Jane McDermid Wiberg
April 23, 1939-December 22, 2021
The family of Mrs. JANE WIBERG announce with sorrow, the passing of their beloved wife, mother, mother-in-law, grandmother, sister and aunt. Mrs. Wiberg passed away peacefully in her home.
Most recently an avid patron of the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas Mrs. Wiberg will also be remembered as the holder of 25 National Ladies Singles Tennis Championships, manager of Cable Beach Manor and as wife of Consul General (retired) for Sweden, Mr. Anders Wiberg. Mrs. Wiberg was a gifted hostess and will be remembered for her generous hospitality and for the parties and receptions held at her beloved Palmeiras.
Jane is remembered by her many friends as an energetic, cheerful, positive-thinking, and motivating companion. A stoic who never complained, she may be remembered by many for her strength of character, work ethic, determination and grit. She will be missed but lives on in her children and grandchildren.
Mrs. Wiberg is survived by her husband of over 55 years Mr. Anders Wiberg, her four children: Ann, John, Eric and James; son-in-law Atle Bekken, daughters-in-law Sophia and Lynette Wiberg and brothers John McDermid and Ralph McDermid, Jr.
She is survived by eleven grandchildren Oscar, Wilhelm, and Axel Wachtmeister, Saoirse and Åke Wiberg, Felix Wiberg, Oliver and Isabelle Wiberg, and Anders, Elizabeth, and Alexander Wiberg.
The family would like to extend their sincere gratitude to Ms. Gillian Byles, Dr. Theodore Turnquest, Dr. Angela Kuntz and to Dr. Margo Munroe.
A Memorial Service for the Late Mrs. Jane McDermid Wiberg, will be held at Christ Church Cathedral, George Street, Nassau, on Wednesday, 19th January, 2022 at 3:00 p.m.
The Very Reverend Harry Bain, Dean Of Nassau will officiate.