Jedediah-Maxham-Obituary

Jedediah C. Maxham

Bennington, Vermont

1981 - 2019 (Age 38)

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Jedediah C. "Jed" Maxham, 38, a former resident of Bennington, VT and more recently of Poultney, VT died Friday June 7, 2019 at the Rutland Regional Medical Center surrounded by his family.He was born in Bennington, VT February 23, 1981. He was the son of the late Clifford Maxham and...

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So sorry for your loss may the God of comfort be with you and he will bring you much peace.

2 Thessalonians 2:16,17

I miss you so much my little brother I know your rocken with the best clogging with your mother clogger dancing with mom your dad my heart is so broken without you your house is so empty with you not here but your free now no more fake smiles my brother the one you have on your face now is real I will love and miss you the rest of my life

May your path never go dark and your spirit fly free, share a dance with Rhoda and everyone for me buddy, until we meet again, your friend and brother in Iowa

I'm gonna miss you my friend, your friend and brother in Iowa Mike Chapman

I have only know you for a short time but you were a great guy and would give the shirt off your back to help anyone who needed help you were also a great comedian always making people laugh sorry i didnt get to talk to you one last time rest in peace buddy

My heart aches I went to school with Jed have known him since 7th grade he always had a smile on his face and always made people laugh

So very sorry to you all on Jed's passing. He had such a kind heart and an infectious smile that many hold greatly in their hearts. Know that he lived his life to the fullest and he is no longer suffering. His time on earth was definitely not taken for granted and so many of us are better people for having such a wonderful person to call our friend. Love and hugs to you all . Jen Stratton (Moore)

Condolences to the family. I am so sorry for your loss. May our God and Father "who loves us and gives everlasting comfort and good hope, comfort your hearts and make you firm" during this difficult time. (2 Thessalonians 2: 16 & 17