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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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Vivian Smith Vivian Smith from Post Falls, Idaho wrote on July 2, 2018 at 7:53 pm:
I met Molly many years ago through my sister in law Gloria. Every time I would visit with her and Clarence they always made me feel welcomed into their home. She is flying with the angels now. In fact I believe she is one of those angels flying around us . You will be greatly missed. Fly high angel fly high.
Gloria Howell Gloria Howell from Spirit Lake wrote on July 2, 2018 at 6:08 pm:
Where do I start! I visited Clarence and Molly many times over the years, you see, Clarence is my brother. On many occasions while visiting my mother, Doris, Molly and I would sit and talk about many and all things. She told me she didn't have any siblings and I was the sister she never had. She indicated she loved our time just relaxing and having a laugh with small talk. I have many sisters, but also count Molly as one of them.

My first meeting of Molly was this blond haired goddess that drove from Sandpoint to Thompson Falls, Montana where we lived, in a Corvette. She took me for a "fast" ride and we became instant friends. Her laugh was contagious and her smile was beautiful. She recently mentioned this meeting of how we met over 35 years ago.

I have a big hole in my heart, but know she will continue to guide me and watch over all of us.

Her greatest joy in this world was her family. She left an amazing legacy that will continue to tell her story and share her life. I was truly blessed to have known her.
John J Zenes John J Zenes from Stansbury Park wrote on July 2, 2018 at 1:48 pm:
Words can not fully describe the beauty grace and friendship of this human. I am forever thankful for her coming into our lives. #UntilWeMeetAgain #FamiliesAreForever Love, John and Paige Zenes
Wanda K Robinson Wanda K Robinson from Naples Idaho wrote on July 2, 2018 at 12:57 pm:
A wonderful lady who as we all know gave her heart to everyone she met. We were lucky to have met her in 1995 when we started our home based business in EXCEL. She invited us in and always had encouraging words. She allowed me to stay at their home in Post Falls many times, of course, Clarence too. Many meetings and fun trips together as the years went on. I felt loved by Molly as a mother-daughter would have. Just a month ago we had our last text in Facebook. Her memory will always be with me, in my heart as will the rest of her family. My continued prayers for her loving family and be sure to reach out if need be; I'm here for you.
Josh Musser Josh Musser from Reno, NV wrote on July 2, 2018 at 12:11 pm:
Wow! What a legacy and a great friendship! I was able to travel with Molly on a trip overseas and they all laughed during the day and all night. What an example you've been to my personal friend Josh Comstock and a lasting impression on my life as well. I've personally witness, Molly's zeal for Christ message and it would challenge me. Molly I'm sure that it was a unspeakable glory that we can't even imagine waking up in His presence. Your example has helped many people! To those that remain and are hurting and mourning, my prayer is to help bless your healing and grief.