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Jacquita Maxine (Asbury) O'Brien

Born: Sat., Oct. 25, 1930
Died: Sun., Oct. 1, 2017


11:00 AM Wed., Oct. 04, 2017
Location: Asbury Cemetery

Graveside Service

11:00 AM Wed., Oct. 04, 2017
Location: Asbury Cemetery

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Jacquita Maxine (Asbury) O’Brien, 87, of Maysel, entered in to rest Sunday, October 1, 2017.
Born January 25, 1930, she was the daughter of the late Dewey and Artie Asbury.  In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her husband, Kenneth O’Brien, son, Gene O’Brien; grandson, Justin O’Brien; and great-granddaughter Rachel Adkins.
Maxine is survived by her son, Gary (Mary) O’Brien of Ovapa; daughter, Dorma  (Donvil) Adkins of Dog Run; sisters, Aileen Paxton of Summersville and Nancy Murphy of Dog Run; brothers, Dewey (Mary Lou) Asbury Jr. of Beckley, Frankie (Faye) Asbury of Maysel and Michael (Gayle) Asbury of Wallback; eight grandchildren; fourteen great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchildren.
Graveside service will be held 11:00 A.M. Wednesday, October 4, at Asbury Cemetery, Enoch, with Minister Wayne Litton officiating.
On-line condolences may be sent to the family at www.carlwilsonfuneralhome.com
Wilson-Shamblin-Smith Funeral Home is honored to be serving the O’Brien family.

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Mary Kathryn King
   Posted Tue October 03, 2017
To Maxine's Family,
I have known Maxine since the 1970's. She worked at Reed's Department
Store in Clay with my mother, Ermel (Fitzwater) Taylor. Also, she worked
at Clay Middle school for many years. She was a lovely and nice lady. She
was kind to all May God grant you peace and understanding. My thoughts
and prayers are with you.
Mary Kathryn

Connie Lupardus
   Posted Tue October 03, 2017
Heaven has a new Angel! I have only known Maxine a few years but she was always such a happy person! I last spoke to her at the CAEZ Board meeting at the JG Bradley Lodge at Dundon. She told me how happy and how proud she was that she was able to see the lodge completed that she worked so hard for with the Buffalo Gals. And, she was very happy to see her "Bricks" installed! Those that knew her knows what this meant to her! Rest in peace, Maxine! You will always be remembered!

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