Mary Beth Stewart Wedberg
1917 - 2015
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Mary Beth Stewart Wedberg SAN DIEGO -- Mary Beth Stewart Wedberg traveler, author, artisan. Born December 10, 1917 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. BS Scripps College, Claremont, Ca Masters of Immunology Yale Graduate School, 1941. Married Stanley Wedberg, PhD 1941, Lt Col Army. Survivors: Daughters Karen Wedberg Miller, Louisville, Ky, Robin Wedberg, MD, San Diego, Ca, grandsons Adam Garrett Brown and Matthew Cole Brown, San Diego, Ca, son·in-law Rev. Frank Miller, Louisville, Ky. Before moving to San Diego in 1969 she and her husband of 62 years lived in Storrs, Ct where he was professor and department head of microbiology at UCONN. She has been affiliated in the past with the San Diego Historical Society, Old Globe, Starlight, Watercolor Society, Rady Children's Hospital- Silvergate Unit, Daytime Camera Club, Ikebana International, and Japanese Friendship Village. Most recently active in Zeta Rho Study Club, Women's University Club, Chapter AR PEO Sisterhood, Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity, and active member of Point Lama Community Church. Hobbies include sterling and ceramic jewelry making, watercolor, photography, poetry and origami. Mary Beth is a published poet, co-authored book Points to Ponder with husband Stanley, numerous travel diaries having visited all five continents including 117 countries, and her autobiography. A memorial service will be held Saturday, July 25, at 1 p.m. at the Point Loma Community Presbyterian Church.

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Published in San Diego Union-Tribune on Jul. 23, 2015.
Memorial service
01:00 PM
Point Loma Community Presbyterian Church
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July 1, 2018
Meredith White, daughter of Muriel Kimball
July 26, 2015
She lived a full and wonderful life filled with travel and adventure accompanied by love. My condolences to Robin, Adam and Matthew.
Denise Maestas
July 24, 2015
Mary was a beautiful person in so many respects. She was always a delight to be around and always made you feel important and welcome in her home. She had the most loving relationship with Stanley and now they are together again.
She will be missed.
Mark Walton
Mark Walton
July 24, 2015
May the family of Mary Beth Stewart be consoled by the wonderful memories with. and about, the life offerings that was Mary Beth's contribution for a better world. Warmly, Gwendalle
Gwendalle Cooper
July 23, 2015
On behalf of the members of Ikebana International San Diego Chapter 119, I would like to extend our condolence to the family of Mary Beth. She had been an enjoyable member of Ikebana International. Her enthusiasm and appreciation of the Japanese ikebana certainly was very refreshing. We will miss her. Cris Bugarin
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