Beaverton Historical Society
Gladwin County Obituary/Death Notice
Jessie Maxwell

   Jessie A. Maxwell, 19, of Beaverton died suddenly on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2006. He was born Aug. 31, 1987 to Dennis Maxwell and Lisa (Mathews) Hartley in Midland.

   He was an electrician at Valley Electric in Midland and had lived in Gladwin County his whole life.

   Jessie was active in Gladwin 4-H, National Honor Society and National Technical Honors Society. He loved all sports, he played hockey for five years, high school football and basketball for four years, and baseball for three years.

   He is survived by his mother and stepfather, Lisa and Randy Hartley; his father and stepmother, Dennis and Gwen Maxwell, all of Beaverton; five brothers, Derek, Ethan and Bryer Maxwell, all of Beaverton, Jerome (Shelly) Hartley of Grass Lake, and Craig Hartley of Beaverton; a sister, Nicole (Brent) Mishler of Beaverton; a nephew, Cameron Mishler of Beaverton; grandparents, Jim and Norma Maxwell, and B.G. and Joyce Mathews, all of Beaverton; his girlfriend, Chrisi Berthiaume of Gladwin; and several aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.

   Funeral services were Saturday, Sept. 16 at Hall Funeral Home in Gladwin, with Pastor Steve Shangraw officiating. Burial was at Billings Township Cemetery in Beaverton.

   Memorial contributions may be made according to the wishes of the family for plans of a future scholarship.

{Note: Actual Recorded Date of Death is: 07/21/1920. Name: Henry Clay Arnce}
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Billings Twp. Cemetery, Beaverton, MI
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Gladwin County Record, Gladwin, MI
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September 2009
Bob Frei
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