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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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Sandy Stein Sandy Stein from Carrollton, TX wrote on July 5, 2018 at 5:09 pm:
Never met Molly, but I knew her and her heart was always for Jesus! I know that her favorite color was purple. She is probably wearing a robe of purple in the royal kingdom and putting rewards at the feet of Jesus. Going to miss her!
Teresa Comstock Teresa Comstock from Shelby, Oh wrote on July 3, 2018 at 12:28 pm:
My son Josh introduced our family to Molly. She was one of those ladies that you didnโ€™t forget! Big personality and you knew she was a Christian! Some people you meet and you donโ€™t know if they are saved but not Molly. She reminded me of my dads mom. My Grandma Savage & Molly had a lot of the same traits in the way they loved Jesus and served Him. I knew if she said she would pray for you she meant it. She wasnโ€™t afraid to tell others of Jesus. Recently Molly called me and encouraged me to write a book about my life to help encourage others. I have thought about it but been hesitant. I donโ€™t think Iโ€™m a great writer. I think I will take her advice with Godโ€™s help and try. She said she loved seeing my FB posts of my husband preaching in our Jr. Church. She said we were doing a good thing. She said thatโ€™s why Iโ€™m raising these boys so they will be taught the right way. We love serving the Lord. I consider Molly a Titus 2 Woman. I want to carry on and strive to be a better soul winner, and serve God with zeal. After all the world has nothing to offer when itโ€™s all said and done but when you get to Heaven that is where it will be worth all the trials. I guarantee you Molly is reaping rewards and would love to be able to tell us all forsake the world and serve God with all your might you wonโ€™t believe the rewards when you get to Heaven. Molly had a big influence on many. What will you do for God today? I will meet you in the air someday.
Praying for your family like I promised you I would๐Ÿ’• Love Teresa Comstock
Valerie Olson Valerie Olson from SDPT, ID wrote on July 3, 2018 at 8:52 am:
Molly came into my life at a very young age. If my memory is correct, I believe I was about 7ish. When I first met Molly and her family, I was scared young child that had no idea what was going on in the world around me. Molly open up her heart, home, and her own world. To make sure I was taken care of in a loving and safe atmosphere. I have found memories of Molly singing, exploring nature, and her always cooking or baking something. She was more than just a friend when I needed one the most. She was a mother! For this i a greatly honored to have been a little part of her family for a short time. RIP "song bird"
Val Olson
Stephanie wagner Stephanie wagner from Chattaroy wrote on July 2, 2018 at 9:04 pm:
I know i knew Aunt Molly years ago however i don't remember much. I last saw her on grandmas birthday. She was so happy and driven. It was obvious that she was loved by all. She also showed up in Portland with uncle Clarence for my mom, (her sister in law) just a weeks or so before she passed. Still so gracious and fun loving. She had such a personality and an ora about her. Not too many people would take on additional children as they did. You could see the love and devotion. Im so happy that she was such a huge part of the family. I always viewed her as the rock for everyone. I am going to continue to pray for the family and the friends that lost such an amazing woman. I wish i knew her better... God has a great place for Aunt Molly. The highest seat. Love her so much
Pam Hetland Pam Hetland from Kasaan, Alaska and Fallon, Nevada wrote on July 2, 2018 at 8:31 pm:
When my son Scott was 3 or 4 we met Molly and Clarence on a road job outside of Thornebay. She told Scotty she was his Gairy Godmother and he believed her completely. Because on church days Molly and Clarence came to church on a dirt road about 40 plus miles. In order to stay clean Molly would wrap a white sheet around her in order to stay clean while in church. Every Sunday we would wait on the porch for Molly and Clarence to drive in. And here they come to a screeching halt in their old truck. Dust a flying. Molly would step out and open her white sheet arms at length. Shake it off and walk forward. Scotty in awesome would watch as she came to the porch heโ€™d say in awe. โ€œYep Mom itโ€™s my Fairy God Mother sheโ€™s Hereโ€. And weโ€™d all go inside for church. We will Miss you Miss Molly.๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ™