Honoring a friend and classmate


Hundreds of balloons float into the sky at Lower Mote Park on Monday afternoon in tribute to 2017 Piqua High School graduate Darby Wright who passed away over the weekend. Wright was employed by UPS and the City of Piqua. The event drew a number of Wright’s classmates, show choir alumni, friends, and family to honor a young man who was taken too soon.

Hundreds of balloons float into the sky at Lower Mote Park on Monday afternoon in tribute to 2017 Piqua High School graduate Darby Wright who passed away over the weekend. Wright was employed by UPS and the City of Piqua. The event drew a number of Wright’s classmates, show choir alumni, friends, and family to honor a young man who was taken too soon.


Hundreds of balloons float into the sky at Lower Mote Park on Monday afternoon in tribute to 2017 Piqua High School graduate and City of Piqua employee Darby Wright who passed away over the weekend. The evendrew a number of Wright's classmates, show choir alumni, friends, and family to honor a young man who was taken too soon.


Hundreds of balloons float into the sky at Lower Mote Park on Monday afternoon in tribute to 2017 Piqua High School graduate Darby Wright who passed away over the weekend. Wright was employed by UPS and the City of Piqua. The event drew a number of Wright’s classmates, show choir alumni, friends, and family to honor a young man who was taken too soon.

Hundreds of balloons float into the sky at Lower Mote Park on Monday afternoon in tribute to 2017 Piqua High School graduate Darby Wright who passed away over the weekend. Wright was employed by UPS and the City of Piqua. The event drew a number of Wright’s classmates, show choir alumni, friends, and family to honor a young man who was taken too soon.
https://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2020/04/web1_042020mju_darbywright_balloonrelease2.jpgHundreds of balloons float into the sky at Lower Mote Park on Monday afternoon in tribute to 2017 Piqua High School graduate Darby Wright who passed away over the weekend. Wright was employed by UPS and the City of Piqua. The event drew a number of Wright’s classmates, show choir alumni, friends, and family to honor a young man who was taken too soon.

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Hundreds of balloons float into the sky at Lower Mote Park on Monday afternoon in tribute to 2017 Piqua High School graduate and City of Piqua employee Darby Wright who passed away over the weekend. The evendrew a number of Wright’s classmates, show choir alumni, friends, and family to honor a young man who was taken too soon.
https://www.tdn-net.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/21/2020/04/web1_042020mju_darbywright_balloonrelease1.jpgHundreds of balloons float into the sky at Lower Mote Park on Monday afternoon in tribute to 2017 Piqua High School graduate and City of Piqua employee Darby Wright who passed away over the weekend. The evendrew a number of Wright’s classmates, show choir alumni, friends, and family to honor a young man who was taken too soon.