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OBITUARY

Maxine H. Vanderhoff

August 8, 1935March 27, 2021

Maxine H. (Hyman) (Berde) Vanderhoff

Maxine was preceded in death by her parents, Max Hyman and Dorathy (Isaac) Starkand; sister, Rivel Dresher.

Maxine will be deeply missed by her husband, Bill; children, Marni, Sherry (Charlie), Carol (Janae), Margie, Patty, Bill, Dan (Patrice); seven grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.

Private memorial service will take place at 2pm on Friday, April 9, 2021 at Wulff Funeral Home, 1485 White Bear Ave., St. Paul. The service may be viewed on Wulff Funeral Home Facebook Page. Social distancing guidelines must be practiced at all times and all guests in attendance at the funeral are required to wear a mask.

The family wishes to extend a special thank you to the staff of Abbeycare Inc. and Our Lady of Peace Hospice.

Memorials may be made in Maxine’s name to Shriners Hospitals for Children or Our Lady of Peace Hospice.

Services

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    Friday, April 9, 2021

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LINDA VANDERHOFF

April 9, 2021

I remember visiting Bill and Maxine when they were camping on the Crow Wing River. I know they loved that place. I will be thinking of Bill during this difficult time. Maxine has many family members on the other side that are happy to have her.

Jean Olson

April 9, 2021

Every time you would see here she would have this huge smile on her face. I dont recall ever seeing her without that smile. She always was a very giving person. will miss her dearly.

Margie Vanderhoff

April 2, 2021

Every time we would meet, you received a big hug and kiss from Aunt Maxine and you would get the same as you were leaving. And I’d swear that even over the phone with her you could feel that hug and kiss. I’m going to miss her hugs very much. She had a big heart and always had a kind word.

Stephen A Robinson

April 1, 2021

Maxine H. Vanderhoff
Someone whom will surely be missed. She had a large joyous spirit that could fill a room as well as your heart. Marni, Sherri, Carol & extended family we hope you can find peace and joy, from your memories, during this time of Great Sorrow and Loss.
Dear Maxine Rest In Peace, your spirit will for ever be rejoiced.
Stephen A Robinson
Don J Kiser

Marlie Averitte

March 31, 2021

My dearest Auntie 💔. I loved spending summers with you and my cousins. You bought me my first electric razor when I cut the crap out of myself shaving my legs. You lovingly applied calamine lotion to my sister’s million mosquito bites. Not many can say they had an amazing aunt that was like a second mom. I’ll miss you and love you forever ❤️

Britnie Sanchez

March 28, 2021

One of my favorite memories is seeing Aunt Max and Uncle Bill every year for the catfish tournaments. It was always so fun hearing stories and sharing in conversations!

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY