Judith M. "Judy"
Maxwell of Parma, died Saturday, July 8, 1995, at St. Luke's Regional Medical
Center in Boise after a seven-year battle with cancer.
The Vigil Service will be held at 7 p.m. Wednesday at
Dakan Funeral Chapel in
The Funeral Mass
will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, July 13, 1995, at St Mary's
Catholic Church, Caldwell. Burial
will follow at the Parma Cemetery.
Judy was born
September 24, 1947, in Caldwell to Steve and Evelyn Paul of Parma. She
attended school in Parma where she graduated in 1965.
She later became
employed at True Beauty in Caldwell where she worked
for many years.
Judy married Artemio Art Solis August 19, 1967, and
they had three children. She
became a loving housewife and mother.
She began working
for West One Bank in
in 1988 and continued to work there until the time of her
married Sidney Maxwell October 2, 1993 and she became the
stepmother of two more children.
Judy had many
working in her yard, she also enjoyed doing stitchery, arts
and crafts, shopping and being active in her children's
will be remembered for the love and support she gave to all
her family and friends.
She is survived by her husband, Sidney Maxwell; a
daughter, Julie M. Solis Schelhorn and her husband Tim of
Nampa, Idaho; two sons, Brent S. Solis of Caldwell and
Jeffrey B. Solis of Parma; two grandsons, Skylar D. Ford
Schelhorn and Hayden J. Schelhorn, both of Nampa; her
parents, Steve and Evelyn Paul of Parma; a sister, Anna
Lopez and her husband, Raul of Parma; a sister, Connie
Johnson of Nampa; a step-daughter, Andrea D. Turner and her
husband Michael of Portland, Oregon; a stepson, Jeffrey W.
Maxwell of Caldwell; and several aunts, uncles, nieces,
nephews and cousins.
Judy was preceded in death by her grandparents,
Menhart and Anna Paul and Archie and Hazel Wolgamott, and
Her family would like to express their appreciation to Dr.
Norman Zuckerman, the staff of Mountain States Tumor
Institute, and the staff of 4 South at St. Luke's Regional Medical
Center for their support
and loving care.
Her family suggests that memorials be made to
Mountain States Tumor Institute or to a favorite charity.
call at Dakan Funeral Chapel in
from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday.