Condolence: My dad was Maxine's brother Chuck. When Aunt Maxine and Uncle George and their kids would visit Montana they always brought out the fun side in my Dad. I used to spend a couple weeks every summer in Stanford with Grandma and Grandpa(Dorothy and Max)and help them out, mowing and watering the lawn, pulling weeds, working on Grandpa's Kayak, go fishing, driving before I was old enough, you get the idea.
About a year after my Dad had passed; George and Maxine were staying at Aunt Dorthy and Uncle Lou's house and after we left, I told my wife, "Aunt Maxine is just like Grandma". She was full of life, outspoken, tell it like it is, there is fun to be had in every situation, so let's have some and not afraid to tell you her mind. I am very sorry we did not get to spend more time with both of your parents. Aunt Maxine always made an impression.
We am very sorry for your loss. We know that it is not easy. Never stop Remembering the Fun and Joy that your parents and you all brought to others. Our deepest sympathies to all of you.
Condolence From: St. Andre Health Care - Steve Alaimo
Condolence: To the Steven's Family...we are so sorry about Maxine's passing. She has been part of our St. Andre's family and will be missed by the staff and the other residents. She has given great joy to so many of us and we thank you for allowing us to care for her in her time of need. She is at peace and resting comfortably and we pray you are comforted in knowing how much joy she brought to us.
Condolence: Maxine was a woman of class, wit, knowledge, strength and love. It was my pleasure to work alongside her and be her friend. She touched many lives. The world is a much better place because of Maxine and all that she gave.