Born On: October 06, 1935

Passed On: September 07, 2019

Mayme E. Malmquist

Mayme Elaine Malmquist, age 83, passed away on Saturday, September 7, 2019. She was born in Kaleva, MI on October 6, 1935 to Leonard and Irma Kamppinen. Mayme is survived by her children, Elaine Madison, Steve Manthei, Mark Manthei, Tom (Deb) Manthei, Jim (Shelly) Manthei and Phillip (Gina) Manthei; 15 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren; 2 sisters, Shirley Blakeslee and Carol Klapp; brother, Thomas (Marie) Kamppinen; brother-in-law, John Cribbs; many nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband of 27 years, Henry Malmquist and sister, Charmin Cribbs.

Mayme was a retired nurse. She was a member of the West Shore Chorus and the Sweet Adeline’s. A Celebration of Life Gathering will be held Monday, September 16, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM at the Viking Lodge, 3132 Lakeshore Drive in Muskegon. Memorial contributions can be made to the Viking Linne’ Lodge #57 Children’s Burn Unit.

Shoreline Memorial Services of Muskegon 231-722-5050

Celebration of Life Gathering Information


Viking Lodge
3132 Lakeshore Dr.
Muskegon, Michigan 49441

Date: Monday, September 16, 2019
Time: 01:00 PM - 04:00 PM

7 thoughts on “Mayme E. Malmquist

  1. NAME PRISCILLA J. COSSE

    DEAR JIM AND SHELLY.. .MY HEART ACHES FOR ALL OF YOU….WE ONLY KNOW TOO WELL WHAT IT FEELS LIKE TO LOOSE OUR PARENTS..

    MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ARE WITH AT THIS VERY SAD TIME IN YOUR LIVES….
    MASSES FROM ST. JOSEPH SEMINARY TO FOLLOW…HUGS AND KISSES…CILL

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  2. Lynn Klenk

    My thoughts and prayers for Elaine, Steve, Mark, Jim, Tom, and Philip and all of your family for the loss of Mayme. I have fond memories of my time spent with your family. Never a dull moment. Fun times. Love and condolences Lynn Klenk

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  3. David Burel

    Our deepest condolences on the loss of Mayme. The Mantheis, Burels and Wonders are all linked forever to the old neighborhood in Montague. Love to you all!

    Dave and Diane Burel

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  4. THOMAS G MANTHEI

    I heard you singing when the dawn was grey
    And silver dew on ev’ry blossom lay;
    Though the rising sun too soon drank up the dew,
    I thought I heard you singing all the long day through.
    I heard you singing in the silent hour
    When evening came with sleep for bird and flower;
    A song like happy murmuring of woodland streams,
    I thought I heard you singing down the vale of dreams.
    Beloved, when the last call echoes clear,
    And I must part from all that is so dear,
    I shall not fear the valley that before me lies,
    If I may hear you singing as I close my eyes.

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