Marvin Wright Obituary, Death Cause – Marvin Earl Wright, who was 89 years old at the time of his death, died away on May 21st, 2023 in Granbury, Texas. On May 8, 1934, he entered this world in the town of Corrigan, Texas. He was a family guy who was very committed to his wife Sarah and his daughters. During their 68 years of marriage, he showed Sarah and his daughters his undying love and devotion. Marvin was a member of the United States Army and was stationed in Germany as he served his nation. After his return, they departed Houston for East Texas and continued their journey. Before he retired after 37 years of devoted service in the Particleboard Division at Temple-Eastex in Diboll, which subsequently became Temple-Inland, he worked for the company.
Temple-Eastex eventually became Temple-Inland. Marvin had a passion for athletics and also liked activities such as fishing, gardening, and hunting. Marvin and Sarah found great fulfillment in attending services at their church and assisting their church family. They also had a passion for genealogy, and once they retired, they spent many years working in the genealogical library of their church. His parents, Joe James Wright and Mildred Zannah Atchinson, as well as his daughter, Anna Lee Wright, passed away before Marvin.
His devoted wife Sarah Beatrice, who he married in Lufkin and later moved to Granbury, is the only one who will remember him. In addition, he is survived by his daughters Deborah Wright and her husband Benton Reynolds of Irving, Donna Wright and her boyfriend Forrest Garner of Tyler, and Mona Wright and her partner Chris Hildebrand of Flower Mound. All of his daughters still reside in Texas. Grandchildren Jonas, Sarah, Trey, Haley, Kristen, Megan, Jamie, Dillon, Morgan, Rachel and Anna. Great grandchildren, Kays, Zeke and Sy.
Marvin Wright devoted his whole life to helping other people. He set an outstanding example for everyone he met throughout his life by being determined, committed, honest, dedicated, working hard, and providing service to his family and anybody else who had the good fortune to meet him.