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Maxine M. Schlientz

Lexington, Nebraska

Nov 2, 1928 - May 8, 2013 (Age 84)

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Much love to all of you in the loss of your dear Mom. I remember her with such love - and I thought her AVON closet of treats was the most magical and wonderful place ever. She was one of the "fun moms" and I am so sad to hear of this news. Be assured of my thoughts and prayers for all of you.

Thinking of you and your family during this difficult time and keeping you all in my prayers.

Maxine was such a wonderful lady and I saw her as an adopted Grandma as she was always so welcoming to me. I have many wonderful memories spending time with her and her Granddaughter Stephanie Myers. She was a very classy lady and didn't go anywhere without makeup and her hair done! Her sense of humor always kept us on our toes and her smile always radiated such warmth! I will miss spending time with her at the Thomalla house where we had so many fun times and the fun shopping trips we took...

May all your wonderful memories help sustain you at this most difficult time.
Stan and Jan Sieberg

I always remember Maxine as a Grand Lady. I remember visiting at the house in Lexington as a child it was always a fun day trip. After Dad died she and your Dad always made our family feel welcome at the Lake we really appreciated that. The family will miss such a Great Cornerstone. My prayers are with all of you!
Chris Sullivan -Roanoke, VA

I will always remember Maxine as our church choir director and as mom's Avon Lady. May the memories of her help you through this difficult time.

May the strength of FAITH, may the joy of HOPE, and may the warmth of LOVE, bring you PEACE in your time of sorrow.

With Prayer and Sympathy,
Shibble Maloley and Family


Maxine's Obituaries

Maxine M. Schlientz, 84, of North Platte, Nebraska, formerly of Johnson Lake passed away Wednesday, May 8, 2013, at Great Plains Regional Medical Center in North Platte.She was born November 2, 1928, in Depew, Oklahoma to Merrill L. and Nona Edith (Holton) Southworth. She moved to Kansas when...

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