Maureen Kay Dainty Wright
”1950 - 2020”
Maureen Kay Dainty Wright
The Mass of Christian Burial celebrating and honoring
the life of Maureen Wright, 69, of Enid will be held at 11:00 A.M.
Wednesday April 01, 2020 in the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church
with Reverend Father Mark Mason officiating.
Interment will follow in the Memorial Park Cemetery.
Services and complete cremation care are under the direction of
Brown-Cummings Funeral Home. Due to the current gathering restrictions
all services may be viewed in real time on the
Brown Cummings Funeral Home Facebook page.
Condolences and special memories may be made
through our website at WWW.Brown-Cummings.com
Maureen Kay Dainty Wright, also loving known as Meanie or Granny,
passed away on March 20, 2020 in Enid, OK with her husband and
daughter by her side. She was born November 21, 1950 in Dumas, Texas
to Bud and Mary Ellen Dainty.
Growing up in Miami, Oklahoma she attended Miami High School, Class of 1969,
Northeastern Oklahoma State College.
After transferring to Southwestern Oklahoma State University,
she graduated with a Degree in Business Administration.
She then attended Hillcrest Medical School and graduated as a
Register Record Administrator in 1973.
She married her life-long love, Jim Wright, on June 3, 1972 in
Miami, Oklahoma. In 1973 they moved to Terre Haute, Indiana
where Maureen became the Medical Records Director
of Terre Haute Regional Hospital.
In 1978 they moved back to Enid where Maureen became the
Director of Medical Records at Bass Baptist Hospital.
Maureen loved leading Girl Scout Troops through camps and weekly meetings.
She also enjoyed weekend getaways at Grand Lake where they spent time on the
boat and with good friends. Maureen and Jim were also happy on two wheels
riding their motorcycle throughout Indiana. After having a child, they put
this passion for
riding on the side and later became members of Corvettes
of Enid. She really enjoyed family trips to the mountains, amusement parks
and especially going to Key West to visit her daughter, Allison and
granddaughter Ashton. She enjoyed her membership in the Pilot Club and was a
longstanding member of Catholic Daughters of America.
In 1986, Maureen conquered a severe allergic reaction that nearly took her life
multiple times. As a result, she was one of the first case in Oklahoma with
Steven-Johnson Syndrome where she lost majority of her eyesight and developed
other severe conditions. This didnt stop her from living her life for
another 34 years.
Her new calling in heaven will include socializing, dancing, gardening, and laughter
without pain and able to see everything in vibrant color.
Maureen is survived by her husband, Jim Wright; daughter Allison Jackson and her husband
QueShaun; grandchildren, Ashton Kilbourne, Corrinne Kilbourne, Peyton Kilbourne,
Javyn Jackson, and Jamarri Jackson. Close family, Mike and Janene Dainty,
Pat and Patty Dainty. All of which she loved and touched deeply.
Memorials in her name may be made to the Stevens Johnson Syndrome Foundation with
Brown-Cummings Funeral Home serving as custodian of the funds.
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