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Dorothy Maxwell

Dorothy Maxwell

Tuesday, November 30th, 1943 - Thursday, May 23rd, 2019
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Obituary

Dorothy "Dottie" Lorraine Maxwell passed away Thursday May 23rd at the age of 75.
Dorothy was born November 30, 1943 in Klamath Falls, OR. She married Charles Maxwell Jan 10, 1962.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 50 years, one son Jack Maxwell, 2 sisters (Rose Merriott & Edith Phillips), 5 brothers (Ike & Jimmy Gayman; Troy, Harry, & Ray Davidson). Dorothy is survived by her daughter Teresa Maxwell and her husband James Ott of Farmington, AR; son Chuck Maxwell of Las Vegas, NV; brothers Tom Gayman and Roy Davidson; 10 grandchildren (Cassandra Maxwell, Brandee Wooten, Joey Fowler, Timothy Fowler, Ambyr Henninger, Marcus Maxwell, JC Maxwell, Scarlett Maxwell, Leandra Houle, & Brittany Maxwell); 11 great grandchildren; along with numerous nieces and nephews.
Dottie spent many years riding motorcycles and breeding American Pit Bull Terriers alongside her husband. She enjoyed spoiling her grand children and great grandchildren. She worked at Elk Horn and Black Hawk before going to work at Walmart in Garden dept. Dottie had a work ethic and energy level most young people could not relate to! Dorothy's kindness has touched the hearts of many. She will be greatly missed.
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Jeanine Dierking

Posted at 12:51pm
One of my earliest memories was with Dorothy taking me for a ride on her white horse. I couldn’t have been more than 2 or 3 years old. The horse rared up with us & I said it was just like the lone rangers horse, silver. ❤️
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Stacey Henson

Posted at 03:29pm
Dot and I worked together in garden center at Walmart and we were very close. She was a fun and out going lady who could work circles around most of our youth! Going to miss her so much! RIP Dot love uou

Raymond Davidson

Posted at 09:36am
The "FUN" aunt.

Dorothy Maxwell

Posted at 10:46pm
Memorial will be held at Dutch Mills cemetery Sunday June 2nd at 2pm.
No pastor officiating. Mom didn’t want a funeral. Family and friends, please gather with us as we lay mom to rest.

Charla Keller

Posted at 09:36am
Very sweet woman, I remember her from growing up friends with Theresa. Prayers for all of her family.
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