Condolence & Memory Journal

We have just learned of Maxine's death. We are so stunned and sorry and send our concern to Arny and their family.

Posted by Nick & Bobbie Chase - Worcester, MA - Friend   November 18, 2018

Arnie and Family I worked with Maxine at Gates School for many years. My little 1st Graders loved
going to the library and hearing Maxine read to them. She had a great sense of humor and they
just loved hearing her read. I enjoyed working with her.
She was a great lady . Jean McGrath Grade One Gates School (many years ago)

Posted by Jean McGrath - Summerhill Glen Maynard, MA - Coworker   October 22, 2018

Heartfelt condolences on the loss of Maxine! I saw her quite a few times in the 90's when I worked at Emerson Hospital. As I read her obituary, memories of my childhood on Nob Hill Drive in Framingham lingered in my mind! You are all in our thoughts and prayers!
Andrea (Gilbey) Hellner & Family

Posted by Andrea Gilbey Hellner - Clearwater, FL   October 21, 2018

We're so sorry to hear about Maxine. She was certainly a dog lover and always greeted Snickers with a smile. Even when her health was failing and she still lived at home, we would walk down the driveway for Maxine to give Snickers a pet and a scratch behind the ear. Our condolences go to Arnie and all of Maxine's family. Thinking of you all during this difficult time.

Posted by Chris and Laura Spear - Stow, MA - Neighbor   October 20, 2018

To the Buckman family,
Please accept my condolences on your loss. Maxine was a good neighbor. She would stop on her walks with Shilo, to share stories of Stow and of our neighborhood, She knew all the dogs on the street, who loved her as well (since she always had biscuits in her pocket for them!!)
Patricia N.

Posted by Patricia Noone - stow, MA - Neighbor   October 20, 2018

My sympathies to the Buckman family, especially Arny who absolutely adored his wife.

Posted by Amy McIntyre - Millbury, MA   October 19, 2018