Margaret Rose Wright

Margaret Rose Wright

27.04.1948 - 19.04.2024

It is with great sadness that the family of Margaret Rose Wright announce her sudden passing on 19th April 2024 after a short illness. Margaret passed away peacefully at St Wilfrid’s Hospice surrounded by her loving family.

Her warm and loving nature will be remembered fondly by all those that had the pleasure of meeting her. Margaret was a devoted wife to Mike, proud mum to Andrea and Karen and an amazing Grandma to Olivia and Eva, showering each and every one with love and affection.

Margaret enjoyed her holidays abroad with Mike and in the earlier days with her girls in tow. She would embrace the local cultures especially if it involved dancing and would often be seen laughing on the dance floor. No matter what the holiday involved, even during those wet trips to Wales she would always ensure they were full of happy memories.

Margaret was a keen gardener and would spend most of the summer months seeding, sowing, pruning and tending to the many plants in her garden. She also enjoyed a good book, watching a murder mystery or listening to her favourite music. Ultimately being there for her family was what brought Margaret the most happiness.

We will be celebrating Margaret’s life with a ceremony at the Arun Crematorium on Monday 20th May at 13:00 and warmly welcome people to join us afterwards for refreshments.

We would love to enable other families to receive the great care that Margaret had at St Wilfrid’s and request that donations in memory of Margaret are made to the hospice in place of flowers.

Sara-Jane Gilbert


In loving memory of a lovely lady who always had a smile on her face. We always knew when you were close by as we could smell your signature perfume before we saw you! You always stopped for a friendly chat and I will really miss that. Sleep tight Margaret. xx

Melissa Woods


Margaret was like part of the family!
One of the girls!
We have known each other a long time & supported each other through the good times & sad.
But we always had a good laugh!
It was a pleasure to do her hair & nails for so many years! She was a good friend & we will miss her dearly.
Sleep tight Margaret
All our love
Mel, Sally & George XXX

Christine Brookwick


Margaret you became a very much loved & welcome addition to our family when you married my brother. We all shared such fun times for many years together

I will miss that gift you had of smiling & laughing & we all laughed with you.

You have left me with many wonderful memories which I will always treasure.
In your life you touched so many.-

Peter & Wendy Wright


Margaret, so good to have known you; a wonderful wife to my brother, you have departed too soon.
We loved you.



It is a very sad the loss of Margaret for you Mike and your family. My thoughts are with you.

Graham & Jackie


We got to know Margaret over 40 years ago when Mike and Graham worked together in Rustington. We attended several works events and over the last few years have regularly met up for meals and a good chat. A lot of time was spent talking about our families and wonderful grandchildren, Margaret was a very warm person and so proud of her family. We are really going to miss such a lovely friend.

Emily Hawkins


In memory of Margaret Wright that has been taken away from us all that knew her xx

Emily Hawkins


I will always remember your warm smile and cheeky laugh, you had the power to turn a room to a happy one with your presence and beauty. Rest in peace lots of love Emily x

Mike Wright


I have so many wonderful memories of our beautiful life together and of how you spread happiness and love between myself, our children , our grandchildren, our families, our friends and amongst everyone around you. Thank you Darling for everything and for giving me a such a wonderful life. I will love you forever and will miss you dearly.

Mike xxx

Olivia Cutts


Dear Grandma,
I miss you very much, I miss your new sparkly nails every time I saw you, I miss waking up early and sitting in the lounge admiring you doing your hair having a lovely chat! I miss you telling grandad off when he was being too cheeky, I miss when you had a very stern word with the cafe when a gluten free brownie was touching a gluten brownie making sure I was safe. I miss you grandma and I will make sure to make you proud through my upcoming GCSE’s and anything I go on to do in my life. I love you so much grandma xxx

Judy Courtney


I miss you, Margaret, and the lovely friendship we had.I will never forget you. Love from your friend Judy.

Tracey Hall


We used to sit have coffee each morning before I went to work. Good friend to me will miss her xxx

Julie & Dave Perkins


Just had a meal at The Bull at Meriden and raised our glasses in Margaret's memory. Love Julie & Dave x

Frank Thrower


Rest in peace Margaret.
Pam and Frank

Sue & Jim Cornwall


Thank you ,cousin Margaret, for so many happy times together when we came home to the UK on holiday and for all the phone calls and cards you sent. You brought happiness into our lives and to catch up together as we did in September last year was wonderful. From the day we first met we both knew we were Mannion family .We loved you dearly and you will always be remembered and never forgotten.

Karen Wright


Christmas was my favourite time of year with you Mum. Even at 46 years old you made me feel like your little girl waking up on christmas morning with a sprinkling of that special magic you brought to the day. Love you and miss you so much xxx

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