Kimberly Anne Wright

SHARON — Kimberly Anne Wright, 54, passed away peacefully June 15, 2020, after a long illness. 

She was born April 29, 1966, to Hervey Wright and to Judith Wright Wilbur, who predeceased her. 

She was a 1984 graduate of Housatonic Valley Regional High School.  

She was married in 1987 to Bill Pedersen, who predeceased her. Together they had three beautiful daughters, Jacqueline, Stefanie and Paxton. She loved doing things with her daughters, playing ball, taking walks and lots of “girly things.”

She is survived by her daughters, Jacqueline Pedersen and Nicolas, Stefanie Pedersen and Anthony and Paxton Pedersen and Bryar. She was blessed with three grandchildren, Nicholas, Finley and Teagan. She is also survived by her father and stepmother, Hervey and Marilyn Wright; her sister and brother-in-law, Joan and Jerri Wingard; her sister Jeannette Wright; and her brother, Michael Wright. She was a loving aunt to all her nieces and nephews. She is also survived by her longtime friend, Jay Dahlgard.

Services will be private.

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