Janet ‘Jan’ I. Wright

Graveside services will be 10:30 am, Thursday, Feb. 6, at the Eliza Creek Cemetery in Eliza Creek, Illinois. Serving as pallbearers will be Shae-Fuller Clark, Garrett Clark, Trey Haynes, Lance Hull, Aaron Nelson and Mark McConohy. Honorary pallbearers will be Mitchell Moore, Kolby McConohy and Brandon Swift. Visitation will be 4 to 7 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 5, at the Clinton Chapel Snell-Zornig Funeral Homes and Crematory.

Janet Ireida Wright was born Sept. 8, 1945, in Bremerton, Washington, the daughter of Andy M. and Carmetta L. Hope Fuller. She attended Union High School in Gladstone, Illinois, and earned her associate degree in Muscatine. Jan married Douglas McConohy on July 6, 1964; they divorced in 1976 and he passed away in August 2016. She married Richard Wright on April 14, 1980; they divorced in 1994 and he passed away in July 2000.

She owned and operated J & D refrigeration for many years. She worked for Springbrook Country Club and was the bar manager for the American Legion for several years.

Jan was an avid reader and loved spending time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was the head of the Lexington Food Pantry for eight years and was member of the United Methodist Church in Lexington, Missouri.

She is survived by three children, Andrew McConohy, of Muldrow, Oklahoma, Aimi “Amy” (Aaron) McConohy-Nelson, of Clinton and Cody (Brittany) Wright, of St. Charles, Missouri; 11 grandchildren, Mark, Kolby and Elizabeth McConohy, Hope (Lance) Hull, Garrett (Alicia) Clark, Shae-Fuller Clark, Trey (Shyanne) Haynes, Mitchell Moore, and Lucas, Landon and Lia Wright; nine great-grandchildren; five siblings, David (Barb) Carey, of Washington, Missouri, Steve (Charlene) Carey, of New Boston, Illinois, Steven Fuller, of Lexington, Missouri, Penny Dierckx, of New Boston, Illinois, and Kevin Fuller, of Clinton; and two lifelong friends, Joyce Jones, of Oquawaka, Illinois, and Sharon Miller, of Camanche.

She was preceded in death by her parents and a daughter, Christine McConohy in March of 1986.

Memorials may be made to Lexington United Methodist Church, Lexington Food Pantry or Church of the Open Door Food Pantry.