Maxine Jacqueline Craven
92, of Albany, died May 17, 2011. Maxine was born in Wichita, Kan. on April 10, 1919, to Earl and
Fonnie Lillian Osborne Hopkins. The family moved to Anaheim, Calif., in 1921. Earl was a barber
there for the rest of his life.
Maxine married Roderick W. Craven, May 7, 1939, in Anaheim and moved to Big Bear Lake, Calif.,
in 1945, where they owned and operated Cravens' Cabinet Shop and Building Materials until 1966.
After retirement, as self-supporting missionaries, they built A-frame churches in the Philippines for
three years through Oriental Missionary Crusade.
Maxine is survived by her sister, Dixylee D. Horner; three daughters, Sharron D. Craven-Bell, Karron
E. Harries and Jill J. Henricks and husband Lynn E. Henricks; four granddaughters, Holly G. Harries,
Denise R. Gardner, JoDee A. Forrest-Divelbess and Amy S. Welling plus their husbands and 12 great-grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Foreign Missions in care of First Assembly of God,
Albany, or Cystic Fibrosis Research in care of Doernbecher Childrens Hospital, Portland.
Maxine's ashes will be buried alongside her sweetheart and beloved husband at Powell Cemetery
in a private celebration of her long life. She didn't know when she would go to heaven, but did her
best to follow Godís lead. "To God be the Glory."