Deloris Maxine Lambrecht went home to be with her dear Lord on June 30, 2014.
Maxine was born on Oct. 6, 1923, to Jess M. and Bell A. Jordan in Ripley, Okla. They moved to California when she was 13 and settled in the Green Valley area, where Maxine attended Falls Elementary School and later graduated from Armijo High School. After graduation, she worked for the JC Penney Company. During that time she met and married Robert E. Lambrecht, a local rancher who was working with his brothers, and Maxine went to work for the Agricultural Extension service in Vacaville until their first child was born.
Maxine later returned to work for JC Penney’s as head of invoicing at the store located on Texas Street and then later at the Solano mall, from where she retired after 30 years.
She is survived by her daughters, Diane (Dave) Snook of Fairfield and Kathy (Jack) Love of Granite Bay, Calif.; son, Robert Lyle (Kathy) Lambrecht of Tigard, Ore.; grandson, David Scott (Jessica) with great-grandchildren, Warren and Elena Snook of Cave Creek, Ariz.; grandson, Greg R. (Amanda) with great-granddaughter Mackenzie Snook of Fairfield; grandson, Jason (Jennifer) with great-grandchildren Elijah and Isiah Lambrecht of Kirkland, Wash.; and grandson, Sean (Andrea) Lambrecht of Seattle.
Maxine was preceded in death by her father, mother, younger brother and her husband, Robert (Ducky) Lambrecht.
Her family wishes to express a deep heartfelt appreciation to Max’s caregivers at Heritage House in Fairfield – Sally, Butch, RJ and Tire – for their kindness and devotion to Maxine over the years. Also to NorthBay Hospice and to Dr. Van Aken. They are truly a wonderful and caring group of people.
Maxine belonged to the Church of Christ for 63 years. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. July 7, 2014, at the Stone Chapel at Rockville Cemetery, 4221 Suisun Valley Road, Fairfield, with Dwight Bowerman of Rockville Church of Christ officiating.
A private interment will be at Fairmont Fairfield Suisun Cemetery on Union Avenue in Fairfield.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to one’s favorite charity.
Arrangements under the care of Bryan-Braker Funeral Home, www.bryanbraker.com.