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Molly K. Maxey

March 30, 1942 - July 1, 2018

And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

– Romans 8:28

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27 entries.
Kenny Spain Kenny Spain from Toledo wrote on July 9, 2018 at 11:00 am:
Wow! Molly, you are now with my sweet Sandi enjoying eternal life without pain. With the two of you up there, things will certainly be exciting. We all miss you so much, and look forward to the day we all gather home.
I'm one of Molly's late in life older adopted sons or maybe a little younger brother. She nurtured me thru so much. Molly helped pray me through and encouraged me in loving my Sandi during those very difficult last 10 years of her life. Molly always bragged on me as if in loving Sandi I were doing something special. Molly helped me learn just how special being faithful can be.
On one of the several visits to Molly & Clarence's I sat at their kitchen counter and filled out much of the paper-work to apply to serve in this beautiful "Holy-Land" where I now live. Again, Molly helped pray me through that process.
Molly loved so many of us, but loved to pick on this Southern Baptist, especially after discovering that I had forgotten and brought my non-King James Bible to her church one Sunday. She introduced me to her Pastor as the SBC preacher with the "liberal" Bible. It was in love with a smile, but she meant every word.
Molly had such great stories of her Missionary mother and those young days learning how to walk by faith. I wonder if that school bus is still around which Molly bought to take kids to Sunday School. By that and so many more faith stories, Molly taught me and so many how to walk by faith.
Molly, may your great laughter, boldness in telling everyone you could about Yeshua, and your fierceness in living life to the fullness cause us left here below to follow Yeshua with even greater love.
Doris Oscarson Doris Oscarson from Rathdrum wrote on July 8, 2018 at 12:56 am:
One wonderful memory that showed unconditional love and generosity . They had a Xango meeting at their home and a lady that was looking at the business made a comment on how beautiful the cross was that was hanging in the hall. Molly walked right over to the cross, took it off the wall and gave it to the lady ! I always felt closer to God and felt his presence around Molly . She will be greatly missed and there is a special place in my heart that belongs to her . Love and miss you my dear friend.
Margaret Blastic Margaret Blastic from Phoenix wrote on July 7, 2018 at 12:42 pm:
What a kind loving soul Molly was. I have found memories of hanging at their house in high school & Sunday night dinners. She loved us ALL! She made an impact in this world & will be forever missed
Margaret
Bette Woinowsky Bette Woinowsky from Rathdrum wrote on July 6, 2018 at 3:37 pm:
Molly always cared for others. A privilege to know her. A great prayer warrior. She will be missed but she is rejoicing with her Lord.
Beverly Hollister Beverly Hollister from Draper, UT wrote on July 5, 2018 at 5:17 pm:
Molly's laughter was contagious...always smiling!