Celebrating the life of David Wayne Maxwell
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Then Jonathan said to David, “Tomorrow is the new moon and thou shalt be missed because thy seat shall be empty.”
1 Samuel 20:18
Deacon David Wayne Maxwell was born to the late Gurley “Butch” Maxwell and Elizabeth Maxwell on April 9, 1694 in Cairo GA.
He attended Grady County Public School System.
At an early age he joined Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church. He later joined Greater St. Mark M. B. Church where he served as Deacon for a season. Most recently he joined Greater Commission Christian Church (TGC3), where he served as Deacon.
In 1994 he was joined in holy matrimony to Louvenia Hammonds. They remained inseparable until he made his transition to heaven.
In addition to his father he was proceeded in death by his sister: Margaret Green; his brother: Thomas Hines; grandson: Rashad Johnson.
He leaves to honor and cherish his memories a loving and devoted wife of 23 years: Louvenia H. Maxwell; five daughters: Tyraunta L. Hammonds, Renata (Ryan) Johnson, Lashaun E. Vall, Saundra (Datonis) Hammonds, and Keri (Fred) Bradshaw; three honorary daughters: Sonia Meneses, Tyronda (Keptrick) Ruffin and Brittany Cone; Seven grandchildren: Antonio Vall Jr., Ryajiah Johnson, Quadasha Vall, Nyesha Maxwell, Jayden Gil, Zariah Jackson and Rhoi Johnson; brothers: Kenneth Maxwell and John Maxwell; two sisters: Clarice Gruley and Rhonda (Mike) Mckinnie; four special friends: Charles Hammonds, Raymond Hammonds, Mike Mckinnie and Ernest (Naomi) Evans and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other family and friends
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635 Bruton Street
Bainbridge, GA 39819
412 2nd Street SW
Cairo, GA 39828
Dr. Debra Knight, Pastor Rev. Kenny Kendrick, Officiatting
Cairo, GA 39838