Kalvin Knibbs Obituary – Passed Away! Maxine Margaret Knibbs, adored spouse of the late Bert Knibbs of Bow Island, died June 12, 2019 at 90 years old years while in medical clinic at the Bow Island Health Center. She leaves to esteem in her memory her kids: Robin (Connie), Carey (Helga), Kalvin (Yvonne), and child in-law, Rick (Wendy) Dyer; her grandkids, Scott (Becky), Mark (Sarah), Brock, Grant, Colby, Bret and extraordinary grandsons,
Ty and Max. Maxine was predeceased by her twin sibling, Melvin Simpson; her folks, Ben and Bertha Simpson; her girl, Judyann; child, Blaine and grandson, Troy. Conceived January 6, 1929 in her family home, Maxine consumed her entire time on earth in Bow Island, bringing up her 5 kids and supporting them in their exercises in general. She helped Bert at the Hardware Store when required. Maxine was effectively engaged with the Bow Island people group with the Order of the Royal Purple, St. Andrew’s United Church Women’s and the Bow Island Health Center Ladies Auxiliary.
When her children were developed she had the option to invest energy with her grandkids watching them develop, rooting for them in their games, swimming examples, or school exercises, the rundown goes on. Maxine’s entryway was consistently open; individuals could stop by whenever to play lodging, visit, have espresso, treats or even stay for a home prepared feast, there was in every case sufficient food! She was additionally extremely well known for her Halloween treats, hand crafted popcorn balls, they were heavenly. Her nursery was vital to her and there were in every case loads of vegetables, raspberries and blossoms in her yard.
Two years prior, Maxine moved to the Pleasant View Lodge where she generally had a grin, cherished having the option to visit, succeed at bingo and pay attention to the entirety of the diversion. A Celebration of Maxine’s life will be held at St. Andrew’s United Church, 139 – second Ave. West, Bow Island, Alberta on Monday, June 17, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. Private Interment will follow at the Bow Island Cemetery. As per Maxine’s desires dedication gifts might be made in her memory to the Troy Knibbs Memorial Scholarship Fund at ATB Financial.