FARMINGTON — Maxine G. Weeks, 87, of Wilton, died unexpectedly, Monday, March 18, at the Franklin Memorial Hospital

She was born March 27, 1925, in Strong, a daughter of, John H. and Lettie (Neil) Tuttle Sr. She attended elementary school on McCrillis Corner and graduated from Farmington High School.

In 1941, she married Wallace Weeks in Farmington. They made their home in East Wilton for many years as she worked for Forster Manufacturing and later for the Hodgkins family personally, as the caretaker of their camp on Wilson Lake for 20 years.

Maxine was a longtime member of the Henderson Memorial Baptist Church in Farmington, where she served in various capacities over the years including Sunday school teacher and the Philathea class. She was a member of the Red Hat Society and enjoyed square dancing and teaching square dancing with her husband, Wally.

She is survived by her husband of 72 years, Wallace Weeks of Wilton; son, David Weeks and his companion, Nancy Barker, of Farmington; grandchildren, Matthew Wallace Weeks and his wife, Tara, of Greene and Dennis Stephen Weeks and his wife, Pam, of Bowdoinham; great-grandchildren, Ryan and Brandon Weeks and Dominic Colson; two sisters, Lucille Bailey of Lincolnville and Maud Lisherness, a resident of the Victorian Villa Nursing Home in Canton; and cousin and dear friend, Dot Wiers.

She was predeceased by a grandson, Mark David Weeks in 1995; and brothers, John H. Tuttle Jr. and Dwight Tuttle.

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