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Dustin Louis-Eugene Wright


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Dustin Louis-Eugene (Harris) Wright, 37, passed away on Sunday, February 18, 2018. A Memorial Service will be held at Anderson Bethany Funeral Home on Saturday, February 24, 2018, 4:00 PM. Brother Savino will be officiating. Celebrate Dustin’s life by visiting www.andersonbethany.com to offer a memory or expression of sympathy for his family.
On December 26, 1980, Dustin was born to Terry and Judith Wright in Albuquerque, NM. The family moved to Roswell NM, where Dustin became the oldest brother of Westley and Kyle Wright. When his parents divorced, Jude re-married Tracy Harris in 1995. Our dad Tracy raised us three boys as his own, unconditionally and taught us discipline, work ethics, kept us in sports and coached us; making sure he instilled in us his morals and what God offered us. As children, we accepted Jesu as our Lord and Savior. Dustin found a love for boxing at a very young age and trained many years accumulating many wins as he traveled to various notable trainers and partners. Influences in Dustin’s boxing days were trainer, Willie Hall, Tony Barela, Donnell Hunter, Jr. Benites and Nathaniel Haynes.
Dustin became a father and naturally his ability to love with his big heart was known and began to show. He was happiest when he was being the loving father he was. Dustin moved from Phoenix back to Roswell, where he would be closer to his children who were very important to him.
A close lifelong friend, he always looked for advice and guidance from Albert Padilla, who always went out of his way to be there for Dustin. Dominic Carrasco and Raymond Flores were also two of Dustin’s closest friends, who will miss him dearly.
Jack of all trades, Dustin acquired many skills and abilities throughout his life. He was a hard worker and yet never asked for help. He a private person and a great cook. Dustin will be dearly missed by Dominic and Raymond, his closest friends and many who trained with him while he was boxing.
Those left to eternally treasure and cherish memories of Dustin are his wife, Priscilla Wright of Phoenix, AZ; children: Raveah Wright, Serenity Wright, Nehemiah Wright; step-children: Karizma Romero, Dominic Romero, Anthony Romero; parents: Tracy and Jude Harris; brothers: Westley Harris, Kyle Wright, Austin Wright; brother, Damian Wright, Kurtis Wright, Kirk Wright; and only sister, Danielle Wright; step-brother, Shawn Harris; step-sister, Alexandra Arias; multiple uncles; aunts; cousins; six nieces and one nephew.
Preceding Dustin in death were his daughter, Lincoln Wright; father, Terry Wright; grandparents: Robert and Pilar Harris, Petra Padilla, Louis Padilla; and niece, and Elianna Wright.
Dustin’s family would like to give a Special Thanks to Shawn Reeves and wife, Erica Reeves, Veronica Trujillo and family, as well as his friends that he boxed with. They would also like to Thank Valley View Elementary and everyone not mentioned but recognized for their support and contributions.
Dustin’s family lovingly wrote this tribute in his honor.

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