November 30, -0001 - December 18, 2008
WRIGHT Diane Marie Wright (nee Anderson), Cincinnati, Ohio, formerly of Toledo Ohio, passed away suddenly on December 18, 2008. Diane was born to Donald and Jeraldine Anderson in Toledo, Ohio on August 28, 1958. She leaves behind her devoted husband of 28 years, Keith, loving daughter Jennifer (Brian) Drake, and grandson Aiden Drake. She is also survived by her mother Jeraldine Anderson, Toledo, Ohio and Donald (Catherine) Anderson, Sarasota, Florida; her brother and sisters: Terry Carey (Mike Vanderhorst), Christine Anderson (Daniel Smith), Andrew (Renee) Anderson, and stepsister Kayla Anderson. as well as nieces and nephews Jeremy Carey, Liz Carey (Jake Weber), Patrick Carey (Meghan Miks), and Waylon Weber. Brother Michael Anderson preceded her in death. As well as being a caring wife and mother, Diane was extremely proud of her new grandson, Aiden. She was a full-time nursing student at University of Cincinnati where she was nearly complete with her nursing degree, and was recently inducted into the Nursing Honorarium. She was very much looking forward to helping other people in their times of need. In recent years Diane was diagnosed with and bravely battled Multiple Sclerosis. Diane was a truly beautiful person, both inside and out, and a great inspiration for our family. We could always count on her natural sense of humor and fun in any situation. We are grateful for the time we had with her, and will miss her terribly. We would also like to thank the considerate staff at Bethesda North Hospital. There will be a funeral Mass at 12:00 noon at Saint Susanna Church, 500 Reading Road, Mason, Ohio on Monday, December 22nd. The family will receive visitors at the church from 10:00 AM to Noon. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in Diane’s name to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (PO Box 4527 New York, NY 10163), or a charity of the donor’s choice. Hodapp Funeral Home, West Chester, serving the family.
Keith, I was so sorry to hear of Diane’s passing. Even though I have not seen the both of you in years, I still have fond memories of the times we were all together during our visits. Thinking of you in this difficult time of your life.
Please accept my deepest sympathy,