Wendy K. Dexter

Concord, California

1967 - 2015


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Wendy K. DexterJuly 22, 1967 ~ Jan 27,2015MartinezLoving Wife, Mother, Daughter, FriendWendy was born on July 22, 1967 in Wiesbaden, Germany, the only child of Christian and Sandra Weber. She grew up in Concord, CA where she attended public schools and graduated from Concord High School in 1985....

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Skyla, Aspen, Raven, Caples09

I just found out about our loss. Many funny memories from Wendy's and Sean's time here in Pioneer. Pull up competitions for ENF crew 2 at sly park being one of the most vivid. Wendy was one of the nicest, purest people I've met, she is missed.

Sean& Aspen,

You and the rest of the family are in my prayers. Wendy leaves a legacy of kindness, patience and love. I will truly miss her passion, friendship and smile. Prayers for comfort and guidance during this horrible time and the rest of days.

Wendy was a very good friend and she taught me so much about wildlife work back when we were in grad school together. She was so fearless and willing to try absolutely anything: she did indeed have a shining spirit. Just a few days ago, I sat with Sam McGinnis and some other friends from Cal State and we reminisced and about the times we spent with Wendy and the way her intrepid spirit would lift up everyone her. She will be missed.

Although I never met Wendy, it sounds like she was a person who loved and life and lived it to the fullest. Jeremiah 29:11 says "..the thoughts God is thinking towards us are thoughts of peace, not of calamity, to give us a future and a hope."

Wendy was an outstanding professional and a valued resource in our small environmental consulting community. She added value in a variety of ways, and she will be missed.

Wendy was a pleasure to work with and had a winning smile and manner. She will be missed very much.
Ave' Brown

Wendy will be missed by so many. A shining example of a great friend, wife and mother.

Thank you Wendy for being such a wonderful person. You are deeply missed. My love and prayers to Sean, Aspen and Chris.

Wendy was my guiding light, always encouraging all of us to do the right thing. I shall miss her so very, very much.