January 28, 1951 ~ November 25, 2019

Born in: Denver, Colorado
Resided in: Morrison, Colorado

Nancy McCauley Wright, age 68 of Denver, Colorado passed away on Monday morning, November 25th, 2019 in Morrison, Colorado of a glioblastoma brain tumor. She passed peacefully in her home with her family by her side.  She was born January 28th, 1951 in Denver Colorado to Betty and Vern Mahana .Nancy is survived by her husband of twenty years, Wynn Wright. Her Daughter Niki Lauer, Son-in-law Mark Lauer, Grandchildren Avery and Gage Lauer. Sister Polly Salter and Half-Brother Kelly Mahana. She was preceded in death by Brother Ted Mahana, Half-Brother Patrick Mahana, and parents Vern & Betty.

Nancy was a native to Colorado. She graduated from Lakewood high school. She spent her whole life in this beautiful state.  As a young adult she married Don McCauley and had one child, Niki McCauley.  Nancy started her career in real-estate at the age of 26.  She loved selling homes, and the people she worked with.  She eventually became a managing broker, and then started her own Real- Estate company with Metro Brokers.

Nancy was a Christian woman who loved to go fishing, camping, and riding trails on her ATV.  Boating was also one of her favorite hobbies, spending a lot of time on their boat with her husband Wynn and her family.  She also enjoyed golfing, and let’s not forget her love for cruises and trips to Mexico! She was an amazing cook and loved to entertain family and friends at their home on the mountain. Nancy was a kind, loving person and fun to be around.  She will be missed dearly, and will remain in our hearts forever.

Service will be held Monday, December 2nd at 1:00pm for Nancy’s celebration of life at: Horan & McConaty, 5303 E. County Line Road, Centennial, Co 80122


Celebration of Life: December 2, 2019 1:00 pm

Horan & McConaty - South Metro/Centennial
5303 E County Line Rd
Centennial, CO 80122

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  1. It’s amazing to feel what a wonderful woman Nancy was through this beautiful obituary. Her strength and accomplishments could not be debated, and all her best qualities have been passed down to her daughter. Prayers for the family!!

  2. Nancy was an amazing business woman and a loving Mother and wife. We could always depend on her to sell a house or to buy one. She just handled everything so there was never a worry. We miss her dearly. She knew Jesus and I know today she is walking with him.

    Bill and Kathleen Schrader

  3. Wynn sorry to here of the passing of your wife. Our prayers and sympathy go out to you at this time.
    Charlie, James, Arlan and Garrett.

  4. Nancy was always such a great model of a great mom and Realtor to me! I will miss her and am grateful with my friendship for the wonderful daughter she raised!

  5. I heard today that Nancy had passed away. My heart and prayers go out to her family and friends. I knew Nancy from high school and will always remember her big beautiful smile.

  6. I just heard of Nancy’s death.
    We were great friends in High School and lost track in the years that followed.
    Prayers and good thoughts to Nancy’s family!


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