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Maxine (Conner) Nabors
February 1, 1951 ~ August 8, 2023 (age 72) 72 Years Old
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A beautiful soul filled with light and love for all was sadly taken away too soon. Maxine Thelma Conner Nabors wife to William Michael Nabors and mother to William John Nabors and Elizabeth Nabors Moss passed away on August 8th at 8AM 2023. Daughter of Mack and Thelma Conner, Maxine has been a native of Madison for 72 years. She graduated from Morgan County High School with the class of 1969. She continued her educational journey as she graduated with a Master’s Degree from the University of Georgia in early childhood education. On February 24th 1973 Maxine married the love of her life, Michael Nabors. Fifty years of marriage has created many memories of love to last a lifetime. Maxine’s life was filled with much laughter and smiles. Her love of life was seen in every committee she joined, every social event attended, every wedding she coordinated, and every opportunity where she could lend a helping hand. A precious wife, mother, friend and grandmother “MoMo” will be greatly missed. Maxine’s grandchildren Presley Elizabeth Moss (15) and Michael Jay Moss III (13) were the sparkle in her eye and heartbeat of each day. Both grandchildren possess the strength that Maxine showed in all that she did. Her passion for teaching and the love of children is seen in her many years as a school teacher, vacation bible school teacher, youth coordinator, nursery worker, and neighborhood grandma to many of the children on Crawford Street. We are all blessed to have known and loved such a charismatic lady, loving wife, dedicated mother, and precious MoMo. The sun may shine less brightly in her absence, but the legacy Maxine left behind remains in the hearts of all that she touched. We know that you are with our heavenly Father and greeting lost loved ones with your infectious smile and southern grace. We love you!