|Birth: ||Apr. 7, 1916|
|Death: ||Jan. 29, 2005|
Maxine Elizabeth Creek, 88, of Idaho Falls died at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center following a stroke. Maxine was born at Montpelier, Idaho, to William Frederick and Hannah Olsen Thomson. Shortly after her birth, the family moved to Nampa, Idaho, where she graduated from Nampa High School. In 1937, Maxine married Alexander D. Creek in Mountain Home, Idaho. During World War II, they made their home in many different cities on the east coast while Alex was a Navy Fighter Pilot Instructor. After the war they returned to Nampa, where her husband was a distributor of Texaco Petroleum products. They moved to Idaho Falls in 1948, where he continued to distribute Texaco Petroleum products, and they lived there ever since. She was a homemaker and mother. Maxine loved gardening, the outdoors, and traveling all over the United States and Europe with her husband when he represented the State of Idaho Department of Commerce and Development. Her faithful companion for the past ten years, besides her husband and son, was her Golden Retriever, Jinx, who was her constant companion and whom she loved dearly.
Husband: Alexander D. Creek, Idaho Falls; Son: Alexander C. Creek, Idaho Falls; and Daughter: Candace M. (Ole) Bergset, Boise
She was preceded in death by two brothers and three sisters. Funeral Services were held February 5, 2005, at First Presbyterian Church, 325 Elm Street, with Rev. Dr. Dennis Falasco officiating.
Fielding Memorial Park Cemetery
Plot: Wasatchlawn 57, E, 1
Created by: Lynne
Record added: May 30, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 70612255