FLEMING – (Coward) Maxine Joy (née Johnston)

Born on November 28, 1958. Passed away February 6, 2020.

Passed away suddenly on 6th February 2020 at Morwell
Aged 61 years
Dearly loved mother to Joline, Peter, Bradley, Alan, Rodney, Amelia (Dec), David, Dylan, Eliza and their partners.
Adored Grand and great grandma to their families

If there ever comes a day when we can’t be together
Keep me in your hearts and i”ll stay there forever.
Love Maxine xx

Funeral Notice
Reality Christian Fellowship 35 Larnach Road , TraralgonView Map
The funeral service for Mrs Maxine Joy Fleming will be held at Reality Christian Fellowship 35 Larnach Road Traralgon on Friday February 21 st 2020 at 11.am This will be followed by a Private family cremation.
Tributes
  1. Thoughts and prayers go out to Maxine family RIP Rita Ashworth Qld

    Rita Ashworth February 11, 2020
  2. May you dance in the sky with the love of your life while watching over those children and grandchildren as they make you botg proud.

    Bonnie Mumford February 16, 2020
  3. May you rest peacefully Maxine forever in the hearts of those you love xoxox

    Kate coster February 16, 2020
  4. You gorgeous lady are gonna be forever in my heart I miss you so much fly high lady and watch over our angels ^|^ Miss ya Max <3 <3 Dors xx

    Doreen February 16, 2020
  5. Forever will I love you Never will I forget you I will always cherish all the memories that we have grandma xoxoxo ♥️

    It may kill me everyday not having you here but at least we know your not suffering in pain anymore my Beautiful Grandma

    May you Fly High In Paradise With Grandad And Aunty Amy xoxoxo ♥️

    I Will Forever Love You And I Will Always Miss You Grandma xoxox 😭💔♥️

    Fly High In Paradise My Beautiful Souled Grandma xoxox 😭💔♥️

    Jacodi Blair February 16, 2020
  6. We Love You Grandma We Are Going To miss You Heaps xo

    Mum Will Always Make Sure You Live On With Us Forever xoxo ♥️♥️

    Love You So Much Grandma Fly High Our Beautiful Grandma xoxox ♥️♥️

    Loads Of Love Indika and Houston xoxox 😘♥️

    Indika and Houston ( Great Gran-Daughters) February 16, 2020
  7. Dear Mum I have alot of emotions running through me . like I did when Dad and Joshua passed away .I know we haven’t spoken in a longtime .I hear you assure me everyday .I know you did absolutely everything you could to stay .I hear you whisper that your okay and you are flying tfree with Dad , Amelia and Joshua all our loved ones Being the best mother and grandmother in heaven…fly free mum until we meet again love your daughter Joline 🌹💖💔

    Joline Meredith Anne Johnston February 17, 2020
  8. Maxine aka Mum ❤️

    Life is so unpredictable and it can change forever, when you least expect it.
    In a matter of seconds, everything you hold so dearly can cease to exist.

    Unfortunately, even the people you love that are sitting next to you today, might not live as long as you hope they would.
    The most saddening part of it is that we never truly appreciate how fortunate we are until it’s all too late.

    We don’t realize how lucky we are to have such beautiful people around us until they are gone.
    Nobody will love you so strongly and timelessly as a mother does.

    No matter how many times I felt mum judged me unfairly, she never turned me away, that’s a mother’s unconditional love.
    I used to roll my eyes when mum would say, “I only want what’s best for you.”
    Now that I am a husband & father, I totally understand, she really did meant it.

    I feel like my heart is being ripped through my chest, because as soon as mum passed, a part of me died with her.

    I have mixed emotions and even physical sickness, and I wish more than anything that mum was still here to make us all a hot meal, give us a hug and care for us all.

    Listening to people complaining about their parents and taking them for granted will drive you insane.
    You will want to confront them and you will curse them for complaining about having to spend time with their mum and dad.

    You won’t ever understand them because you would give anything to have your mum hug you one last time and tell you that “everything will be ok”.

    Christmas will never be the same, your dad won’t be there to call you up and remind you to get a bottle of Pepsi Max for mum.
    Mum will no longer be there to let you know that the table is all set and everyone is waiting for you.
    Sometimes, you might call their mobile just to hear their voice on the voicemail.
    The pain of having to come to terms with the fact that mum is gone and we will never see her or she never answers the phone again, will haunt me forever.

    The sad thing about loss, is you only realise how strongly you loved someone when they are no longer around.
    They will no longer be there to see you succeed and grow into the person they inspired you to become.

    If you are lucky enough to still have parents, don’t forget to tell them you love them and how much they truly mean to you.
    Go visit them, spend time with them, call them and let them know you care about them.
    Just be there for them and cherish every moment you get to spend with them.

    “Behind every young child who believes in himself is a parent who believed first.”

    David & Kristy Lee,
    Espynn & Harlow

    David Lobb February 17, 2020