Roseanna Wright

Roseanna M Wright

2021

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Roseanna M. Wright, lovingly known as Rosie, was born in Charleston on September 8th, 1962 and grew up in the Hanahan area. Rosie excelled in school, and graduated from Hanahan High School at the age of 16. She then graduated from Trident Technical College and became a Phlebotomist, Getting her foot in the door where she could make a difference in the medical community. Rosie wanted to give back and treated others with kindness. In 1985, Rosie married her first true love, Joe Wright Jr. and they moved to the park circle area and stayed in the same home making cherished memories for over 35 years. Soon after, they had 2 beautiful girls Suzanna and Roxanna but whom they adoringly called Suzie and Roxie. Rosie became a housewife but still kept busy even with her growing family. Woodworking and crafting was a gifted talent she had and loved making things for others. She owned her own lawn care business and house cleaning services; Rosie was to serve her family and community while taking care of as many people as possible. Rosie had a strong faith in the Catholic Church and went to Mass as much as possible with her physical ailments; but volunteers would also come to serve her communion. Rosie also loved rescuing and fosters animals, dogs and cats were a true passion of hers. Rosie had a big smile that would light up the darkest of corners in a room, an infectious laugh and hugs for anyone who needed one, She is survived by her husband of 35 years, Joe Wright Jr. of N. Charleston, her precious 4 legged children Tiny Dancer, Balto and Zeus; her eldest daughter Suzanna W. Gilstrap and Travis Gilstrap of Summerville; youngest daughter Roxanna W. Troutman and Christopher Troutman of West Ashley, her gorgeous grandchildren Charlotte and Jackson Troutman, Brother-in-law Jeff Medves and nephew Jeffrey Medves of Alabama She is preceded in death by her sister-in-law, Joanne Medves. I would like to include the extended Troutman Family and McGowan family for their support, prayers, and love.The family thanks you for your thoughts, prayers and memories shared. Rosie's bright and vibrant personality will be missed by all. We love you momma and we'll see each other again one day! 

This will be private service and by invite only, thank you in advance for understanding.

In lieu of flowers. please make a donation to; The Charleston Animal Society 843-747-4849, Dorchester Paws 843-871-3820 or Berkeley Animal Center 843-719-5050. 

 

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