C. Maxine Trosper

28 Condolences

28 Condolences

  1. I was so sorry to hear of Aunt Maxine’s passing. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Aunt Maxine was a fantastic person, and she will be missed.

    Love,
    Robbin

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  2. My deepest condolences for your loss. I know this Christmas was unlike any other. I hope your future Christmases will be happy and full of joy and good memories.
    KO

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  3. i am so sorry for your loss. Aunt Maxine meant so much to me and I’m going to miss her deeply. I will continue to keep you in my prayers. I love you all very much.

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  4. We are deeply saddened to hear of your loss.Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

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  5. It was an honor to call you my grandmother. I will miss you everyday and love you forever. We had a special bond which I will never forget. I can’t believe you are gone, but you are with Papa now. Rest in peace G-ma.

    Love,
    Your Booey

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  6. I will forever cherish the memories I have of her. Her spirit was warm, loving, and kind. From the first time I met her, she made me feel welcomed and she opened her arms to me as part of the family. She knew how to have a good time and share a good laugh. Above all of that, her love for her family was the strongest. In return, Zoey (her great-granddaughter) loved her Grandmamama, and I am grateful Zoey was able to meet her and have a relationship with her. Luckily, I have several keepsakes from her, and I look forward to telling Zoey about each one when she is older. Love you Grandma

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  7. Dear Rene,
    Please know that our heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family at this very sad time. May your fond memories sustain you in the days ahead.
    Our deepest sympathy ~ Steve & Theresa

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  8. A good friend and always with a smile!
    -A friend at First Colonial Inn

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  9. Maxine was a real treasure of mine. I will always be thankful for her friendship.
    -A Friend of First Colonial Inn

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  10. Maxine was exquisite. We hold your family in our thoughts and prayers.
    -A friend at First Colonial Inn

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  11. “Once, twice, three times a Lady…” We have lost an elegant friend. With love, First Colonial Inn staff member and volunteer.

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  12. It was a gift to know Ms. Maxine, your spirit continues to shine bright. You will be greatly missed!! God Bless. -An Associate and friend at First Colonial Inn

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  13. As a caregiver, Maxine was one of the first people I met at FCI. She was such a loving, caring person. She always greeted me with a kiss on the cheek. I will always remember and miss her. -A Friend at First Colonial Inn

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  14. Maxine could always tell us the best places to eat because Renee took her out to eat so often. We’ll be together again. -A Friend at First Colonial Inn

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  15. Dear Maxine:
    Your beautiful, warm smile and cheery “hello” will always bring happy memories of time spent with you. Condolences to your family. -Fondly, Your Friend at First Colonial Inn

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  16. We never met, but the comments I heard from the residents here about you make me believe you were a wonderful woman. -A Friend at First Colonial Inn

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  17. We miss you and your smiling face on the 3rd floor. -A Friend and neighbor at First Colonial Inn

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  18. God bless and see you in heaven. – A Friend at First Colonial Inn

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  19. Maxine was a special friend. She was always kind and thoughtful. She had a great sense of humor. -A Friend at First Colonial Inn

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  20. Love, always. The kindest person I have ever known. I ate with her all the time and enjoyed every minute. I loved her very much and will miss her. -Love, a Friend at First Colonial Inn

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  21. Mrs. Trosper, thank you so much for being a very nice and kind person. May God bless your soul. -A Friend at First Colonial Inn

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  22. My heart hurts from the giant part that is missing. I love and miss you mom.

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  23. Maxine was very warm and loving and could always make you laugh with her great sense of humor. She was generous and giving — always making you feel welcome. We have many great memories of our times together and will definitely miss her

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  24. We are sorry about the loss of Maxine.
    We really thought a lot of her. We will
    miss her.

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  25. Our sincerest sympathy on the passing of your mom. I met her when my mom became her neighbor at First Colonial Inn and Maxine immediately became her best friend and helped her with the transition to assisted living. When my mom started her memory decline, Maxine stepped up to take extra care of her and always made sure she was all right. She was an angel placed in my mom’s life by God and I will be forever grateful that she blessed our lives. I wish that God’s grace will give you strength and peace during these days of loss and that you continue to find ways to celebrate your mom’s life.

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  26. Mom, words cannot describe the impact you had on so many lives. You were our rock. My heart aches so bad. You will be missed by so many, but you will live on in each of us. I love and miss you so much.

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  27. I wish we could have been there for all of you the way you were there for me when my Daddy (J.P. Trosper, 12-08-1998) died. Love does not die. We love Uncle Don and Aunt Maxine and all of you.

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  28. You were an inspiration to everyone around you. I will always remember your wisdom and warm-heartedness. You inspired integrity and encouraged others to be the best they could be. All I am or ever hope to be, I owe to you. When you left for heaven, it was the first sorrow wept without you. I can only pray that I can have as strong of a finish to my life as you did. I love you to heaven and back and miss you so, momma.

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