Maxine Parrish Obituary, Maxine Parrish has died

Maxine Parrish Obituary, Death – Maxine Parrish has sadly died unexpectedly, leaving loved ones and family and entire community in grief and agony according to an online share. “She was the daughter of Jack and Dolly Haxton Jones, and she was born on February 20th, 1952 in Olean, New York. Her birthday was the 20th of February in that year. She was married to David E. Parrish, who passed away on December 31, 2003. The couple had been together for a long time.

The length of time that the couple had spent together was considerable. Maxine attended Coudersport High School and graduated with her high school diploma there. During the time that she was employed by Potter County ATA as a bus driver, she was also given the opportunity to work at Cole Manor in Coudersport. In addition to that, she assisted her family at the produce stand that they had in Coudersport.

The stand was known as Jones’ Produce, and it was located in the city. Maxine was quite involved in the Gospel Tabernacle Church, which she went to on a consistent basis while living in Coudersport. She was a very involved member of the Ladies Auxiliary of Potter Post 192 in Coudersport, and she participated in many of their events. Maxine and her son Shawn both volunteered their time at the Charles Cole Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, which was an organization in which they were both extremely interested.

Maxine was a member of the Auxiliary, and Shawn was a member of the Auxiliary. She was particularly talented when it came to crocheting. Her love for her family came before all other things in her life. Surviving family members include a sister named Marcia (Joseph) Lagrua of Coudersport; two sons named William J. (Victoria Gustafson) Parrish of Port Allegany and Shawn D. Parrish of Coudersport; three grandchildren named Haley M. Parrish, Morgan E. Parrish, and Brie L. Gustafson; and a number of nieces, nephews, grandnieces, and grand.

In addition to her parents and husband, Maxine was predeceased by a brother named James A. Jones, who passed away on November 22, 2021. James A. Jones was one of her earliest surviving relatives. The only member of Maxine’s family to still be alive was James A. Jones. Maxine had requested that there be no public visitation, and this would be honored because she did not want there to be any.

A private memorial service honoring their deceased family member will be held by the family. The burial will take place in the family cemetery in Coudersport, which is the location of the town where it will take place.