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August 20, 2018

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December 2, 2017
I remember when I used to ride Cricket and my friend Lynne Sheeks boarded her horse DC in one of their pastures at their home in Woodinville. I rarely saw Maxine but I do remember talking to her. I knew her daughter Susie. What a great lady she was!

Tami Gleason
October 5, 2017
I am so sorry for your loss. Maxine helped me often when I was first in real estate. As the result I became one of the few women that sold mostly land at that time. My Mother Toni Nolf was also in real estate and she died at 106 this July. Maxine and my Mother are my heros in our industry and to do what is right. Maxine is someone we all owe so much to for keeping us up to date on what might be going on with land under "the radar. I am so grateful that she chose real estate and became vocal. My Mother gave up her real estate license late into 104 years old.
October 5, 2017
I am so sorry to hear about your loss. It is a loss for our industry as well.
. Maxine helped me often when I first got into real estate. I was able to ask her questions about land and became one of the few women in real estate that sold mostly raw land. My Mother Toni Nolf died at 106 in July and gave up her real estate license at 104. She and Maxine are my idles. My grandfather was also in real estate in the Yakima Valley. I loved reading what she wrote and often called her to talk about it. Thrilled to have known her. Nancy Nolf