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Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home
Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Maxine Joan Treloar
November 27, 1933 - June 29, 2020

Place of Birth: Zurich, MT
Residence: Sidney, MT
Age: 86

Maxine “Mac” Treloar, 86, passed away on the evening of June 29, 2020, at the home of her daughter, where she had been living since May 2019.
Maxine was born in Zurich, MT on November 27, 1933 to Ray and Dolly Claridge. She was the eldest of five children growing up in that one road little town. Mom met her husband, Willie, at the “Cozy Corner Café” eleven miles down the road in Chinook where she worked at the time. Her sister often said he looked like a movie star and if mom didn’t want him, she was gonna take him! In short time, they were married and moved to Hoisington, KS where their son Ron was born. A couple years later, daughter Joy came along in Havre, MT. Eventually settling in Sidney, they raised their kids and lived their lives.
Maxine was a homemaker first, then a nurse’s aide at the hospital for 25 years. After that she moved into Home Health Care and finally on to the team at The Lodge, before officially retiring.
Maxine is survived by; her son, Ron (Denice) Treloar; and as she liked to refer to her, her “ornery” daughter Mona “Joy” Buxbaum; her four beautiful grandchildren, Jennifer, Wade, Chelsea, and Shelby; her two great grandchildren, her “Smartest Little Girl”, Harper; and Willie, “the little fella whose speech is wise beyond his age”; Leah, Steven and Katie make up the rest of her small immediate family, along with her sister Tana.
She was preceded into that mystical “bye and bye” by her parents, three of her siblings, her husband Willie, in 1990, and her beloved son-in-law Fred Buxbaum.
At her request, no services will be held, and cremation has taken place.
Mom, you know Willie is waiting for you along with Freddie. I’m sure you are all gambling a bit in the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota! Enjoy your Heaven, and kiss all your loved ones!

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Michael & Debra Bingen (Sidney, Mt)
Jun 30, 2020
Joy - so sorry to read about your mom - she was quite the maxine
Mark & Sherry Anderson (SIDNEY, MONTANA)
Jun 30, 2020
Joy & Ron Very Sorry
Jeanne Fisher (Missoula, MT)
Jun 30, 2020
Joy, I am so sorry for the loss of your Mom. She always made an impression on me. It is hard to describe her because she certainly was a remarkable lady. She was quite a character. My thoughts are with you and all of your family.
Norby-Bergerson (Mandan, ND)
Jun 30, 2020
Ron and Joy, we were sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. I remember there was always lots of laughter when she was at the house back in the day. We always had so much fun with your family. You are both in our thoughts and prayers.
Shirley Siebenaler (Sidney , MT)
Jul 1, 2020
Joy & Ron & Families,
So very sorry to hear of your Mother’s passing. May God give you His peace & strength to see you through. Love and prayers to you my friend, Shirley
Emily Hoff (Sidney)
Jul 1, 2020
Joy, My heart hurts for you over the loss of your Mom. Sending you a huge hug and lots of prayers for you and all the family.
Debbi (Sidney , Mt)
Jul 1, 2020
Joy, I am so grieved to hear of your Mom's passing. In the coming days hopefully her memory will sustain you and the belief she's with your Dad and Jesus will ease the grief some
Frank and Sheila Sticka (Sidney, Montana)
Jul 3, 2020
Joy and Ron, We are very sorry for the loss of Maxine. She was a wonderful friend to mom and everyone she knew. Much love and sympathy and love for you both.
Jody M Petersen (SIDNEY, MT)
Jul 7, 2020
So very sorry to read of this. I loved Maxine. She was a very delightful woman! I enjoyed working with her in the day. May God hold her family and friends close as you grieve.
Juanita Johnson (Sidney, Montana )
Jul 10, 2020
Very sad to hear of Maxine’s passing. God bless your memories.
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