Mildred "Midge" E. (Bogart) Maxwell

Born: Wed., Apr. 30, 1924
Died: Sun., Apr. 12, 2020

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Location: Hartman Sons Funeral Home

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Mildred  "Midge" E. Maxwell, 95, of Dyer, IN and formerly of Columbus Grove, OH, died on April 12, 2020.  She was born April 30, 1924,  in Columbus Grove, Ohio, to Ray and Floy (Eversole) Bogart, and they preceded her in death.

On May 19, 1946, she married Robert E. Maxwell, who also preceded her in death, July 12, 2008.

Midge is survived by her son, Michael (Vicki) Maxwell; four grandchildren, Jennifer Mann (Nathan), Ryan Maxwell, Walter (Jennifer) Bordoshuk and Matthew Bordoshuk ; three great grandchildren, Eric Mann, Rose Mann and Lily Bordoshuk. ; her two sisters, Jean Kaple and Alice Burkholder and her sister in-law, Velma Bogart.

She was preceded in death by her daughter, Marsha (Paul) Bordoshuk, her three brothers, an infant Bobby Bogart, Harold (Jessie) Bogart and Ronnie Bogart; four sisters, Estelle (Harley) Augsburger, Marie (Gladwin) Bourquin, Edyth (Paul) John, and Wanda (Waldo) Dilsaver and two brothers in-law, Thomas Kaple and Ralph Burkholder.

A homemaker, Midge graduated from Columbus Grove High School.  She was a member of St. John's United Methodist Church, Columbus Grove.  She loved to sew, knit, tend to her flowers and gardening.  Midge always enjoyed her grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Services will be held on April 17, 2020, at Hartman Sons Funeral Home, Columbus Grove, with Pastor Rich Rakay officiating.  Burial will follow in Sugar Ridge Cemetery, Leipsic, Ohio.

The family understands that if you choose to stay home at this time, please take a moment and remember Mildred, go online to, share a memory and/or your condolences.

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Maria Gonzalez
   Posted Thu April 16, 2020
Words can't express the sadness felt during this difficult time. You and your family are in our hearts, thoughts, and prayers.

Kim Pellegrini
   Posted Fri April 17, 2020
Aunt Midge was a kind, caring, sweet woman. I remember her always having a smile on her face! One of my favorite memories of visiting my cousins Mike & Marsha and aunt Midge and uncle Bob was strapping metal roller skates over our shoes and roller skating on the sidewalk in front of their house! Thoughts and Prayers are with family at this time. Kim

Bill Bourquin
   Posted Sun April 19, 2020
Aunt Midge was a sweet, funny lady with a smile on her face and she would put a smile on yours too. I will miss her dearly.

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