Maynard, Addie Jane 1938-1964
MAYNARD, LILLY, KNAPP, BLISS
Posted By: Doris Hoffman, Volunteer (email)
Date: 8/28/2018 at 23:25:43
Note: Her mother's maiden name is Bliss.
LAST RITES HELD ON TUESDAY FOR MRS. D. MAYNARD
Esteemed Westfield Young Woman Dies In Denver, Colo.
Grief and sadness came to this entire community when word was received of the passing of Mrs. Delbert (Addie Jane) Maynard, of Westfield, on Saturday afternoon, February 15, in Denver, Colo., where she had undergone a kidney transplant operation in December, 1963.
Mrs. Maynard had been recuperating well until two days before when she suffered an unexpected relapse. She was residing with her mother, Mrs. Ivyl Knapp, at an apartment for out-patient treatment.
Suffering from nephritis, a fatal kidney disease, Mrs. Maynard was scheduled originally to receive a donor kidney from her mother. However, when it was learned her motherís kidney from her husband was transplanted. It was the first kidney transplant between a husband and wife at the hospital.
Relatives in Westfield were informed of the death by telephone from Denver by MRS. Maynardís mother, Mrs. Dewey Maynard of Westfield, who had called Sioux City relatives earlier Saturday to state that the younger Mrs. Maynardís condition had become critical.
Mr. Maynard who had returned to Westfield, was recalled to Denver when his wifeís condition worsened.
Addie Jane Lilly was born February 4, 1938, in Westfield, Iowa, the daughter of Wayne and Eva Lilly. She was graduated from the Westfield high school. She was united in marriage there with Delbert Maynard, September 16, 1956, and spent her entire life in that community.
She was a member of the Westfield Congregational church, of the Ladies Aid Society, the church council, and active in the choir.
Mrs. Maynard had a fondness for animal life, especially dogs and horses, and was a member of the Sioux Valley Kennel Club and was on its board of directors.
Addie Jane leaves to mourn her passing her mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs. Ivyl Knapp, of Westfield and a brother Randall Lilly, of Sioux City, to whom is extended the heartfelt sympathy of a host of friends in their bereavement.
She was preceded in death by her father, Wayne Lilly.
There was a large attendance at the funeral services Tuesday afternoon in Westfield Congregational church, Rev. Donald Roberts, the pastor and Rev. Donald Roberts, the pastor of and Rev. Joseph Castle, of La Porte City, Iowa, officiating. Mrs. Harley Bradburn, of Des Moines, was soloist. Casket bearers were Dr. Robert Billiar, Harley Bradburn, Lawrence Maynard, David Lilly, George Crawford and Thomas Ross. Interment was in Akron Riverside Cemetery.
The Akron Register Tribune
Thursday, February 20, 1964
Plymouth Obituaries maintained by Linda Ziemann.
WebBBS 4.33 Genealogy Modification Package by WebJourneymen