The Wright family of adults with disabilities and other problems lost their mother last month at age 81 – and with her the basic money from Social Security that kept the bills paid. Now the family of four can’t find money to pay an electricity due this week and the rent is coming up in days and the future looks bleak. On Monday, Andy Wright gets a hug from his daughter, Michelle Wright, as he holds a 2013 edition of The Herald, showing a photo of his mother, Martha Wright, when their house burned.
The Wright family of adults with disabilities and other problems lost their mother last month at age 81 – and with her the basic money from Social Security that kept the bills paid. Now the family of four can’t find money to pay an electricity due this week and the rent is coming up in days and the future looks bleak. On Monday, Andy Wright gets a hug from his daughter, Michelle Wright, as he holds a 2013 edition of The Herald, showing a photo of his mother, Martha Wright, when their house burned. ANDY BURRISS aburriss@heraldonline.com
The Wright family of adults with disabilities and other problems lost their mother last month at age 81 – and with her the basic money from Social Security that kept the bills paid. Now the family of four can’t find money to pay an electricity due this week and the rent is coming up in days and the future looks bleak. On Monday, Andy Wright gets a hug from his daughter, Michelle Wright, as he holds a 2013 edition of The Herald, showing a photo of his mother, Martha Wright, when their house burned. ANDY BURRISS aburriss@heraldonline.com

Rock Hill mother’s death could leave her family homeless

September 14, 2015 4:13 PM