James Willard Maxwell Jr.

Nebraska, USA
Death 30 Aug 1960 (aged 59)
Seattle, King County, Washington, USA
Burial Cremated, Location of ashes is unknown
Memorial ID 133167234 View Source
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Washington, Deaths, 1883 - 1960
Name: J. Willard Maxwell
Gender: Male
Birth Date: Abt. 1901
Death Date: 30 Aug 1960
Age at Death: 59
Death Location: Seattle, King County, Washington
Father: James Willard Maxwell
Mother: Belle Oakley
Record Source: Washington State Death Record

Washington State Death Records - J. Willard - James Willard Maxwell - Belle Oakley
Record Series: Death Records
Collection: Washington State Death Records
County: Statewide
Da Reference Number: {1403B8D1-7D26-4BEC-9096-C16D24DBC512}
Image Number: 1691
Document Number: 78
Document Reference Id: 16742
First Name: J. Willard
Last Name: Maxwell
Date Of Death: 30 Aug 1960
Age: 59
Gender: Male
Father Name: James Willard Maxwell
Mother Name: Belle Oakley
Batch Id: 282929
Batch Locality: Washington, United States
Death Place: Seattle, King, Washington
Mother Name Gn: Belle
Mother Name Surname: Oakley

Social Security Index
Name: James Maxwell
Born: 27 Feb 1901
Died: Aug 1960
State (Year) SSN issued: Washington (Before 1951)

Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Well-Known Civic Leader:
J. W. Maxwell, Retired Banker, Passes At Home
J. Willard Maxwell, 59, a retired Seattle bank executive and civic leader, died of a stroke Thursday at his home, 6$$1 E. 57th St.
Mr. Maxwell who was born in Lincoln, Neb., and lived here since he was an infant, was a Vice President of Pacific National Bank when he retired last December. He was a graduate of Broadway High School and, soon after his graduation from the University of Washington, started his banking career in the National City Bank, which was founded by his father, J. W. Maxwell Sr.
HE WAS A TRUSTEE of the Seattle Historical Society, a member of the Seattle Transit System Commission, a former member of the board of trustees and treasurer of Seattle and King County Municipal, League.
He was treasurer of the United Good Neighbors, 1956-1957; president of the Washington State Intetnational Trade Fair in 1958; a past president of the Broadway Alumni Association, and a member and former treasurer of the Rainier Club.
He also was a member of Phi Gamma Delta Fraternity and the Seattle Bond Club.
Survivors: Wife, Adelle T.; one daughter, Mrs. William H. Gates Jr., Seattle,and two grandchildren.
Services: Private, directed by Butterworth's.

NOTE: Home address is written exactly as it appeared in actual obituary.

Seattle Post-Intelligencer
September 1, 1960
MAXWELL, J. WILLARD. Private services. Butterworth's Drawing Room Chapel.

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