Maxine DeNeen Womack

March 11, 1964 ~ July 20, 2019 (age 55)


Maxine DeNeen Williams was born on March 11, 1964 in San Diego, CA to Vertis and Ollen Williams of Mississippi.

During Maxine’s youth she loved playing softball. She played at Twin Hills Little League with her sister until high school, where they continued playing at Monte Vista High School.  Her position was back-catcher. She blocked a lot of runs and was mean down on home plate.

In August of 1983 met the love of her life, Ted Womack. They were inseparable. One of their favorite things to do was go to concerts of the bands they liked the most. They enjoyed meeting new people, building friendships, and entertaining.  As they progressed, they helped a lot of kids in the community by coaching and mentoring at South Eastern Little League.  Maxine’s heart and spirit made everyone feel as if she was their real mom rather than just the team mom. Maxine and Ted’s union was confirmed by the Lord on December 17, 2018.  

As Maxine evolved and was advancing her career she became an underwriter at Wells Fargo.  She was very accomplished and excelled at different mortgage companies over her twenty-five plus year career. This made her highly esteemed and a master in her field.

Maxine was a woman of God. She was very diligent in her relationship with Christ. She dedicated herself to the Lord and was baptized on December 27, 2018, where she began attending Our Fathers House of Worship Seventh Day Adventist Church. She was a student of the word and was very adamant about walking in the teachings.

Maxine was called home on July 20, 2019 at the age of 55.  She was preceded in death by her father Ollen Williams II.  Left  to cherish her memories are, mother Vertis Williams, husband Ted Womack; two children Ted Womack, Jr. and Kayla Womack; two grandchildren Zayd Womack and Tristan Holmes; sister Kimberly Jordan and brother Ollen Williams III; nephew Cory Jordan; and numerous family members and friends.

Maxine will be missed more than words can ever express.  Her love and understanding for everyone was colossal. She was one in a million, Max-A-Million

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