March 4, 1955 ~ December 1, 2020

Born in: Indianapolis, Indiana
Resided in: Edmonton, Kentucky

Patty Lynn Wright, 65, of Edmonton, Kentucky passed away Tuesday, December 1, 2020 at T. J. Samson Community Hospital. She was born March 4, 1955 in Indianapolis, Indiana to the late John and Virginia Turner Burton. Patty was a certified nursing assistant for multiple medical facilities in Indiana for many years. Ms. Wright was a loving mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother with a loving heart that always forgave. She was extremely dedicated to her family and attended the House of Prayer Non-Denominational Church.

Survivors include, two daughters, Charity Wright (Michael) and Rebecca Patrick (Andrew), both of Edmonton, Kentucky; one son, Daniel Burton (Benji) of Edmonton, Kentucky; eleven grandchildren, Isaac Conrad, Branna Conrad, Kennedy Kincaid, Kenna Kincaid, Samara Patrick, Shayla Patrick, Jonathan Wright, Montana Wright, Willie Burton, Jordyn Burton, Nathaniel Burton; five great-grandchildren, Jeremiah Conrad, Jaydenn Conrad, Jhasiah Reagan, Jhayliah Conrad, Carter Conrad; two sisters, Peggy McCullum and Shari Burton, both of Jeffersonville, Indiana; and one brother, Jimmie Burton of New Albany, Indiana.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her loving husband, Willard Wright and one brother, John Burton, Jr.

There will be a private graveside service for Ms. Wright 2:00 PM Friday, December 4th at Mt. Olivet-Deweese Cemetery. A. F. Crow & Son is both honored and privileged to be entrusted in the care of Ms. Wright. Please share your condolences with the family at

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  1. Patty is my 2nd cousin. We met when we were teenagers. The last time I saw her we were in church together in London, Kentucky. The next time I see her will be somewhere in Glory, until then she will be missed.

  2. Great Woman that will be greatly missed. Rest easy with your best friend and soulmate and family. Heaven is a little brighter now.

  3. Patty is my first cousin, and she was very loving toward me when my mother died. Charity and Patty were among the first to visit our home. She was loving and good. I loved her and I pray for comfort for all the family in this time of sorrow. We will see each other in heaven.

  4. Patty is resting on the other side now,
    all sorrow past, in the presence of the Lord.
    Condolences to the family,
    God bless and keep you, db

  5. Patty was my aunt. When my mother wasn’t in my life, Patty was a mother to me. She had one of the biggest hearts and never had an unkind word to say about anyone.
    I will miss when Patty would spend the night over our house when we were growing up and we would never be able to stay up through the night like she would.
    I will miss you Aunt Patty. I love you and I know you are with Willie now in heaven.
    I hope to see you again.

  6. Such a lovely lady that we had the pleasure of knowing and caring for. So very sorry for the families loss. Konnor and I sure loved her.

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