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Roy Maxwell

Roy Donald Maxwell

Friday, February 14th, 1930 - Saturday, June 1st, 2019
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Roy Donald Maxwell, 89, passed away on Saturday, June 1, 2019 in Arlington, Texas.

A memorial service will be on Friday, June 7, 2019 at 11:00 am Northwest Christian Church, 1001 N. Davis Drive, Arlington, Texas, 76012 with Reverend Ron Branstetter officiating.

Roy was born on February 14, 1930 in Fort Worth, Texas to Larkin Canada and Gracie Patsy (Gosney) Maxwell.

He served in the Army during the Korean War. After his military service he worked as an aerospace engineer with Lockheed Martin Missiles & Fire Control (LMMFC) until his retirement. He was a member of Sports Car Club of America and enjoyed family, friends, race car, golf and Texas Rangers Baseball.

Roy was preceded in death by his parents, Larkin and Gracie Maxwell; wife, Frances Maxwell;grandchildren, Frances Paige Bastable, John Scott Bastable and Stephanie Maxwell; brothers Jack Maxwell and Sonny Maxwell; and one sister, Opal Ketchum.

He is survived by three sons, Roy R. Maxwell, Sammy Maxwell and Scott Bastable; two daughters, Rae Kusnit and husband, Stephen and Donna Moore and husband, Paul; grandchildren, Randy Burkett, Kristen Schrimpf and husband, Seth, Courtney Rasco and husband, Morgan, Tracy Green and husband, Brandon, Aaron Moore and wife, Connie and Carrie Cotten; thirteen great-grandchildren and nieces and nephews.

He will be remembered for his always present willingness to help others.

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    Friday, June 7th, 2019 | 11:00am
    When
    Friday, June 7th, 2019 11:00am
    Location
    Northwest Christian Church
    Address
    1001 N. Davis Drive
    ARLINGTON, TX
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Michael S. Edmonds

Posted at 01:43pm
So very sad to hear of Roy's passing. He was one of my all time favorite people. He maintained my home AC system for many years along with letting me hang out with him on several projects including pitting for him at Texas Motor Speedway . Roy was a wealth of technical information along with having excellent common sense about life in general. I was calling him for lunch when I got the news. I so wish I'd made the service. Hope to see you in heaven my friend.
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Barry Wood

Posted at 07:27am
Roy was my friend. I met Roy June 17, 1995 in Abilene at the Sunburn Grand Prix. Roy was racing like he did on so many
weekends. I enjoyed cars and racing so I immediately joined Frances in his Pit Crew. When I had free time I would call the house to see if Roy could use an extra hand on the car. Roy was normally in the garage working and always welcomed the help. This led to many enjoyable weekends and long nights working in his garage on the race car. I enjoyed his company very much. One memory that I remember is calling and Roy saying, "sure come on over". When I arrived he said that Frances had heard I was coming and was thrilled....we were bleeding brakes and she didn't have to pump the brake pedal. The statement in the obituary about his willingness to help others is so true. I can't count the times that he worked on my air conditioner, welded something for me or just helped me repair something. Never accepting a penny for his time. He would say that he was just returning the favor for me helping him with the race car. But, for me working on the car and working on the Pit Crew wasn't work. It was pure enjoyment I got just hanging out with him, "working" on the race car and being part of his Pet Crew with Frances. I am thankful for the opportunity that he gave me to be part of a Race Team. I will always remember the friendship that I shared with Roy and Frances. I miss them very much.
Barry Wood
Midlothian, TX
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Barry Wood

Posted at 07:27am
Roy was my friend. I met Roy June 17, 1995 in Abilene at the Sunburn Grand Prix. Roy was racing like he did on so many
weekends. I enjoyed cars and racing so I immediately joined Frances in his Pit Crew. When I had free time I would call the house to see if Roy could use an extra hand on the car. Roy was normally in the garage working and always welcomed the help. This led to many enjoyable weekends and long nights working in his garage on the race car. I enjoyed his company very much. One memory that I remember is calling and Roy saying, "sure come on over". When I arrived he said that Frances had heard I was coming and was thrilled....we were bleeding brakes and she didn't have to pump the brake pedal. The statement in the obituary about his willingness to help others is so true. I can't count the times that he worked on my air conditioner, welded something for me or just helped me repair something. Never accepting a penny for his time. He would say that he was just returning the favor for me helping him with the race car. But, for me working on the car and working on the Pit Crew wasn't work. It was pure enjoyment I got just hanging out with him, "working" on the race car and being part of his Pet Crew with Frances. I am thankful for the opportunity that he gave me to be part of a Race Team. I will always remember the friendship that I shared with Roy and Frances. I miss them very much.
Barry Wood
Midlothian, TX
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