- 48 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 10, 1965
- Date of passing: Sep 14, 2013
|Love and memories last forever...|
Denise Marie Hulick Maxwell, age 48, of Roebling, NJ suddenly on Sept. 14, 2013.
Denise was born in Trenton, NJ on March 10, 1965. She was a loving and caring person, and her passion was caring for animals. She enjoyed all animals, especially horses. She had been employed with Columbus Animal Hospital. Denise had fond memories of growing up at the shore and loved the beach. She was fun-loving, a devoted mother, enjoyed dancing and watching cooking shows. She will be missed dearly.
Survived by son Brian and daughter Beth Maxwell, mother and stepfather Beatrice and Gerald Amison, siblings Dennis and Sally Hulick, David and Nancy Hulick, and nephews David and Dominic Hulick. Aslo survived by her companion Tim O'Neal and her beloved dog COCO. She was prececeased by her father, Richard Hulick.
Memorial service Wed., Sept. 25 at 6:45pm at United Presbyterian Church, 12 Yardville-Hamilton Square Rd., Yardville, NJ 08620.
"Also survived by her half-brother, Rick. So sorry to hear of Denise's passing. Despite my estrangement from our mother, I'm grateful you brought us together, and I'm grateful to have found the family I had never met thru you. God bless you, Denise! Love, Rick"
"To Denise's family, I was a childhood friend of Denise's from the Hirsch Ave. neighborhood. I remember those days of playing in all the best places around that neighborhood like it was yesterday. Those times included Denise and her smiling face. I wish you peace in your time of sorrow. Denise will be fondly remembered. Sue Carson"
"To Beth An Brian An family I am so sorry to hear about Denise we had a lot of good times together I Will miss her Dearly your mom loved you guys so much Beth u remember you always came to my house after school your mom was always waiting for you she's in my thoughts an prayers May you rest in peace Denise always loved an dearly Missed your friend Pattie"
"I think one of your first words was Grandmom. It meant cookie. To riding bikes and flea markets and sun bathing down the shore. To softball games you finally got to pitch. To Tiny and Mussy, and Trouble, and the countless other puppies. To riding horseback-showed me up and rode off without me! To your babies and your love of family. I love you always. Blessed be."
"Beth & Brian, Mom and I shared thirty three years of friendship, laughter, joy, sorrow, loves gained and lost, dancing the night away, long drives to nowhere, teenage girl's dreams, beautiful children born & raising them together, helping each other in times of need and celebrating times of joy. She will always be my beautiful friend "Dee" and forever in my heart. Love Aunt Bev"
"We never had the pleasure of meeting Denise but we are so very sorry that our good friends and their family are suffering such sorrow. Our prayers and thoughts are with you."
"So many of my favorite childhood memories have Denise in them! We put in MILES on our bikes riding from our houses to her dad's gas station to visit Amigo the "guard dog." We cut our fingers to become blood sisters. We tried bringing Lizzie Borden back from the dead at countless slumber parties; and I remember the day she got her first kiss like it was yesterday. Gone but never forgotten"
"Dave and Dennis
I was saddened to hear of the passing of Denise. I have fond memories of Denise from our days at Reynolds and Steinert. Your good memories will surely keep Denise with you forever."
"Dave, I'm so sorry to hear about Denise. I remember playing with her when I went to your bb game at Hamilton Square Baptist church. Our prayers are with you and your family.
Lori and Andrew"
"Dear Dave and Nancy, I did not know your sister Denise, but I am so very sorry to hear of her passing. I have been thinking of all of you and praying for your family. Denise sure had a beautiful smile! Sincerely, Leigh"
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