Jay: No words can express how sorry I am for the loss of your wife Maxine. I never had the pleasure of meeting her but I know how much you loved her from the recent discussions we had at our weekly curling outings. May her memory live on forever.
Dear Jay and Family. We are sorry to hear of Maxine’s passing. We hope you can find comfort in the many wonderful memories you have. We remember fondly your time in the neighborhood on Hawktree Circle. We were just watching a video of one of our get togethers from days gone by. Maxine’s laugh was infectious. Always smiling and ready to have fun. Sending our love to you all at this time. Kevin and Karen Barry
Jay, my friend for over 70 years, Claudia and I have relived so many wonderful memories, starting with our first Christmas together when our bush pilot buddy met our university colleague, leading to a lifetime relationship.
We enjoyed many fun filled parties in Calgary and Mazatlán including St. Patrick’s Day and 60’s Birthday Parties.
We are comforted by Maxine’s smiling eyes during our recent visits.
Our prayer is that you and your family may find peace through your memories as you say goodbye to your loving wife, mother, sister, aunt and grandmother.
Glenn and Claudia Doerksen
Maxine and Jays was my favourite place to babysit, always Maxine would have baked cookies for me to enjoy! She was a kind and caring soul.
Her cousin Jody
So sorry to hear about Maxine, we had some great times in Las Vegas and will always treasure those trips .Doug & Betty Lawlor
I also grew up with Maxine and Margy in Renfrew, form elementary till grad. Rick and I always remembered her as a lovely person and sister.
Jay and Family - you have chosen a beautiful picture of Maxine.
A new road ahead - difficult days, however filled with good memories of a life well lived.
Long time friends and a friendship that will remain in place always.
Darlene (and Ken)
I had the privilege of knowing Maxine for more than 60 years. During Junior and Senior High and many years later at a celebration of our high school, Maxine maintained her warm, sentimental and caring approach to all. I will always be very grateful for the memory of her at our last meeting! Rest in Peace dear friend. ❤️
Maxine and her sister Margy were childhood friends.and we grew up with one another. I have wonderful memories of those years and I am very proud to say that Maxine was my friend.
I had the pleasure of volunteering with Maxine at the Tom Baker cancer centre at Foothills Hospital for close to ten years.
I remember Maxine as a caring person who always had a friendly word or gesture. She will be missed.
I had the pleasure of working with Maxine for several years at the Marking Centre for diploma exams in Edmonton. She was delight to work with- very conscientious, and hard working but also a lot of fun. I really missed her when she moved back to Calgary. My sympathy and prayers to all the family. May all your happy memories give you strength at this sad time.