Let the memory of Maxine be with us forever
  • 86 years old
  • Born on December 13, 1923 .
  • Passed away on August 1, 2010 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Maxine Newton 86 years old, born on December 13, 1923 and passed away on August 1, 2010. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Linda Hamel on 1st August 2011
Tom Janice and family A generation after Newton's Ice Cream, Maxine worked at West Linn Thriftway. My son Nick (Bobby Kramer's grandson)entered the grocery store and made straight for "Maxine's office." Her attraction was ageless. Fondly, Linda
Posted by Katie Becker on 31st July 2011
Nana Newt - I can't believe it's been a whole year since we lost you, it seems like it was only yesterday. I miss you dearly, but I know you are looking down on us thinking what a great family legacy you have left. We love you and miss you Maxine.
Posted by Tom Newton on 31st July 2011
It's been a year now and I recall the Native American tradition of celebrating all the people who helped you through the grieving process for the year following a death. And so I celebrate all of you who have taken the time to pay your respects to Maxine. Our deepest gratitude
Posted by Doreen Easley on 31st July 2011
Wishing you love and peace. So glad you were in my life.
Posted by Reese Matye on 31st July 2011
Since I was never priviliged to have met the late Ms. Newman, my current and lasting impressions are of a fine son Tom and grandson Kyle that were the direct result of this remarkable womens graciousness and kindness.
Posted by Katie Becker on 8th August 2010
Nana - I will forever be greatful for having you as my Nana, you taught me so much in life, I strive to be like you every day, a strong, independent, vibrant woman I will miss you with all my heart.
Posted by Lisa Kramer on 8th August 2010
Thank you Mrs. Newton (and Newt) for your friendship, delicious ice cream, warm smile, my first job, and incredible memories. My thoughts are with you Janice and Tom.
Posted by JANICE BECKER on 4th August 2010
A life well-lived is a precious gift of hope and strength and grace from someone who has made our world a brighter, better place..
Posted by Melinda Wittman on 2nd August 2010
I was always so jealous that my cousin Pam Smith was working at Newton's. Think about all that ice cream! Thoughts are with you all.
Posted by Bob Baker on 2nd August 2010
Tom and Family, Sorry to hear about the passing of your mother. She is now resting in peace
Posted by Karen Henck on 2nd August 2010
I loved going to Newtons with my Auntie Ann!

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