Mr. Timothy J. Wright

  • Born: January 15, 1955
  • Died: September 18, 2010
  • Location: Arlington, Texas

Emerald Hills Funeral Home and Cemetery

500 Sublett Road
Kennedale, TX 76060
Tel. (817) 572-1681

Tribute & Message From The Family

Timothy J. Wright, 55, pastor of Grace Community Church of Arlington, passed away Saturday, Sept. 18, 2010.

Memorial service: 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 25, at Grace Community Church, 801 W. Bardin Road.

Pastor Wright spent his years loving and serving others. His optimism, laugh and love for God were contagious.

Survivors: He will be missed by his many friends and the family he deeply cherished: his beloved wife of 34 years, Janice; daughter, Amy and husband, Robbie; daughter, Stacy and husband, Trey; and granddaughters, Kaitlyn, Analiese, Aubren and Milia, with whom he was crazy in love.

Condolence & Memory Journal

Dear Janice and family,

I worked with Tim at SW Life when I was 23. He was a good friend and mentor, and we had many good times together. He was one of the few bright spots during a difficult and challenging time. Tim even invited me and another rookie, Larry Kellner, to your home once for Tim's "famous" chicken fried steak (his word).

I was reminiscing this week and thought I'd see if I could locate Tim, and I was saddened to find his obituary online. I just wanted to offer my condolences and tell you, your children and grandchildren what a blessing he was to my life. I will always remember Tim with love and admiration.

With my deepest and most profound regrets,
Bart Pointer, Ph.D.
Fort Worth, TX.

Posted by Bart Pointer - Ft Worth, TX - Friend   January 15, 2017

I was very blessed to met Tim and Janice working at Dr wilkerson's office
I always admired Tim and Janice they would glow when they came into the office. I remember everytime he came to the office smiling asking how are you doing! I remember sitting in the lab as the holidays were arriving, I asked him if they had any special plans for the holidays, ( He said Yes me and my daughter will just sit in the kitchen and make pies together) At that moment i thought that is a very special memory that last a lifetime. I found myself trying to make special memories like that with my family. And memories are priceless. I admired Tim and his family. Everytime he came in Dr wilkerson office he would ask If he could pray for me,and he would,even after he found out he was sick, I remember as he was praying for me I was thinking I wannted to pray for him. I always felt good when he came in. He would always say now if I have blood drawn I want you to do it.
I was devested when I heard he had passed. I dreamed it I called Dr w office and asked about Tim and they told me yes he passed. I want to be a better person and find my relationship with Jesus. Well I want to offer my condoleances to Janice and to his family this morning as I listen to ILL fly away.

Posted by Bj Fransen - arlington, TX - Friend   November 11, 2010