Wright Funeral Home Inc, Oxford, NC

Wright Funeral Home Inc

3724 SALEM RD
Oxford, NC 27565
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Phone: (919) 693-8870

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Comment on Wright Funeral Home Inc - Oxford, NC written by: Charles E. Johnson 5 stars 2012-10-14 12:34:10 I'm in NJ and have family in Oxford and Roxboro. I'm looking for the obituary of someone. This is 2012 you should have a website that shows your obituaries.


Comment on Wright Funeral Home Inc - Oxford, NC written by: Celesta Dunston 4 stars 2011-07-07 13:46:05 Yes, where are your obituaries? This should be a valuable tool to provide information to the public in concerns to funeral arrangements. You are not utilizing your space on this website. Think of the efficiency of posting arrangements. Your calls into the funeral home will be lessened asking about arrangments.


Comment on Wright Funeral Home Inc - Oxford, NC written by: Reatha Page 4 stars 2011-04-20 14:17:40 Where are your obituaries?


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Wright Funeral Home Inc - Oxford, NC Ms. Mattie Hunt Obituary announcement - Posted by Gwendolyn Brooks 2016-07-14 13:06:09

(Ms. Delphine Hunt and family:
You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this season of sorrow.
Keep Psalm 46 in your mind and heart. He Is there all the time.

Min. Gwen Brooks


Wright Funeral Home Inc - Oxford, NC Lorenza Hicks Obituary announcement - Posted by Cindy Wilson 2013-05-14 11:20:55 Just wanted to let the family know how sorry I am for your loss. I enjoyed working with Lorenza for many years when she was employed at Revlon. She was a very sweet and giving person, who loved her family and her Lord very much.


Wright Funeral Home Inc - Oxford, NC Mrs. Roberta Howell Obituary announcement - Posted by Willia Charlene Perry 2011-12-17 10:07:29 Dear Family,
My sincere desire was to be with you today to celebrate and to honor the life journey of your mother, our Beloved Mrs. Howell. I am sure you know what an extraordinary person she was, but you must know also how well she was loved and respected by so many of us, with whom she shared her treasures: the gift of music. As children, our limited perspective does not allow us to see the fullness of our destined futures. In her great wisdom, Mrs. Howell shared her gifts, her talents, to prepare us for the future. I am so grateful to her and to you for sharing your mother with me and so many others in Oxford , NC. , our haven of preparation for life. Mrs. Howell brought us all such joy! She willl always be loved and remembered. She remains in our hearts, forever.
May Peace be with the Family,
Willia Charlene Perry, Asheboro NC


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