04/13/2019 - Maxine 'Max' Bump
This eulogy has been cancelled due to the weather.
A eulogy and celebration of life for Maxine “Max” Bump, age 89, of Chadron, NE has been postponed because of the weather from March 2, 2019, to Saturday, April 13, 2019.
It will still begin at 11:00 AM at the Museum of the Fur Trade with Dr. James A. Hanson officiating. Lunch will be served following the eulogy.
The family wishes to thank the Chadron Rescue unit and Chadron Community Hospital.
A memorial has been established for the Chadron Rescue Unit. Donations may be sent to Chamberlain Chapel, PO Box 970, Chadron, NE 69337.
Maxine passed away on Wednesday, January 2, 2019. She was born in Chadron, NE on June 9, 1929 to Claude (Lee) Haden and Lillian (Effie) Goff-Haden. She was the youngest of four children.
Maxine attended school from kindergarten through 12th grade at Chadron Public Schools and graduated with the Chadron High School Class of 1947. Maxine and her best friend in school, Darlene Ostrander (who was the only one allowed to call her “Miki”), were very active in high school activities.
She was united in marriage to Bevin B. Bump, also a native of Chadron, on August 7, 1949. The couple moved to Lincoln, NE where she supported Bevin in his pursuit of a Law Degree from the University of Nebraska.
In June 1952, Bevin graduated with a Juris Doctor degree. While in Lincoln, Maxine supported the couple by working as a secretary for the state in the Nebraska Capital building. They welcomed their first son, Bruce, in June 1952.
The couple and son returned to Chadron in August 1952 when Bevin joined his father as a partner in Bump and Bump, Attorneys at Law. Maxine worked in an insurance office until their second son, Bryce, was born in 1954, followed by third son, Brett, in 1957. Maxine was a stay-at-home mom until 1964 when she joined Bevin in the law office. She managed and was the heart and soul of the law Office for over 46 years.
The couple could be seen throughout Chadron with their beloved American Eskimo and Bichon Frise dogs. Maxine and Bevin had a second home at Lake Angostura, SD. They enjoyed spending time on the boat and entertaining family and friends there.
Maxine felt very lucky to have been able to travel extensively while she accompanied Bevin on Bar Association and Masonic Lodge trips.
Maxine is survived by sons Bruce (Brenda) of Chadron, NE, Bryce (Lynelle) of Cheyenne, WY, and Brett of Black Hawk, SD; five grandsons Benjamin, Blake, Beau, Baron, and Briley; and four great-grandchildren Rhiannon, Gavin, Bryan, and Beckett.
Maxine was preceded in death by husband Bevin, her parents and siblings, and daughter-in-law Christine Bump.
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