Maxine Meyers

Maxine Meyers

Maxine MeyersMaxine Harriet Johnson Meyers, age 92 of Redwood Falls, passed away Thursday, January 19, 2017 at Wood Dale Nursing Home.  Private graveside services will be held Thursday, May 25 at Lebanon Cemetery in New London.  Online condolences may be sent at  Stephens Funeral Service – Redwood Valley Funeral Home in Redwood Falls is assisting the family with arrangements.

Maxine Harriet Johnson was born December 15, 1924 in New London, Minnesota to Peter and Anna (Ziehl) Johnson.  She was baptized February 7, 1925 in Atwater.  Maxine attended grade school and high school in New London and graduated in 1942.  She furthered her education in bookkeeping in Willmar.  On March 11, 1944 she married Morris E. Meyers in Washington state where he was stationed while in the service.  Maxine worked in Willmar before relocating to Redwood Falls where she worked at Redwood Motor Supply and Farm Wholesale for many years.  After retiring, Maxine divided her time between Redwood Falls and Mesa, Arizona, before returning to Minnesota where she lived at Lakeside Manor, Johnson Park Place, and Wood Dale Home.

Maxine is survived by her daughters Linda (Denis) Zeug of Redwood Falls and Mary A. (Steven) Schneck of Oracle, AZ; daughter-in-law Delight Meyers of Oakdale; grandchildren Zachary (Emmy) Zeug, Andrea (Adam) Stout, Stephanie Schneck, and Andrew Schneck; greatgrandchildren Ty and Lily Zeug, Claire, William, and Juliet Stout.  She is preceded in death by her husband Morris Meyers, son Lee Meyers, and three sisters: Lucille Seasteadt, Margaret Lundquist, and Dolores Martin, and great grandson Grady James Zeug.


3 thoughts on “Maxine Meyers”

  1. LeAnn & Lowell Peterson

    So sorry to hear this. I have wonderful memories of our folks getting together for so many years! Deepest sympathy on the loss of your mom.

  2. Terry & Merrrilee Bartelts says: So sorry!! I remember my Dad & Mom Always enjoyed the times they spent with your folks. Our sympathies on the loss of your Mom!

  3. Linda, Mary, Delight and the rest of Maxine’s family,

    We are sorry to hear about your mother’s passing last Thursday. We trust fully that she is resting peaceful with Jesus your dad, brother Lee, and the rest of the saints of who have gone before her. We continue to hold you and your family in prayer in the days and weeks ahead.

    If we can help in any way during this time please let us know.

    God’s peace to you all,
    Pastor Shannon Wachter- Gloria Dei Lutheran Church

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