Gary Wright

Gary Wright

Gary L. Wright, 57, of Fairbury, NE, passed away March 13, 2022 in Lincoln at Bryan East Medical Center. He was born August 5, 1964 in Amarillo, TX. Services will be Friday, March 18, 2022 at 1:30 p.m. at Gerdes-Meyer Chapel. Memorials will go to the Family’s Choice. Gerdes-Meyer Funeral Home is assisting with arrangements.
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St. Albans Messenger

Q&A with Georgia selectboard candidates: Michelle Phelps and Gary Wright

GEORGIA — Ahead of March elections, the Messenger asked Georgia residents what they wanted to hear from the candidates running for selectboard. The Messenger will be releasing a series of these interviews for each contested selectboard vote in the coming days. Selectboard for 1 year remaining of a three...
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AIC’s Eric Lang talks Yellow Jackets, Atlantic Hockey, mentor Gary Wright: USCHO Spotlight college hockey podcast Season 4 Episode 14

Hosts Jim Connelly and Ed Trefzger are joined by American International head coach Eric Lang. The conversation includes this year’s Yellow Jackets – now in first place in Atlantic Hockey and on a six-game winning streak – AHA’s competitiveness and its league championship in Utica, transfers, character, and his mentor, former AIC coach Gary Wright.

Gary Wright

INDEPENDENCE — Gary Wright, 55, passed away Thursday, Nov. 4, 2021, at St. Joseph Warren Hospital, with his family at his side. He was born Feb. 5, 1966, to Ernest Wright and Rosetta Daugherty Wright. He loved to ride motorcycles and enjoyed helping people, living in the country and spending...

Gary Wright

INDEPENDENCE, W.Va. — Gary Wright, 55, passed away Thursday (Nov. 4) at St. Joseph Hospital in Warren with his family at his side. He was born Feb. 5, 1966 to Ernest Wright and Rosetta Daugherty Wright. He loved to ride motorcycles, helping people, living in the country and spending time...

Gary Wright, age 61, of Liberty

Gary Wright, of Liberty, passed away on Sunday, October 17, 2021, at Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. He was 61. Born on February 1, 1960, in Russell Springs, he was the son of Rosezella Luttrell Wright, of Russell Springs, and the late James Tracy Wright. Gary was formerly a laborer at Floyd Gate and Chieftain Steel. He was a member of Poplar Grove Baptist Church. He loved being with his family and especially enjoyed attending family gatherings. He was an avid UK basketball fan.
Times Daily

Gary Wright

BELMONT, MS — Gary M. Wright, 75, died Sunday, October 17, 2021. Funeral services will be Tuesday, October 19, 2021, at 3 p.m. at Belmont United Methodist Church. Burial will be in Old Bethel Cemetery. Visitation will be Monday, from 5-8 p.m. at the church. Deaton Funeral Home, Belmont, MS will be in charge of arrangements. He was a veteran of the US Air Force.
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Gary Wright

Gary L. Wright was born Aug. 11, 1937, to Clifford and Jennie Wright, he passed away at Life Care Center in Post Falls, Idaho, on Sept. 21, 2021. Gary was born in Seattle, Wash. The family later moved to North Dakota and on to Post Falls, Idaho, where he graduated high school. Many of his high school classmates remained lifelong friends. He spoke fondly of the days when Post Falls was smaller, and everyone knew everyone!

Here’s the All Request Saturday Night Playlist for April 24, 2021 Spooky Tooth/Gary Wright

This weekend we dug a little deeper than usual with our feature artist Spooky Tooth. They were a very successful band with several albums, but Spooky Tooth is not a super well known name like Fleetwood Mac or Van Halen. But they had their own niche and served those people well. It’s interesting that Gary Wright who was a founding member, also keyboards and vocals for the band, was a very early promoter of the Synthesizer. When Gary went solo with his Dreamweaver album in 1975, the synthesizer was very prevalent in the entire production.

Throwback Thursday: Gary Wright – Dream Weaver

“Dream Weaver” was written by Gary Wright after feeling inspired by a poem he read called “God! God! God!”. He was able to write the song in an hour, which charted #2 in the US. Provided to YouTube by Rhino/Warner RecordsDream Weaver · Gary WrightThe Dream Weaver℗ 1975 Warner Records...