OBITUARY

Helen Marie Maxey

December 23, 1926May 11, 2018
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Helen Marie Maxey, age 91, died peacefully at home in Dallas, TX on Friday, May 11, 2018.

Born 12/23/1926 in Dallas, TX, she lived in Dallas and worked as a homemaker, Executive Assistant at Dresser Industries and Liberty Mutual. Helen was a member of St. Rita Catholic Community.

Survivors include Sons: Dr. John Maxey and wife, Cindy, Coppell, TX; Bruce Maxey III and wife, Karen, Phoenix, AZ; Joe Maxey and wife, Suzanne, Carrollton, TX; Michael Maxey and wife, Deborah, Dallas, TX; Grandchildren: Keith Maxey and wife, Roxanne, Grapevine TX; Kyndall Maxey, Coppell, TX; Bruce Maxey IV, Gilbert, AZ; David Maxey and wife, Lindsay, Phoenix, AZ; Joseph Maxey and Jillian Jacobs, Austin, TX; Meredith Maxey, Dallas, TX; Great Grandchildren: Jordan Maxey, Gilbert, AZ; Blake Maxey and Jackson Maxey, Phoenix, AZ. Helen was preceded in death by her Father, John Digiacinto, Mother, Lucy Digiacinto; Brothers, Joe Digiacinto, Mike Digiacinto; Husband, Bruce Maxey Jr.; Son, Paul Maxey.

Rosary will be held at 7:00pm, Wednesday, May 16 at Calvary Hill 3235 Lombardy Ln. Dallas, TX 75220. Funeral Mass will be 10:00am, Thursday, May 17 at Calvary Hill Chapel. Burial services will follow at Calvary Hill Cemetery. Relatives and friends are welcome to attend a reception following the services at Calvary Hill.

Services

  • Rosary Service Wednesday, May 16, 2018
  • Mass Thursday, May 17, 2018
  • Committal Service Thursday, May 17, 2018
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Helen Marie Maxey

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Judy and Steve Zybura

May 14, 2018

We're thinking about Helen and how her cheerful outlook and her bright smile never changed as the years went ​by​. We have many happy memories of the days when we first knew her: the long ago times of work at Liberty Mutual where she "adopted" us. New to Texas, without any family or friends​ in the area​, we were grateful to be taken under her wing and to spend time with her and Bruce and family. Though we were only here for two years before being transferred back to Boston, we always believed we would come back. It took a long time, but we're home at last and were so blessed to ​have found​ Helen again and relive memories and share stories with her. It was as if nothing had changed and time had not passed, we were right back where we were 30 years ago. It felt that natural and right. So this is how we will remember Helen, always the same, always with the happy smiling face and kind eyes and caring words. Helen, we love you and we will miss you.
Judy and Steve Zybura

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