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Velma Maxine Wright September 4, 1925 - February 12, 2021

Maxine Wright, 95, of Boise, Idaho, passed away on February 12, 2021 after a brief battle with diverticulitis.
Maxine was born on September 4, 1925 to Wallace and Dorothy Bostwick in Plummer, Idaho. She was the third
in a family with 3 brothers and 2 sisters. After graduating from Hagerman High School, she worked for the Internal
Revenue and the Bureau of Reclamation from which she retired.
Maxine married Gene Wright and had three children, Larry Wright, Suzanne (Bruce) Sherlock, and Deborah (Jim) Toy. Maxine’s husband, Gene was killed
during the Korean War. She went on to raise their three children by herself. Maxine had a very positive outlook on life, which guided her through those many
years of child rearing. Her great spirit and presence caused those around her to care greatly for her. Her love of family was always evident as she relished the
opportunity to get together whenever possible.
In addition to her three children she is survived by several grandchildren, great grandchildren, a great great grandchild and nieces and nephews.
She will be deeply missed by all of her family and friends.
Due to Covid restrictions graveside services will include family only.

A private graveside inurnment will be held February 26, 2021 at Morris Hill Cemetery, Boise.

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    Nena Jameson says

    I loved Maxine! We bowled on the Cartoonists league together for at least 20 years, and even after her team “retired”, a group of us would get together for lunch once a month at the Stagecoach Inn. She was always so happy, and such a giving person. I have a clear picture in my head of her at our last luncheon. I will treasure it. she will be missed!

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    Kathy Marshall says

    I was just out of high school when I started working at Reclamation in 1973. I so enjoyed Maxine. Down to earth, fun loving, and an encourager. I enjoyed visiting with her again at the Reclamation retiree luncheons. She was such a vital person who kept on going. God bless you, her family, and give you comfort.

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