Maxwell, Guiles E., Jr. (Guy)

Published 6:52pm Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Maxwell, Guiles E., Jr. (Guy) age 82, was a longtime resident of The StillWaters Community, near Dadeville, Alabama. Born April 11, 1931 in Birmingham, Alabama and passed away November 8, 2013.

Guy was a graduate of Shades Cahaba High and Auburn University (API, Class of ’56). Veteran of the Korean War, serving in both USNR & USAF.

Maxwell
Maxwell

Mr. Maxwell is survived by his niece Dana deGraffenried Taylor and husband Robert (Bob) Northport, Al.; one great-nephew William Ryan deGraffenried, III and his wife Jennifer, Tuscaloosa, Al.; 4 great-nieces, Margaret Johnson Cornwell and her husband Joey of Boones Mill, Va., Frances Margaret deGraffenried, Tuscaloosa, Al. Tracy Taylor Elliott and husband Jay, Helena, Al., Julie Taylor Goodwin and husband Jeff, Tuscaloosa, Al. 6 great-great nieces, Stella Grace deGraffenried, Caroline Sanders deGraffenried, Emma deGraffenried Poe (Emma Ried), Tuscaloosa, Al.; Elizabeth Grace Cornwell, Boones Mill, Va.; Anna Taylor Elliott, Helena, Al.; Lucy Ellis Goodwin, Tuscaloosa, Al. Two great-great nephews, William Ashe Elliott, Helena, Al.; Benjamin Long Goodwin, Tuscaloosa, Al.; two god sons, George R. Jackins, Birmingham, Al. And Dean Jackins, Charoltte, NC.

He is preceded in death by his parents Guiles E. And Nell Malone Maxwell, sister Margaret Nell deGraffenried and his wife of 48 years Jean Fields Maxwell.

A memorial service will be held at Red Ridge United Methodist Church in Dadeville on Saturday, November 23, at 11:30 AM with Rev. Paul Messer and Rev. John Mann officiating. In lieu of flowers please make donations to Red Ridge Methodist Church or The StillWaters Volunteer Fire Department.

Alabama Funeral Homes and Cremation Centers of Dadeville is in charge of arrangements.

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