do that when I get up there! I love you more than you know and you will be missed! With all the love in my heart, Tara
David Knight left a message on November 24, 2023:
Grammy, You have always been there for me. Teaching me right from wrong, to play card games or dominos, painting ceramics, and then talking on the ham radio. These last few years have really ment a lot to me. Sitting with you visiting and having a sup of coffee. Telling you I was sneaking in snacks and watching you smile great big. Having you say every time I came in the room that you were so excited and glad that I came to see you. I was so honored and so excited to help you with anything you wanted or needed. The hardest part is never going to hear you say I love you and seeing your smile and hearing your answer when I said you were the best Grammy in the universe. I am going to miss you Grammy, but I know you are in a better place. I love you Grammy and you are still the BEST Grammy in the universe!!!
Sharon Wright Watson left a message on November 24, 2023:
My precious Momma- I am so happy for you to have gone to see the Master but I'm so sad for me because I'll never be able to kiss your soft face again. I have walked right behind in your footsteps for 72 years. You were the one safe place I always knew I had and counted on. I miss your sweet voice telling me "Okay- I'll be looking for you" when we hung up the phone. I love you with all my heart and I miss you!!
Susan Henry Johnson left a message on November 20, 2023:
Aunt Louise was such an inspiration to me. I always admired her and looked up to her—especially ‘back in the day’ when many moms chose to stay at home. Not Louise! She showed us how it was done! She married, had a career, children and was involved in church; she had her piano and music, ceramics, and ham radios too. To me, she had such a wonderful and full life. I was recently looking through some of my parent’s old photos and mementos and actually found Aunt Louise’s graduation announcement. She was so proud—she sent the announcement to my dad (Buster) who was serving in the miliary at the time. Dad kept it all these years! Wish I could upload a copy to share. Aunt Louise will be missed but her memory will remain in our hearts forever.
Jenny Lynn McClure left a message on November 17, 2023:
So sorry to see this. I started at Sears 1975 in Lubbock under Louise in the cashier department. I so enjoyed working with her. She would sure let you know if you had done a good job OR not . RIP LOUISE — thank you for your guidance in work ethics—-
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