Blake Harris Wedgworth

February 6, 1992November 26, 2019

Blake Harris Wedgworth passed away on November 26, 2019 at the age of 27. Blake was born on February 6, 1992 in Texarkana, Texas. He grew up in Prattville and Montgomery and attended the Montgomery Academy. Blake attended Auburn University and Middle Tennessee State University. He enjoyed living in Nashville spending time with family and friends. Blake enjoyed playing the guitar and always put a smile on peoples faces with his sense of humor. He is loved and remembered by his family and friends.

He is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Julian Wedgworth. He is survived by his parents, Morgan Davis Wedgworth II and Karen Belsterling Wedgworth; his brother, Morgan Davis Wedgworth III (Jenna); his sister, Margaret Wedgworth Roberts (Matthew, Emilia); his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Belsterling; and a large and loving extended family.

Visitation will be held at St. Peters Parish of Montgomery on Saturday, December 7 at 1PM with the mass immediately following at 2PM.

In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to The Children’s Harbor at Lake Martin- 1 Our Children’s Highway, Alexander City, AL 35010.,


  • Visitation Saturday, December 7, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, December 7, 2019


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Martha Garriott

December 6, 2019

Sweet Blake was one of the kindest people I’ve ever met. We had a lot a fun times together. My favorite memory of you was when we had the best date ever in the park, on a blanket with Grizwold. We talked, laughed and watched the stars for hours even though it was freezing. You were the kind of guy who walked me to my car across campus because our biology class ended late and it was dark, even though you knew I had a boyfriend at that time. You were a gentleman. You were so, so smart. I’ll miss our intellectual conversations and our playful debates. You inspired me and opened me up to a plethora of new things. You loved with your whole heart and soul. You were a beautiful person. You will be very sorely missed by your family, my family, your friends and me. You will forever hold a very special place in my heart and I will never forget you and how you helped me grow.

Ashley Hamlett

December 2, 2019

Blake always found the good in every moment, no matter the circumstance. His humor changed the atmosphere. He would always quote the most random movies at awkward times and he loved it. His sweet southern charm always made me smile and he was such a gentleman even when he didn’t want to be. He always loved music and especially the classics. We were adventurous once and adopted a pup and named him Hendrix. That little guy made us so angry sometimes, but gave us good laughs. Blake was my favorite person and I will never forget the simple memories of cooking dinner when neither of us really knew what we were doing. I will forever miss you Wedg.

Deb Garriott

December 1, 2019

It was my pleasure to meet and know Blake through my daughter Martha. He accompanied us on a vacation trip to Chicago where his dry sense of humor brightened our excursions and conversations. His consistent gentlemanly behavior and kindness was a joy and made the trip so much better. Even in the bitter cold he never lost his graciousness and endeavored at all times to contribute to the group.

He will be missed. I send prayers for him and my warmest regards and prayers to those who loved and knew him.