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In Memory of
Maxine Oldham
September 3, 1934 - November 11, 2020

Maxine Oldham, age 86, of Westerville, OH passed away Wednesday, November 11, 2020. She was born in Munich, Germany and immigrated to USA in 1947 and has lived in Westerville since 1969. Co-owner and founder of Scientific Instrument Center. Former member and officer of the US Coast Guard Auxiliary. Volunteered at Stratford Ecological Center in Delaware, Ohio and at Inniswood Metro Park in Westerville. Survived by daughters, Brenda Anderson and Marguerite Endres; son, Robert Oldham; grandchildren, Ben Taylor, Cara Meade, Andrea Oldham, Alyx Dodge, Derek Dodge and Kirsten Dodge; great-grandchildren, Hunter Meade, Taylor Meade, Emmylou Taylor and Mackenzie Ward. Preceded in death by her husband, Anthony "Tony" Oldham. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Faith Mission (Family Shelter) 315 E. Long Street, Columbus, OH 43215 or WOSU Public Media 2400 Olentangy River Road, Columbus, OH 43210.


shary denner

Nov 14, 2020

I have such wonderful memories of Maxine and Tony. They were such great friends and neighbors to my parents Joann and Bob Wheeler. My deepest sympathies to all of you.


Katherine Wolfe

Nov 15, 2020

I knew Maxi from her support of the Early Music in Columbus concert series in which she and Tony served as board members for a number of years and as longtime patrons. She was such a delightful woman and I will miss her.


Emily Rudy

Nov 15, 2020

I was blessed to meet Maxine at Stratford Ecological Center. She was a joy to work with and so kind. I will miss her.


Dennis White

Nov 16, 2020

I am truly sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. Please accept my condolences and may our prayers help comfort you.


Sharon C Csaszar

Nov 29, 2020

Brenda, So saddened to learn of your Mom's passing. I had been wondering about her. She was such a special woman.I have fond memories of her and Tony. May others sharing in your sympathy bring comfort to you,and may the many wonderful memories of your Mom keep her close at heart. Sincerely, Sharon