WRIGHT, Richard (Rick), MWO (Ret’d), CD, RCAF, RCLS – MSE Op

WrightMWO (Ret’d) Richard (Rick) Wright passed away peacefully on Sunday, 28 March 2021 in the North Island Hospital, Comox at age 58.

He is survived by his wife, Margo and son Tyler (Jill);

Rick served 37 years in the Air Force as a MSEOP (Transport).  He was posted to Lahr, West Germany; Greenwood, NS; Gagetown, NB; Toronto, ON; Vancouver, BC; and Comox, BC.

He retired in March 2018 and took a civilian job at CFB Comox Transport.  He loved his time in the Military!

Rick loved his sports! He played badminton; squash; broomball; hockey and baseball. He played baseball (Komox Masters) at Highland Park with the Blue Jays (his favourite team)!  He also liked doing Sudoku; jigsaw puzzles and watching his favourite hockey team, Toronto Maple Leafs!

Rick was a great supervisor and mentor; wonderful family man; a true friend and was very quick with one-liners!  He was loved by many and will be surely missed.

Cremation has taken place.  As he requested, there will not be a service or celebration of life.  Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.


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