Maxie Fashaw, Jr.

Obituary of Maxie Fashaw, Jr.

Maxie Fashaw, Jr., 77, of Wildwood passed away on Sunday, June 26, 2022 at Inspira Medical Center in Vineland. Born in Florida to the late Maxie Fashaw, Sr and Katie Mae Fashaw, he was the husband of the late Thomasenia Means Fashaw. The following obituary was lovingly submitted by the family. “On Sunday our father Maxie Fashaw completed his time here on earth and has made his way to at greater place. He is in no more pain, he is at peace now. We know he misses us because he told us that was going to be the hardest part, and the part that he knew would be the hardest for all of us as well. Life wasn't perfect for our father, he had his challenges, several battles all of which he did with that true Fashaw pride and distinction, no matter what the cost. He leaves behind a multitude of friends and loved ones, from his love Debra to his brother Charles, sisters Delores and Maxine, his daughter Kim and son Dekon. His grandchildren and all of the great grandchildren is what he loved most and what he found so much pride in. He was sadly predeceased by his son Maxi Fashaw III, whom he shall be once again seated next to in heaven and also his brothers Willie, Bobby, and two sisters, Carolee & Deborah Fashaw We will miss you Dad, and we will never forget you, remembering every lesson that you taught us, because they helped shape us into who we are today. Some very hard lessons, the lessons that build "Fashaws", an elite family that has character, charisma and faith. We will love you forever and will carry the torch along with the rest of the Fashaw family. Now soar our guardian angel, please kiss all of our loved ones in the heavens. With love and respect, Kim, Dekon and the entire Fashaw family Funeral services will be held privately at the convenience of the family. Written condolences can be sent to the family through the funeral home website at www.padgettfuneralhomes.com
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