Remembering Jon

Jon Brian Wright’s ashes were committed to the deep Oct. 24, 2010 off of the north fishing pier at the skyway bridge in Tampa. He had fished there many times and it was his wish to return once more. The scene was fitting for Jon as ships were entering and exiting the harbor; a lighthouse could be seen in the distance.
Many pelicans hovered over and rested on the waters where Jon has found his final rest. A sting ray swam by along with two hammer head sharks and fishermen were already hoping to catch the” big one”.

  Jon Brian Wright

July 10, 1965 – Oct. 5, 2010

Here he lies where he longed to be…

Home is the Sailor, Home from the sea;
and the Hunter home from the hill.

by Robert Louis Stevenson

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7 responses to “Remembering Jon

  1. Hello my other mother, so sorry for your loss. My loss too. Love you.

  2. Beverly Brown Burton

    Hi Bonnie. Thank you for liking my post on fartheralongbook.com. Your memory bears are a beautiful tribute to your son, Jon. I have memory quilts that a friends made from my sons’ clothes. I will keep your blog/site in mind for others who, sadly, are walking and may walk this hard road. God bless you.

  3. The pain of losing a child must be the hardest to endure.
    My condolences to you and your family.
    What a beautiful way you’ve found to remember loved ones…

  4. Hi Bonnie, Thank you for liking one of my posts. It is a hard journey you have traveled. I love your Bears.

  5. Hi Bonnie,
    I am so sorry for your loss. Life can be so challenging some times. But stay strong!
    Rez

  6. Hey there Bonnie,

    My heart reaches out to you as I can sense the strength of your love for your son coming though screen. Look after yourself. /Maria

  7. Hi Bonnie,
    I ran across your blog because you liked one of my posts. I just want to say that I feel for you in your loss. My father died over 11 years ago when I was 15. I still remember him. It’s hardest for my mom. I’m thinking of making a facebook page for him. And, it’s going to built upon a joyful, honest foundation.
    stay strong,
    aaron

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