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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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Sharla Comstock Sharla Comstock from Ponderay, Idaho wrote on July 2, 2018 at 11:43 am:
Some people are family by blood and some are family by choice, fortunately, I was both to Molly. She welcomed me into her family and treated me as if I were her own. But Molly was family because the blood that cleansed her from sin is the same blood that cleansed me from mine.

She shared her saving faith with every person she met. She was one of the greatest prayer warriors I have ever known. She believed God could move mountains and saw Him work in so many peopleโ€™s lives. Her faithfulness and commitment to God and those who crossed her path have been, and I pray will continue to be an encouragement to me.

Molly was the first person I met when I moved to Idaho and immediately helped me feel at home. When it is my time to meet my Savior, I have no doubt she will be there to greet me and welcome me to my eternal home. Until we meet againโ€ฆ โค

Josh Comstock Josh Comstock from Ponderay, Idaho wrote on July 2, 2018 at 11:19 am:
There are so many great memories I've made with Molly and those in her family. From the first time I met her and her best friend Diane in an Indiana Denny's with my brother Jordan back in 2002, up until just a few weeks ago when my wife Sharla and I were at her house for dinner...I thank God for sovereignly crossing our paths together.

Molly was a strong contender of her faith, her values, and her family. She ferociously loved you, and at the same time, wasn't afraid to rebuke you when you were wrong...and often times, with a smile on her face.

Few people could out-cook her, out-laugh her, or enjoy life more. She was a burden-bearer, a prayer warrior, and a daily witness for Christ.

In closing, I would say that I was Molly's favorite...because that's how she made us ALL feel. We were important to her, and everyone that was fortunate enough to be her friend knew that.