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Jim Wright
08/22/2021
Location
Willowbrook
Visitation
Wednesday September 29th from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Services
Thursday September 30th, Mass 11:00 am at Notre Dame Catholic Church
Burial Location
Private family interment at Bronswood Cemetery

Jim Wright, age 57 and a lifelong resident of Hinsdale, died while hiking in the mountains of North Carolina on August 22, 2021. Jim was a smart, witty, generous man who was full of life.  He was a talented software architect who enjoyed solving problems and building strong teams. His passion was his family. He was always planning the next family adventure and he loved to take hiking trips with his wife and son.  Jim was a fantastic father, a beloved son and brother, a crazy-fun uncle, a loyal friend, and an absolute rock to anyone who leaned on him in a time of need.

He is survived by his wife, Bridget O’Hara Wright; his son Daniel; his brothers Kevin (Marilee) Wright and Patrick (Patricia) Wright, and his sisters Elizabeth (Paul) Grizzell and Margaret (Steve Koznarek) Wright, many nieces and nephews, and a family of in-laws who loved him dearly.  Jim is preceded in death by his parents, Fred and Brendine Wright, and his sister Mary (Scott) Burnes. 

A memorial visitation is scheduled for Wednesday, September 29, from 5 PM to 8 PM at Adolf Funeral Home, 7000 S. Madison St., Willowbrook IL. A funeral Mass will take place at 11 AM on Thursday, September 30 at Notre Dame Catholic Church, 64 Norfolk Ave., Clarendon Hills, IL.  Private Interment at Bronswood Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations to the National Park Foundation would be appreciated.

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