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Obituary: James A. Maxwell

James A. Maxwell

James A. Maxwell
December 9, 1940 – May 2, 2022

James A. Maxwell, age 81, of San Marcos, passed away early morning Monday, May 2, 2022 in Mathis, TX near Corpus Christi. He was born on December 9, 1940.

James was a devoted father, grandfather and great-grandfather. He was a longtime resident of La Vista Retirement Community apartments in San Marcos. He went to deaf school in New York City. James was a long time member of TADSC.

This was posted on the James Maxwell Facebook page by daughter-in-law, Laura Mejia Maxwell.

My Maxwell family and I, would like to thank everyone for the phone calls, visits, text and hugs on the loss of our dear Pop Pop, James Maxwell. It was a short but long road during his declining health. We have so many people whom I would like to say thank you to who made his days a little easier and always brought him smiles. My husband Dominick was a true and loving son till the very end, his daughter Robyn despite her living in Pennsylvania fought for his right to be heard and taken care of till the end, she loved her dad so much. All the doctors and nurses at the many hospitals and nursing homes, a BIG thank you to all the CNA’s who always watched out for him when we couldn’t, Ana, Anita and Gracie from the Mathis Nursing home. You made him feel welcome and it felt like “home” from the first day of his arrival. To William (Bill) Kendall at La Vista, his best friend, thank you from the bottom of our heart. To Steven Roberson, thank you for your kindness. And to everyone else I might have left out, that we love you and thank you.

Compiled and edited by Mary Lacy, Newsletter Editor

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