Aaron E. Wright
April 25, 1997  -  January 1, 2019

Aaron E. Wright

Visitation
Martinez Funeral Home Chapel
1040 S. Dixie Blvd
Odessa, TX  79761
Friday, January 4, 2019
2:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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Rosary
Martinez Funeral Home
1040 S Dixie Blvd
Odessa, TX  79761
Friday, January 4, 2019
7:00 PM
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Celebration of Life
Bethlehem Baptist Church
1000 W Clements
Odessa, TX  79761
Saturday, January 5, 2019
10:00 AM
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Ector County
300 S. Dixie
Odessa, TX  79761
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A couple of decades ago, God gave us an angel, Aaron Elijah! Born with a beautiful heart April 25, 1997, he was very curious, considerate and a lovable Christian.

Aaron grew up in Odessa, Texas and was a 2016 graduate of Permian High School and played varsity basketball and gave his father his first undefeated season. It was during this time when he met the girl who stole his heart (Yezzmin).

Aaron felt it was his job to take care of his mother, grandmother, sisters and wife. Aaron always was an advocate of the underdog! As a young Catholic lad who wanted to solve all the world’s problems, Aaron was a young man with a strong mind and unlimited goals.

Aaron was preceded in death by his mother Jimmie Krumnow Wright, grandmothers Marilyn Krumnow and Sylvia Griffin and uncle John Krumnow.

He leaves to cherish his memory his beloved wife Yezzmin Tarango; his father Danny R. Wright; sisters Rebecca Krumnow and Ariana Mosby; brothers Dominique Krumnow and Shane Wright; nephew Jaebryn Bergen; niece Hazelynn Krumnow; a host of other relatives and many friends.

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  1. Krystal McKinley
    Odessa, TX

    Aaron, I’ll always remember you as that sweet kid that would come to my house, dribbling a basketball on your way to the YMCA to play basketball. You and Dominique always stopped by to see Tristin, Christian, Taijia, and Kacee. I would try to give you a ride so you didn’t have to walk and y’all would always tell me that you needed the excercise and that you weren’t lazy. Lol. I never heard either one of you boys say a bad word and when you spoke to me it was alway “yes ma’am” or “no ma’am”. Y’all were two of the most respectful, well mannered, sweet, loveable and kind kids I ever knew. A lot of kids you can think back and remember “that one time they did that one thing that wasn’t good” but I don’t have any memories of y’all that way. Every single memory I have of y’all is good.

    It breaks my heart for all of your friends and family that you are gone but it doesn’t surprise me that you were doing something good. There is a special place for you in Heaven. Our world is very unfortunate to have lost you so young.

    All my love and prayers to your family. You are very loved sweetheart.

    Krystal McKinley

  2. Loretta
    Odessa, TX

    Coach Wright
    I’m so sorry about the loss of your son. Prayers to your family.

  3. Laura
    Odessa, TX

    My condolences to the family

  4. Judy Hicks
    Odessa, TX

    My deepest condolences to the family of Aaron Wright. He was truly a remarkable young man. He touched so many lives in a positive way and his absence will be felt. Rest easy Aaron.

  5. Brenda Lopez
    Odessa, TX

    My most deepest condolences, i don't know you personally, but i heard your story on the news and it broke my heart. You sir are a hero in my eyes. Fly high angel and rest in paradise.

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