Maxine Lammergard

maxine lammergard

July 3, 1932 ~ July 15, 2020

Maxine Haney Lammergard of Bryan, Texas (formerly from Austin, Texas) passed away peacefully on Wednesday July 15, 2020 under the loving and compassionate care of Hudson Creek Alzheimers Special Care Center and Encompass Health Hospice Care.

Maxine was born on July 3rd, 1932 in Waco, Texas. On March 2nd, 1966 (Texas Independence Day) she married Peter Lammergard. He raised Maxine’s four sons as his very own. Maxine was a homemaker for most of her married life. After the boys were grown she went to work as a secretary at the Texas State Real Estate Commission in Austin and retired after 10 years of dedicated service. Maxine’s family meant the world to her, often putting their needs above her own. She loved spending time with her grandchildren and they all loved her very much. Maxine was a wonderful cook and she loved cooking and baking for her family. Most Friday or Saturday evenings were spent at their favorite Mexican restaurant Tres Amigos in Austin.

Maxine is survived by her husband Peter Lammergard, sister Anita Pick and husband Holly, sons Kevin Kubiak and wife Pam, Timothy Kubiak and wife Barbara, Brian Kubiak and wife Becky. She had five grandchildren Brandee, Meghan, Jennifer, Lance and Cody. She had numerous great grandchildren and great great grandchildren, cousins, nieces and nephews.

Maxine was preceded in death by her parents Rena and John Leamen Haney, brothers Wade, Billy, Cleo, Kenneth, Terry and beloved son Gerald Kubiak.

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  1. I extend my sympathy at the passing of your mother, Maxine. You can be consoled in knowing she is at peace in her heavenly home with loved ones gone on before and those to follow. Salvation is by Grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone. God’s Blessings to all of you who loved her.

  2. Sorry for the loss of your Mom, Kevin, Tim, And Brian. Back in the day the thought of us all loosing our Moms was a million miles away from our minds. But then the million miles sneak right up on us. You Mom was a good person, may she rest in peace. Prayers sent to all of you and your families.

  3. I am so sorry to hear of Maxine’s passing. I pray for peace and comfort for the Kubiak family. Always remember: The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit. Psalms: 34:18

  4. Maxine will always be one of the dearest friends I’ve ever had. I will miss Her and our cherished visits so much. I could talk to her about anything and she was always willing to listen. She was a very unique person and she loved her family more than anything. I will forever miss her, and I will treasure the wonderful memories I’ve made with her.

  5. Maxine has been my precious Mother in Law since 1968, thats a lot of years of love. She had so many amazing qualities, but being a Grandma was where she truly wore a crown. She always made me feel loved and included, that meant so much to me. I will miss her, but I have so many joyous memories. Peter, Kevin, Tim, Brian ~ my deepest condolences. Our family is hurting. We will heal together. All my love.

  6. To the Kubiak family , condolences from the Brooks family and maybGid keep you’ll near his heart ❤️ during this tome of bereavement

  7. Have known Maxine for many years. I always loved her kind and gentle spirit. She will be missed. May she rest in peace and Devine healing for those grieving.

  8. Chuck and I extend our condolences to the family. Wishing you all peace and remembrance of the good times.

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