In Memory

Maxine Hendricks

Maxine was a friend to all and a great partner in organizing our previous reunions. We all missed her at our Steering Committee Meeting on November 14th.

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11/12/08 10:00 PM #1    

Martha Jo Meyer (Nall)

Max was a dear, dear friend of mine and Judy Dudley Mahan's. I know there are many others who loved Maxine as we did..She was sooo much fun and I surely miss her "Hi ya Honey" when talking on the phone. She always made you feel good.

12/10/08 02:40 PM #2    

Peter Leeds

Maxine was a hoot. Always made me laugh and smile.
She was a great dancer. She and I would always be partners for the jitterbug contest at the Coke factory on Dana avenue for T.V. Dance Party. Bob Braun was the emcee. We came in first place 2 or 3 times I remember.
We jitterbugged at our last reunion and as we did-----the years melted away---------sigh-------
We never dated but were always good Buds.
I loved her laugh and her smile--------
I will miss that at our next reunion--------
Peter Leeds

01/12/09 05:22 PM #3    

Judy Dudley (Mahan)

Maxine was one of the first people I met when I came to Woodward as a new student my sophomore year. The first day I met her, I knew we would be friends! We did lose "track" of each other while our kids were young but renewed our friendship at the first reunion. Then Martha Meyer, Maxine and I would always get together for lunch every year on our Birthdays and laugh & laugh about the "old times" at Woodward. "I miss ya honey!"!!

03/27/09 08:43 PM #4    

Carla Sue Storm (Harness)

Maxine died August 15,2004 of natural causes.

I miss your wonderful smile and effervescent personality. You were a wonderful friend. Thanks
for the good times. Carla

05/08/09 04:08 PM #5    

Virginia (Ginny) Roberts (Childers)

Max was my best friend in elementary school and at Woodward. We both lived in Pleasant Ridge and spent alot of time together and at the movies at the Monta Vista.

We lost touch after I moved to Phoenix. When I moved to Loveland in 1992 I ran in to her at the grocery store. It was as if we'd never been apart.

She was a beautiful person and a wonderful friend. You are missed my friend.

12/12/13 03:39 PM #6    

Charles M. Campbell

Maxine, her husband Howard were in the Jaycees with me and my wife Peggy for years. You can't believe the fun we had together. The four of us probably embarassed ourselves more than a few times. I don't remember the year Maxine passed away but I got to see her and Howard and her sister Gail right before I went on one of my assignments. She was very ill but we got to have prayer together with her family. Before I got back from my asignment she had passed away. She was really a pistol and a great friend. I still stay in touch with Howard. He not lives near Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Charlie Campbell


12/13/13 07:01 AM #7    

Bruce L. Oliver

Charlie Cambell's recent post led me to the past comments about our wonderful friend and fellow Woodward graduate, Maxine.  It is hard to believe that this August will be the tenth year since her death.  Peace to one and all.

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