OBITUARY

Beverly Frances Siering-Wedderburn

September 13, 1956April 14, 2021

Dr. Beverly Frances Siering-Wedderburn, 64 years of age, was born September 13, 1956 in Hartford, CT and died on April 14, 2021 in Hanford, CA. She attended South Catholic High School, Hartford, CT. Beverly’s career originated at the State of Connecticut Comptroller’s Office in Hartford. She served honorably in the United States Marine Corps within the Judge Advocate General's Corps performing drug and alcohol education and counselling and court reporting; one of her duty stations was in Okinawa, Japan. Beverly earned a Juris Doctor degree in civilian law from the San Joaquin College of Law, Clovis, CA in 1994. She was an Adjunct Professor-Instructor in Criminal Justice and thrived in the area of Governmental Reconciliation and Repentance.

Beverly was commissioned with Global Strategic Alliance (GSA) which is aligned with restoring Judeo-Christian values. She was affiliated with Vicki Nohrden, Founder of Wind and Fire Ministries, and former candidate for California State Senate District 17, and California Government and National Government Ministries. To wit: Capitol Hill Prayer Partners (CHPP), Washington, D.C., a ministry helping members of the Body of Christ to pray for those in authority over us in our federal government, Heartland Apostolic Prayer Network (HAPN) for California, The USA Watch, part of the Global Watch family of watchmen, building community in prayer to empower the Church to contend for the destiny of America, Judicial Action Group (JAG), working for judicial renewal where judges perform their proper and noble role of deciding cases according to the laws of the land. One of the honors of her life was being anointed by God and invited to pray for Petitions for America at The Return, a National and Global Day of Prayer and Repentance, in Washington D.C. on SEP 26, 2020.

Beverly was a dedicated, involved member of The River Church, Fresno, CA. She was very devoted to equipping, motivating, and unlocking minds with God’s truth. Beverly’s passion was ministering to, investing in and praying for people. She had a wonderful sense of humor and was gifted at making people laugh.

Beverly is survived by her husband, Robert Wedderburn. She is the daughter of William F. Siering Jr. and Rita Rose Lyle Siering both predeceased. Beverly’s brothers Paul Siering and Lyle Siering predeceased her. She is also survived by her sisters June Sugar and her husband Fred Sugar, Mary Siering and her husband Victor Hernandez, and Eileen Martin, nieces Nicole St. Pierre-Evers and Rita Lancaster (Siering), and nephews Chad St. Pierre and Tristan Martin.

Beverly will be laid to rest, on a later date, at Grangeville Cemetery 10428 14th Ave, Armona, CA 93202. Beverly’s legacy can be viewed at: https://www.dignitymemorial.com/obituaries/hanford-ca/beverly-siering-wedderburn-10158547 Loved ones are invited to express their condolences at this location.

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, April 24, 2021

  • Celebration of Life Service

    Saturday, April 24, 2021

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Katherine Norton Malek

May 4, 2021

Oh my, I remember Bev from elementary school and high school . While I was closer to her brother Paul, Bev was the cutest little girl with a huge personality in that tiny body. She’s gone too soon.
Sincerest condolences to her family.

David Bickford

May 1, 2021

My wife Connie and I had the privilege of praying with Beverly On the national call of prayer for the Return.
She will be missed her kindness and love for people and her reverence and love for God we evident in her prayer
A True inspiration

Frank Seignious

April 28, 2021

Oh Beverly, sweet Beverly,

After being able to watch the service on Saturday, we felt honored as we stood in our living room in SC for the final salute from your family and friends. I was touched by all the remembrances from those who loved you. I am/was blessed to call you "friend." Prayer warrior extraordinaire, supreme commander, now a saint of the Lord's in His Mighty Army. There was none like you - with your incredible memory ... how you could recall the names of all of our family members. You did that for everyone you prayed for!

Beverly, you carried your mantle of authority which reached far and wide. Thank you for your life laid down for the Lord. Frank and I were blessed by the many prayers you prayed for us and our nation.

"Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His Saints"
You were and are a Saint of the Lord's own choosing.
Psalm 116:15

Lord Jesus, we pray for the mercies of God to be with Robert all the days of his life. Comfort him in his sorrow and grief. Our prayers are with you, brother.

In His love and ours

Charlotte & Frank

Sunshine Deister

April 25, 2021

My dear sister friend Beverly & I prayed for each other every morning for 10 years.
I was delighted when she met Robert fell in love & married .
A woman of love, faith and courage has taken the flight of the eagle into the courts of heaven. A great reward and wonderful beyond her wildest dreams is her Jesus and her gain.
Yes I do & will always miss her laugh, her heart & our Times of sharing & prayers.
Lovely is the thought of our joyful dance when my time comes. Much love & prayers for Robert and her sisters,
Nieces and nephews.
You were so very loved, many were her prayers for you...eternal love watching over you now & always.
Love,
Sunshine

Ruth Hildenberger

April 24, 2021

My fondest memory of Beverly is when she ran the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington, DC and she and I got to bond as adult first cousins. I remember her constant smile and enthusiasm for life and of course, her Christian faith.

JANET DIBBLE

April 24, 2021

HOW I HAVE ENJOYED YOU, DR. BEVERLY! THE COVENANT RELATIONSHIP WE HAVE SHARED HAS ENHANCED MY WALK WITH THE LORD JESUS OVER THE LAST 4 PLUS YEARS.

YOU HAVE ENCOURAGED ME AND LOVED ME...EVEN WHEN I WAS UNLOVABLE. YOU HAVE SHOWN ME WHAT COURAGE LOOKS LIKE AND WHAT FAITH IN JESUS LOOKS LIKE. WE HAVE WALKED THROUGH SOME ROUGH TRANSITIONS TOGETHER. I HAVE LOVED YOU AND LEARNED SO MUCH FROM YOU.

THANK YOU, LORD, FOR INCLUDING
DR. BEVERLY IN MY LIFE AND WALK WITH YOU.
- JANET THE DIBBLE FROM FLORIDA

I AM PRAYING FOR ROBERT.

Sara Ballenger

April 24, 2021

For our dear Beverly,

So many memories . . . so much love.

Rest in peace, Beloved. You have now surely earned your
greatest reward.

In HIS Grace and Love,

Sara Ballenger
Capitol Hill Prayer Partners

Gerald Alexander

April 23, 2021

I am an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, and I have just become aware of Beverly's death.  Beverly was a patient of mine.  It was always a treat to see her in my office for dynamics, and her gregarious personality would always cheer me and my staff up.  We would share our mutual love of physical fitness and life values. Being a veteran, she liked the fact that I also was a veteran and that I worked part-time at the VA.  It is with great shock and sadness to learn of her passing.  May she rest in peace.

Dawn Clifford Garzone

April 23, 2021

My deepest condolences to all of Beverly's loved ones. She was my very first and very dear childhood friend. Though we lost touch over the years, I hold many special memories of Bev and her family close to my heart. No doubt she has moved on to more important work and will be remembered with love. ~Dawn

Emily Ambriz

April 23, 2021

Our deepest condolences, you were such an inspiration. Your gift in prayer was extraordinary amazing! The lord has called you home! Rejoice! From all of us.
Dr. Sam & Dr. Clayton Kodama DDS, JD
ARE FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS!!!!

FROM THE FAMILY