Mr. Marvin H. Wright

In Memory of Marvin H. Wright

Marvin H. Wright served his country in two of the most honorable ways. He was a Private in the United States Marine corps serving in World War I. He fought in France and Germany during the war. When returning home from the war Mr. Wright worked on his father’s farm for one year. Then he returned back to school and graduated with the class of 1921. He then went on to the University of the South for two years and graduated. He then went to Vanderbilt University Where he graduated in 1926. In 1952 He received an M.A. degree in School Administration from Peabody college in Nashville, TN.

Mr. Wrights impact through teaching and as a high school administrative career included the following schools in Tennessee: Mynders High School, Mynders; Viola High School, Viola; Branham and Hughes Military Academy, Spring Hill; Cedar Hill High School, Cedar Hill; and Spring Hill High school, Spring Hill. He remained at the Spring Hill High School for twenty-seven years retiring at age seventy.After retiring from the teaching profession he served as city Recorder and Judge for the city of Spring Hill for eight years.

Mr. Wright’s legacy will live on and continue to impact others.Hopefully, others will see that no matter what age you are you can still achieve your educational goals. Do not give up on your dreams and always reach for the stars. Together as a community we can do amazing things. Thank you Mr. Wright for impacting lives and teaching us valuable lessons.