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Obituary for Maxine R. Ulicki

Maxine R. Ulicki,
Saginaw, Michigan.

Loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother passed away Friday, March 4, 2022 at Symphony of Tri-Cities. Age 92 years. Daughter of the late Carl and Maudie (Emmons) Albrecht, Maxine was born August 25, 1929 in Saginaw, Michigan. She was married to Joseph D. Ulicki on October 21, 1950. He predeceased her July 14, 2017. Maxine was a registered nurse at St. Francis Home for 30 years retiring in 2006. She was a member of Beacon of Hope Church (formerly First Baptist Church) serving as a Sunday School Teacher, Bell Choir and the Mission Board at the Church. She was also a member of the Germania Town and Country Club, SVSU Osher Life Long Learning Institute, Big Sisters and Junior Reading Club. She enjoyed, playing the piano, sewing, crafting, bowling, traveling and spending 27 years at Eight Point Lake. Maxine especially loved spending time with her grandchildren.

Surviving to cherish her memory are two daughters, Pamela and Mike Gill, Freeland; Laurel and Jeff Jenkins, Saginaw; a daughter-in-law, Susan Ulicki, Saginaw; nine grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren and an angel on the way; a sister, Gloria Jean and Freddie Braswell, North Carolina; two sisters-in-law, Donna Albrecht, North Carolina; Mary Albrecht, Florida; many nieces and nephews. Maxine was preceded in death by two sons, Gary Joseph and Brian David Ulicki; two sisters, Margaret McFay and Madelyn Albrecht; and two brothers, Dick Albrecht and Gerald Albrecht. A special thank you to Symphony of Tri-Cities staff and especially Rose, for the compassion and care they had given to Maxine and her family.

Funeral Service will take place 1:30 p.m. Thursday, March 10, 2022 at Snow Funeral Home, 3775 N. Center Rd. (between Shattuck and McCarty). Chaplain Doug Bassett will officiate with burial in Roselawn Memorial Gardens. Friends may visit at the funeral home where the family will be present on Thursday from 11:00 a.m. until time of service. Those planning an expression of sympathy may wish to consider memorials to the Zauel Library.