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Scott B. Wright
December 6, 1968 ~ February 22, 2023 (age 54) 54 Years Old
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Scott B. Wright, 54 of Milford, Delaware, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family on Wednesday, February 22, 2023.
Scott was born in Corydon, Iowa on December 6, 1968, to parent Patricia J. (Curtis) Schultz, Chariton, Iowa and Larry Dean Wright of Townsend, Montana. He was the loving husband of 26 years to Mia (Shepherd) Wright and proud father to Sydney Paige and Nickolas Ryan Wright.
Scott is survived by his wife Mia Wright, his children, Sydney and Nickolas Wright, his mother, Pat Schultz, Larry Wright, his sisters, Jennifer (Darin) Moody, Jeanette (Richard Casey) Wright, and Lori (Jamey) Hale all of Iowa, his brothers James, Matthew, Michael and Steven Wright, his In-laws, his best friend Jason Demichelis. Scott has a very large family that will miss him dearly.
Scott is proceeded in death by fathers Orval (Bud) Wright and Leslie Fitzwilliam, his beloved Grandma (Deloris) and Grandpa (Paul) Curtis, his Grandma (Ethel) Askren, his Grandpa (Orval) Wright, nephew David McVeigh and other family members too numerous to name.
Scott was raised in Chariton, Iowa then his family moved to Seymour, Iowa where he graduated from Seymour Community High School.
Scott was a veteran of the US Air Force and served his country during Desert Storm. He then went on to a career in banking for close to 25 years at M & T Bank. Scott had a passion for boating, crabbing, fishing, and playing cards. His most treasured time was spent with family and friends and watching his twins grow to be strong and amazing adults.
In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to Delaware Hospice, 100 Patriots Way, Milford, Delaware 19963.