Maxine R. Stuller, 86, died March 3, 2018 in Amarillo. Celebration of her Life will be 11:00 a.m. Saturday at the 1st Baptist Church Chapel. Graveside service will precede the service at 10:39 a.m. at Westlawn Memorial Park.
Maxine was born May 18, 1931 in Nowata, OK to Ray Winkler and Alma Johnson Winkler. She was a longtime resident of Borger and a member of the 1st Baptist Church. She was bookkeeper for Foxworth Galbraith Lumber Yard for 30 years. Maxine loved to paint, do crafts and cooking, she was president of the Borger Art Club. She stood by her husband, Herman, as he served in the Masonic Lodge. They donated the building for the Food Bank and was very involved in community affairs for Borger.
She was preceded in death by her parents and her husband Herman.
Maxine is survived by her daughter Tami Cheatwood of League City, TX and her son Mark Stuller of Amarillo, four grandchildren Justin Cheatwood, Cody Cheatwood, Hali Stuller and Erin Stuller and four great grandchildren Logan, Jade, Austin and Legend.
Mark, Tami, and family. I just want you to know that you and your family are in my thoughts and my prayer is that God will wrap you in his arms and give you a peace of knowing that your mother is healed and knowing that your mother is in a better place. Your mother was my friend for a long time and she will be greatly missed.
Linda McGowanBorger, TX
Mark and Tami my prayers are with you guys. Sorry I can't make it but you guys are in my thoughts and prayers. love Tammy
Tammy Stepan Peace,
So sorry to hear of your sweet mother's passing. I recall many fond memories of my visits with her. She always shared such wisdom and knowledge with me that I still carry through life. My prayers and love to you.
Kay Tubbs KlausAmarillo, TX
My deepest condolences goes to the family. Maxine was a wonderful person and now she is in heaven looking over us all.
Ashley RoantesCopperas Cove, TX
Mark Tami and grandchildren’s my sympathy goes out to all of you sure we will miss Maxine but Maxine will be rejoicing with Herman as they have a lots to talk about as I can hear them now. Sorry I’m not going to be able to make it to the service. Love Dan Stepan
Tami & Mark, my deepest sympathy to you both on the loss of your mother. I have many wonderful memories of her and your dad and the good times I spent at the Stuller home. May the Lord comfort you both.
Sandi Williams HardenTyler, TX
Dearest Tami and Mark... I have the warmest memories of my years of painting on Monday nights with Maxine and Herman.
"What we do for ourselves dies after us. What we do for others remains and is immortal" Their kindness in the Borger community will alway be remembered. For me, their memories are a bridge build from my mind to my heart. Prayers are with you as you travel through this difficult time.
Tambre Payton LumpkinMidland, TX