Categories: Obituaries

Maxine Rikley (Nee Ditto)

June 15, 1947 – September 9, 2018
With saddened hearts we announce the passing of Maxine Rikley (Nee Ditto) of Chase, B.C. on Sunday, September 9, 2018 at the Kamloops Hospice Home. She was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She was born in Makwa, Saskatchewan on June 15, 1947.
Maxine will be missed by her husband of 34 years Ron, her two children Del (Ethna) Cratty of Langley and Billie- Jo (Jim) Bennett of Kelowna; her step children Ron Jr Rikley and Dena (Jack) Abraham of Kelowna; her grandchildren Jory (Shyanne) Cratty, Mason Cratty, Rhys Cratty and Cody Trant and great grandson
Metteo Cratty. Also left to cherish her memory, her sister Sharon Woodman and family and her brother Maurice (Florence) Ditto and family. She was predeceased by her sister Donna Palmer and brothers Marvin Ditto and Harold Palmer.
Maxine was a nurturing Mother and Grandmother always active in her children’s lives. She enjoyed her life’s work of caring for others which spilled into her personal life. She was passionate about her two Westies, shared her love for gardening, boating and fishing and enjoyed creating a warm inviting home.
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We would like to announce a Celebration of Life service for Maxine Rikley on Saturday June 29, 2019 at 2 pm. The celebration will be held at the Chase Community Hall 547 Shuswap Ave, Chase, BC. Arrangements are in the care of Bower Funeral Home.
 Schoening Funeral Services

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