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David Bourne MAXFIELD Obituary

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MAXFIELD, David Bourne was born June 16, 1934 and passed away on Friday, August 22, 2014 after a long illness. David is predeceased by his mother, Florence Bourne Maxfield, father, David Briggs Maxfield and brother, Charles Thorne Maxfield. David is survived by his wife, Susan Z. Maxfield, his daughter, S. Kimberly Findlay, her husband Ross S. Findlay and their two children David Kasinkas and Susan K. Findlay as well as his son David Z. Maxfield, his wife Renee M. Maxfield and their daughter Jessica R. Maxfield. David was a lifelong resident of Oxford, Ohio. He graduated from the McGuffey High School in 1952 and then from the University of Cincinnati's Department of Architecture in 1958 where he was also a Beta Nu. After graduating, he became a member of the A.I.A. and joined his father's architectural practice in Oxford where he worked until 1966. He then joined the architectural firm of Winkler, Ranck and Beeghly, of Hamilton, Ohio. He retired as the sole owner in 1997. During his long and prolific career, he designed several banks in Oxford, the Senior Center and multiple residences in town. In the Hamilton area he designed banks and doctor's offices, Schroder Manor, the Butler Rural Electric Co-Op building, The First Baptist Church and the remodel of the Ohio Casualty building. David served two terms on Oxford's City Council and was a member of Rotary for over 30 years. David was introduced to his wife Susan Zeller of Sewickley, PA by a mutual friend at Western College in 1961. They were married in 1963, had two children and three grandchildren and just celebrated their fifty-first anniversary in August. David enjoyed an active life. He loved to attend Miami basketball and football games. He was an excellent skier, sailor, sports car instructor and driving enthusiast. He and Susan enjoyed skiing together, taking long sailing trips in the Caribbean with family and friends and travelling to the California wine country. Services will be held at the Presbyterian Church at the corner of Main and Church Streets in Oxford, Ohio on Thursday, August 28. The viewing will be held at 1:00 with service to follow at 2:00. A reception will be held at 3:15 at the Knolls of Oxford, 6727 Contreras Road, Oxford, OH. In lieu of flowers, make any contribution you wish to the Oxford Presbyterian Church at 101 N. Main St., Oxford, OH 45056 or The Knolls of Oxford Health Care Pavilion at Knolls of Oxford, 6727 Contreras Road, Oxford, OH 45056. Condolences may be sent online to www.oglepaulyoungfuneralhome.com

Published in Dayton Daily News on Aug. 27, 2014
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