MAZINE ELIZABETH FULLER OBITUARY Reprinted with Permission © Guardian Funeral Home
MAXINE ELIZABETH FULLER
1912 - 2003
Maxine Elizabeth Jones Fuller passed away on March 18, 2003. She was born June 3, 1912 to Almer and Imelda Jones in Gooding, Idaho.
After raising two children, she worked as a secretary and bookkeeper for several Oklahoma City companies until the age of eighty-four.
To everyone she met her wit and humor made a lasting impression.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Fred Fuller; sisters, Bernadean Sexton and Peggy Meville and brother, Elwood Jones.
She is survived by her brother, Jerry L. Jones; daughters, Brenda Guest, Meldean Turley and husband, Mitch; grandsons, Chad and Danny Guest; granddaughters, Vicki Beynon and Shari Cowles; three great grandsons, one great granddaughter, two nieces, Barbara Pearman, Mary Ziegler; two nephews, Ron and Dick Jones; and numerous great nieces and nephews.
A special thanks to Frontier Hospice and the Staff at Bellevue Nursing Center, especially Mary and Bettye.
Funeral services provide by Guardian North 11600 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
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