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Maxine Lickteig

Obituary of Maxine Lickteig

E. Maxine Lickteig


October 7th, 1926 - February 6th, 2012








Maxine Lickteig, 85, passed away peacefully at her son's home in Loveland, CO on February 6th, 2012. She was surrounded by her loving family. Maxine was born in Garnett KS, to Charles Elmer and Edna Pearl (Scott) Lineback. She lived in the Kremmling, CO area for the past 64 years. She was preceded in death by her husband Robert George, brother Howard, and daughter Linda Sue. She is survived by one brother, Jerry Lineback, and five children; Michael (Yolanda), Richard (Vicki), Sandy, Kathy Rigg (Jeff), and Ted (Sue); ten grandchildren and six great-grand children.


Maxine loved the outdoors, traveling, and reading. She was interested in many subjects, such as geology, meteorology, paleontology, and anthropology. She was a collector of beautiful glassware, antiques and especially her rocks for which she hiked in search of in the back country of Colorado and Utah. She will be greatly missed by all those who knew and loved her. She also leaves behind several dear friends, including the coffee group at the Moose Café.

Visitation Details

Friday, February 10th, 2012 2:00pm, Grand County Mortuary

Service Details

Friday, February 10th, 2012 11:00am, St. Peter's Catholic Church

Interment Details

Kremmling Cemetery


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Guestbook

Just learned of Maxines passing. I've kept in touch with her since leaving the Kremmling area in 1990. She was a great friend/mom and co worker at the Kremmling Hospital. As a young nurse she taught me a lot about patient care even though she was only an aid she was the best. Her philosophy on life was a hoot. We shared many laughs. She will be remembered fondly.

Michelle A. Murphy Wood Oct 17 2012 12:00 AM

Sandy & Kathy...I just saw your Mom's passing on line here. I dont know if you recall our family next door in Kremmling? I know we sure had a lot of fun as kids. Im so sorry to hear about your Mom. Ill tell my Mom Joanne later today. I would love to hear from you. JoyHeckendorf joydorf@yahoo.com 760-791-8100

Joy Heckendorf Jun 3 2012 12:00 AM

Maxine's family and friends - So sorry to hear about Maxine's passing and want to let you know we are thinking about you at this time. She was a great lady and I know how much she loved the outdoors. Kathy (Lickteig) and Paul White

Kathy (Lickteig) White Feb 13 2012 12:00 AM

I will miss Maxine very much. Enjoyed going to the Moose Cafe every Tuesday to have coffee with Maxine and LaVerne. I will remember Maxine as being very independent, stubborn and very enjoyable to be around. Take care, Dar

Darlene Ensminger Feb 10 2012 12:00 AM

To Maxine's family ........It was our honor to know your mother, grandmother, and sister. We have many wonderful memories of good visits and good times with her. Today, it was our honor to join her beautiful family and friends in bidding a final farewell to Maxine ............ a strong, loving woman who lived what she believed in and believed in what she lived.God Bless!

Jim and Joan Wermers Feb 10 2012 12:00 AM

We always seemed to laugh a lot. Well, except for the "Extreme Jeep Ride" to celebrate your 80th birthday! I remember screams. Michael was driving and we were sitting in the back seat. We screamed. At least until we made it back to safety. Then we laughed, and you said you would like to do it again! Good-bye Maxine. I will miss you!

Yolanda Lickteig Feb 6 2012 12:00 AM