Celebration Of Life:

9/26/2015 Please join us as we celebrate the lives of both Maxine and her son Barry on September 26, 2015. The memorial will be held at 1398 W. Caley Avenue, Littleton CO 80120 at 1:00pm.

Maxine Margaret DiDonato

Born:
April 30, 1927
Passed Away:
August 7, 2015

Maxine Margaret DiDonato was born on April 30, 1927 to her parents, Louis & Arabine Schumacher. Maxine married Frank DiDonato on June 30, 1946. They had two children, Barry and Deborah . Maxine worked with the administration department of FEMA for over 30 years. She was very active in her sorority, book clubs, golf and exercise classes. She was a world traveler, loved attending musicals and plays, adored spending time with friends and family and was always a very proud and loving grandmother to her five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

As most know, life was difficult at times for Maxine especially the last few years. Her daughter Deborah, passed in March of 2004. She then broke her hip 2 years ago, lost her husband in March of 2014 and preceding in her death, her son Barry passed recently on 9/2/2015.

 

4 Responses to Maxine Margaret DiDonato

  1. Virginia Motoyama says:

    It is with mch sadness that I read of Maxine’s passing as well as those of her beloved husband and children. I will always remember Maxine for her quiet yet engaging personality and her smile that always greeted everyone. As former co-workers at FEMA, the work culture was challenging, and Maxine’s dedication to her job made delivering disaster assistance tolerable. She will be missed.

  2. George Hanke says:

    You will be sadly missed. Your Brother-in-law. George

  3. Regina Audino says:

    It was a great please knowing you . God Bless. Gina Audino

  4. Evelyn Vendegna Kramer says:

    Fond Memories of the OLD NEIGHBORHOOD………Frank and Maxine were welcomed to the neighborhood in the early 1950’s. Ed and Gerrie Lyons were their backyd. neighbor..and we lived DOWN the street from them on Garland……..Gerrie and I were “BEST” friends from 1st. grade at ARVADA GRADE SCHOOL……LOTS of fond memories of Better Days in the OLD NEIGHBORHOOD……………….MAY SHE REST IN PEACE………………………….

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