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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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Wanda K. Robinson Wanda K. Robinson from NAPLES wrote on January 10, 2020 at 7:28 pm:
A great woman who will be in all of us forever. The smiles, laughter and love will be carried on. Her giving and caring heart. I think of Molly often and believe some days she standing next to me holding my hand to get through life. Love and miss her.
Natali Natali from Post Falls wrote on July 30, 2018 at 9:10 am:
A dear friend of Grandmother, Brother Gary Lutrick sent this to me at Clarence's request.
Evangelist Gary Lutrick remembers the late Molly Maxey and her walk of faith.
MALCOLM STROUD MALCOLM STROUD from Federal Way wrote on July 17, 2018 at 8:46 pm:
Oh my goodness!
So sad to hear of her passing.
I used to love the Xango calls.
With Josh hosting.
I still drink the juice Molly ...
Daily ...
Just letting you know ... ๐Ÿ˜Š
Rest peacefully ...
Sherry & Gregg Adair Sherry & Gregg Adair from St Augustine Fl wrote on July 14, 2018 at 5:21 pm:
We were always amazed at Molly's energy and business savvy. Molly was forever a kind hearted and giving woman who loved to see her "flock" achieve greater heights. She will be sadly missed.
Britt Driggars Britt Driggars from Sandpoint wrote on July 11, 2018 at 8:06 pm:
Thank you for putting this together Natalie, we need to get together sometime soon, sis. I love your mom and I loved Molly Maxey.
The first memory that I have of Molly was while sitting in church at Northside, and every time that the pastor would say something that she agreed with she would belt out a hearty "AMEN!" ๐Ÿ˜„
The funny thing about it was, every time she would do it...I felt the urge to do it as well. One day I approached her and said, "every time you say 'Amen'... I feel like I swallow an 'Amen' that should be coming out of my mouth too" ...she put her arm around me and she said "honey, you are quenchin the Holy Spirit when you do that! Say 'AMEN!' That's the Holy Spirit in you wanting you to encourage the pastor and agree with the truths that he's preachin!" It was honestly at that moment that I realized, that I was actually holding back the Holy Spirit trying to work through me in that way! Molly powerfully reiterated to me to (listen and to act) when The Spirit prodded me to โค
She was always smiling, quick to laugh and quick to give you the most loving hug and kiss on the cheek โค She told people that she loved them often, and without hesitation โค
But the most recent precious memories that I have of Molly is a couple of months ago when we were communicating back-and-forth about a circumstance that my husband and I were struggling with. She called me and told me that "she had plans to fix that and that I shouldn't worry because everything is gonna be great " โค
I called her and my husband and I had a conversation with her on speakerphone together for over an hour. She encouraged us both incredibly and then asked if I'd be interested in pulling some women together so that she could host a prayer meeting and Bible Study with us. But she told me that she wasn't going to tell anyone that it was her idea, but that it was mine ๐Ÿ˜‚She told me Katy (Kelsey and Annie Stutzke's mom who has passed on that she led to the Lord) specifically wanted her to get her daughter's together to learn how to pray boldly. She said she wanted me to gather up the people and that we would begin to fervently lift up the circumstance that we were struggling with, as well as any other requests we had, but especially, to pray for -the impossible and miracles- that we wanted to petition to God โค
I believe we met three times all together, and that next Friday that we were supposed to meet at her home is when she went into the hospital ๐Ÿ˜ญ It happened so fast. But I am so thankful that she went so peacefully.
Im those three short sweet meetings that we had, Molly shared with us story after story of miracles that she'd seen happen all throughout her life, and the faith that she had that she KNEW could move mountains. She wanted us to believe that we could have GREAT Mountain Moving Faith too, and to pray with POWER!!! โค
She quoted Scripture by memory constantly and urged us to memorize as much as we could too. And she reminded us of the promises of God's word that'd carried her through life with peace and caused her to grow in her faith daily. She loved to recite:
Luke 6:38
Give and it will be given unto you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will it be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured unto you.
She was one of the most thoughtful and generous people that you would ever meet.

I didn't get to know Molly as long as I wanted to know her. I feel like I got to touch the edge of her garment, but yet it has changed my life forever. But, in that time she passed on so many sweet gold nuggets of what it TRULY means to be a Bible Believing Christian, and what it really looks to be an earthly example of Jesus โค
We're going to get together and have a prayer and praise meeting without her this Friday morning, and I know there will be tears...You KNOW that Molly is missing from a room pretty quickly ๐Ÿ˜ญ
But, this life is short! And she's where I'll be when I pass on from this place too ๐Ÿ’• I loved her. All I can say is, when you hug people or kiss them, do it like you might not see them again for awhile.
God knows when it's time for us to go, but, we don't know. Cherish every single conversation, moment, and love on everyone you can as much as you can!!! โค
And, take the time to call, text or stop by and love on Clarence. That was his beloved wife of 34 years. And those sweet boys lost their mom. ๐Ÿ˜ž They need love, prayer and encouragement.
Lots of love and prayers,
โคBritt Driggars
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!
Dona Herrera Dona Herrera from Littleton, CO wrote on July 5, 2018 at 5:16 pm:
She handed me her business card that she pulled from her bra and said: โ€œyouโ€™ll never forget where that came from!โ€ Obviously not - hahaaaaa
Kelly Allred Kelly Allred from Provo wrote on July 5, 2018 at 5:15 pm:
I have many many memories but my funniest one is on our way to Thailand and she told Clarence it was only 8hr plane ride and had me keep him busy while she spiked his drink with a sleeping pill. Oh boy, he was mad when he woke up and we still had 9 hours to go!! LOL! Love that lady.
Amanda Valdiviezo Amanda Valdiviezo from Utah wrote on July 5, 2018 at 5:14 pm:
I absolutely loved Molly! We would talk daily about her boys. I remember when the baby got to come home for the first time. She was so happy...always heard them all in the background. I would do webinars for Molly and her team and she was always so sweet and such a great leader in all aspects of life. A true beauty she was!! โ™ฅ๏ธโ™ฅ๏ธ
Dwayne Dyer Dwayne Dyer wrote on July 5, 2018 at 5:12 pm:
Molly was always kind and gracias on the phone with me. She will be greatly missed.
Sharon Sharif Sharon Sharif from Las Vegas, NV wrote on July 5, 2018 at 5:10 pm:
Wow. Molly was such a joy. Always cheerful always thinking of her kids or someone elseโ€™s. Such a loss. R.I.P. Dear Lady.
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™
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.
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.