Maxine Sharples

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Maxine Sharples (nee Ashbaugh)

 

With broken hearts and profound grief we announce the peaceful passing of Maxine Sharples on September 18, 2022 with family by her side.  Maxine’s legacy of love leaves behind her husband; George, daughter; Carrie-Ann (Scott Baird), son; Robin Machauer (Vicki), and her cherished grandchildren; Hayden (Amanda), Logan (Alexandra), Noah (Kailey), Mikayla (Stacey), Wyatt and great grandson; Leo and forthcoming 2nd great grandchild.  She will be dearly missed by her mother; Helen Salmond and brother; David Ashbaugh (Diane).


There was never a moment Maxine wasn’t putting others before herself.  She was a devoted Nana, who loved being with her grandkids.  Her favorite time of year was the time she spent at the cottage with her family. She looked forward to family dinners, and loved to antique shop. She will be fondly remembered by her family, friends, and co workers  for her great sense of humor, kind heart, loyalty and her impeccable work ethic.  A special thank you to Dr. Juergens and her team for their genuine care and kindness and to Bronco for the daily messages that always brightened our moms day.


A private family gathering will take place.  In lieu of flowers, donations to the following charities that Maxine supported would be meaningful; Canadian Cancer Society, Heart & Stroke Foundation, Crohns & Colitis Canada, or Jumpstart Charity.


Notes of sympathy and condolences may be made at Hyde & Mott Chapel of R.H.B. Anderson Funeral Homes www.rhbandersonfuneralhomes.com.
 

You will be missed immensely MOM

We were blessed with the best NANA

You are forever in our hearts.

Condolences

Posted by Brian & Kelly Visser on
Our thoughts are with all of you during this incredibly difficult time. Thinking of you and we are here for you whenever you need us, however you need us.
Posted by Carol Downey on
Deepest condolences to the whole family . So many great memories of Max, from the cabinet shop to working at Grand Erie. You will be missed dearly my friend. I miss our chat sessions with Bronco. Going out for lunch was such a treat. Hugs to the family.
Posted by Sharon and Bob Marshall on
Sorry for your loss George and family . Sympathy from Bob and Sharon Marshall
Posted by Hardie Family on
We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Our hearts are broken for you George and your family. Our deepest condolences.
Posted by Susan and Carlos daCosta on
It is with deepest sorrow that we are having to say goodbye to our cousin Maxine. Heartfelt condolences to all of the family. We pray that the love and memories of Maxine soften your pain and give you strength during your time of loss. She will remain always in our thoughts and hearts. Know that we will be with you in spirit as you say farewell to her.
Posted by Hedy and Simon on
sharing your loss -remembering the happy times with Maxine

our heartfelt sympathy

Hedy and Simon
Posted by Mark on
When I was in high school and university, she was like a mom to me as well.
My condolences to all family members, and especially to my good friend Mosh. I have great memories being at your house in Cayuga. Max was gold.
RIP Maxine.
Mark Rigby
Posted by Ron Watt on
I’m forever grateful for having Max as a guiding influence in my, and David’s, teenage rebel years.
I was so grateful to reconnect on Facebook, and so sorry it came too late to see Max again.
My heartfelt condolences to George, and all the family.

“Sometimes the saddest moment is when the person who gave you the best memories, becomes a memory.
Share, Cherish, and Rejoice in these memories, they are yours forever.”
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