Corrine Maxwell Obituary

Corrine Ann Maxwell
Corrine Ann Maxwell

July 10, 1953 - August 17, 2020
Resided in Anchorage, Alaska


Corrine (Cori) Ann Maxwell (Mulock) passed away of natural causes on August 17th, 2020, in Anchorage, Alaska after a long battle with lupus, she was 67.

Cori was born in Fargo, ND on July 10th, 1953 to Neil and Mabel Mulock. She attended elementary school in Hunter, ND, and graduated from Valley City High School in 1971. She attended Bismarck Junior College where she met Edwin Lewis Maxwell II whom she married January 19, 1972.

She was preceded in death by her husband Edwin Lewis Maxwell II, parents Neil and Mabel Mulock, niece Larissa Hammond and nephew Aaron Mulock, and parents-in-law Lee and Ethel Adair.

Cori is survived by her children Dak (Emily) Maxwell (Anchorage, AK), Tal (Edna) Maxwell (Anchorage, AK), Ria (Vincent) Maxwell-Roebuck (Palm Desert, CA), and Bre Maxwell (Anchorage, AK), 14 Grandchildren; Kayla, Skye, Tim, Keanna, Gabe, Aurora, Moria, Carly, Ashley, Cody, Riley, Tal, Hayden, Edwin, and 4 great grandchildren Lucia, Jotham, Roman, and Winnifred; brother Neil (Judy) Mulock Jr,. Sioux Falls, SD, sisters Marla (Scott) Wonser, Casper, WY, and Gerri (Wayne) Hammond, West Fargo, ND, many nieces and nephews and Brother-in-law Dan (Sherri) Maxwell (Anchorage, AK).

Cori retired from the State of Alaska where she worked in the Department of Transportation for over 20 years, this was after her employment with Joann Craft Stores. Before Cori joined the workforce outside the home, she was a homemaker, raising her 4 children. Cori had many hobbies that included sewing, knitting, and, crochet among many others. Some of her favorite activities were watching her grandchildren play sports and perform on stage, enjoying family time especially at Big Lake, sitting in the sun reading a book with her dog Pudgy by her side, Cori was also an avid card and bunko player.

Cori was a huge fan of Betty Boop and over the years had acquired quite a collection. There is no doubt that she will be remembered for her huge heart, always putting others above herself regardless of her own trials. As much love as she had for everyone around her, she always held a special place for each one of her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. These were her greatest prize on Earth. She was an amazing mother and grandmother dedicating her life to her family. The individual time she gave to each of her grandchildren truly made them feel special.

Over the last few years Cori became guardian to her good friend Linda. The time she spent with Linda was incredibly special to Cori, even sharing that time with some of her own family.

Due to current world conditions Cori’s family feels that she would prefer not having a public service in order to protect all those whom she loved. Her family will be preparing a celebration of life video clip to share as a remembrance for you to keep with you always.

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