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Theodore W. Wiedemann

Resident of San Mateo

Theodore (Ted) Wiedemann, CLU, 82 years of age, passed away on March 7, 2012 at his home in San Mateo with family by his side. Ted was born in Kansas City, Missouri on January 10, 1930 to V. Webner and Florence Wiedemann. A long time resident of the Bay Area, Ted attended Burlingame High School and graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He owned and operated his insurance and retirement plans business, The Wiedemann Company, until shortly before his death.

Ted is survived by his wife of 58 years, Marion, his two daughters, Catherine Wilcox (Rick Bolander), Barbara Carpenter (John), four grandchildren, Jeff Wilcox (Michelle), Jason Tola (Lindsey), Stephanie Martin (Shawn), Kevin Carpenter, and one great-grandson, Jax Martin. Ted was preceded in death by his brother Donald Wiedemann, and his sister Carolyn Wiedemann Reller, of Palo Alto. He is survived by William Reller of Palo Alto, Jim and Shannon Clark of Mammoth Lakes, Bob and Donna Clark of Walnut Creek, Fred and Lori Clark of Albuquerque, NM, nieces and nephews, as well as extended family members. Tell will be missed by many friends he met throughout his life.

Ted was past President of the San Francisco Chapter of the Chartered Life Underwriters Association and was a past member of the San Mateo Elks Club and San Francisco Toastmasters Club.

There will be a Celebration of Life beginning at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, March 23, 2012, at the Twin Pines Park Lodge located at 1225 Ralston Avenue, Belmont, CA.

Donations in Ted's memory can be made to the Jean Weingarten Peninsula Oral School for the Deaf or Pets in Need. The family wishes to acknowledge the Sutter Visiting Nurses Association and Hospice, especially Jane Porter, and caregivers Joel and Mariasha of San Francisco for their assistance and care of Ted.
Published in San Jose Mercury News/San Mateo County Times on Mar. 17, 2012
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