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Maxine King

Born: Sat., Jul. 21, 1917
Died: Thu., May 10, 2012

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Maxine King, 94, of Wexford, PA, passed away at 7:16 PM, Thursday, May 10th, while in the company of family members. Mrs. King is formerly of Freeport.

Maxine was born in Freeport on July 21, 1917. She was the daughter of the late Millicent (McQuillan) and Charles A. Ruppersberger. She was the widow of James W. King, who passed in 1978. Maxine had been a lifetime member of old Trinity Episcopal Church in Freeport.

Maxine was a wonderful homemaker and enjoyed doing puzzles, watching sports and spending time with friends and family.

She is survived by and 3 children: Charles W. "Bill" (Terri) King, of Butler; Karen M. Mallionee, of Buffalo Twp., Kathy K. (Jack) Downey, of Wexford. 8 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren and 1 great great-grandchild. She is preceded in death by her brother, Charles A. Ruppersberger, 2 sisters, Gladys Brunt and Zelma Flemm.

Family and friends will be received on Sunday May 13th from 12-5 p.m.. in the Redmond Funeral Home Inc. 524 High St. in Freeport

Funeral Services will be held at the funeral home at 11:00 am on Monday, May 14th, with Cannon James Shoucar of Christ Episcopal Church in North Hills. officiating.

Burial will be held in the Freeport Cemetery Freeport, PA.


In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to; Freeport Historical Society 6th St. Freeport, PA 16229

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Jim and Pattie Ostrosky Michael and Shawn Yeager

Dear Karen and family

We are so sorry to see that your Mom passed away. You all will be in our prayers. I will always remember your Mom fondly. Miss you.

Love you. Jim and Pattie


Joyce and Pat Ralston

Karen, Kathy, Bill and families,

It was with much sadness that Pat and I noted the passing of Maxine. She was a long time friend of my Mother, Marge White. Max and Mom were stalwarts of Trinity Episcopal Church in Freeport, and attended services there as long as their health allowed. It was always nice to see Maxine coming into the church on Sunday mornings. She greeted everyone with a smile and a warm "hello".

She and my mother spent many an hour "just talking" on the phone together.

May she be at peace in our Lord's Heavenly kingdom. God bless you all.

Joyce and Pat


Paul and Cyndee O'Malley White

Dear Karen, Kathy and Bill, So sorry to read of Maxine's passing. I was just thinking of her a couple of weeks ago. She and Mom were such good friends for their entire lives. They spent many good times talking and laughing together. There was always great laughter when their "group" got together. Max, Mom, Alberta, Betty, Dolores, Bina and others are all welcoming your Mother into Heaven and are probably kidding her about being late. I have such fond memories of her from my childhood and playing at your house. I always thought you had such a wonderful, kind mother. Take comfort of your fond memories together. May Maxine rest in His eternal Kingdom and may light perpetual shine upon her. May God bless and keep you. Sincerely, Paul and Cyndee O'Malley White Sarasota, Fl

Becky Greiner

It's sad to realize that your Mom and Grandma is gone, but hope you all have happy memories of her.

The Daniel O'Donnell Family

Our love and prayers to the family of Maxine King - a beautiful, kind, warm woman who touched our family with her presence.

Jack and Bonnie Hotkowski

Sorry to hear about your Mother's loss. She was a special person who raised a special family.

Our condolences.

Jack and Bonnie Hotkowski


Barbara Reeser-Smiesko

Kathy and the entire King family

I am so sorry for the loss of your Mother. I looked at her picture and all these memories came rushing back - I felt like I was in elementary school again. I really liked your Mom. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you. Barb.


Karen (Hill) Crawford

Please accept our sincere sympathy.



Karen and Bill Crawford


Paula Belles

What a wonderful Lady. Maxine and Charles were the first people I met when moving to Freeport . Both were always so kind and plesant. Think of them often So sorry for your loss.... Paula Belles



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