Guest Book for Robert "Bubba" Wright

Provided by LaFollette's Chapel

Posted by: Mrs. Pelroy
Wed November 16, 2011
It is with great sadness that I send this condolence to you,  Krissandra, Raymond and Brenda on the loss of your father and husband.  I was saddened when I heard the obituary on the radio this morning.  Bubba was a great man and father as we all know and will be greatly missed.  I offer up my prayers to you all today and in the days to come.  This kind of thing is never easy and I can say that because I have been in your shoes and have experienced loss myself. It may not seem like it today, but there will be brighter days in the days to come.   Loosing a loved one takes time of healing.  Hug each other everyday and visit with each other often.   Our prayers are with you all.  Bod Bless You and thank you for letting me be a part of you lives.   Mrs. Pelroy
 

 
Posted by: Robb Corbett
Wed November 16, 2011
My condolences to the Wright family.  I met Bubba through my job with the City and appreciated his cooperation and support.  He was always available with the necessary resources to help get the job done.  He taught me how effective we could be if we worked together toward accomplishing our respective goals and this model I have talked about and used everywhere I have gone in my career.  As I worked with him I learned that he was a very kind person that I always considered a friend.
 

 
Posted by: Claudio & Maria Iturriaga
Thu November 17, 2011
Our condolences to the Wright family.  Is our priviledge to have know Bubba he was such a great guy and will be missed.  Our love and prayers are with you all.
 

 
Posted by: Ken and Annette Higle and Girls
Sun November 20, 2011
Our love and prayers go out to Brenda, Raymond and Krissandra at this time. May God bless you with His peace and love and soon bring you to the joy of remembering the special life you shared with Bubba. With Sympathy - Higle Family
 

 
Posted by: Ron Scheller
Mon November 21, 2011
I feel honored to have known Bubba.  I will always remember the courageous way the two of you faced a very horrible disease.  I have never known the type of faithfulness and kindness the two of you showed each other every day.  I am amazed by his easy going ways.  How he would strive to carry on a conversation and stay up with what was being said.  The last conversation I remember with him had to do with roads and studded tires!  He was a road supervisor to the end!  He was always unassuming.  Always wanted to talk about other things and not himself.  Brenda, you are a champ!  Your strength and endurance will be something I will never forget.  Do not hesitate to call me with a question or a request.  I will do my best to be there.  Sorry I couldn''t make the service Saturday.  Ron
 

 
Posted by: Ron Scheller
Mon November 21, 2011
I will always remember the last conversation I had with Bubba.  It had to do with roads, studded tires and the pros and cons of studs!   He never quit being a Road Supervisor!   His strength of character, his tenaciousness, his quiet courage will be something I will strive to emulate for the rest of my life.  To be like Bubba is no small endeavor.  I am honored to have known him.
Brenda, you are a champ!  I saw the love the two of you shared.  You are a great woman, companion and wife.  I just hope my wife and I can have the bond the two of you shared.  
Let me know what I can do to help.  My prayers and the prayers of my church friends are with you, Kissandra and Raymond.   Ron
 

 
Posted by: Valorie Davis
Tue December 13, 2011
Brenda and family,  I'm in Portland, Herb is still in the hospital.  I happened on the Burns Times Herald and saw the sad news about Bubba.  Your family has always held a special place in my heart.  My love and prayers go out to you.