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Maxine Sloan

November 30, 1958 — February 21, 2019

After the darkness, the daylight shines through.
After the showers, the rainbows in view.

After life’s heartaches, there comes from above the peace and comfort of God’s

healing love.

Maxine G. Sloan was born to the late Evander and Susie Sloan on

November 30, 1958.

Maxine was the fourth child born to her parents and at an early age she
had a love for music. Maxine was born into a loving and supportive family and
her parents helped to cultivate her musical gift. Maxine matriculated through
the Philadelphia School System and received her High School Diploma from
Philadelphia School of Performing Arts. As a young adult Maxine’s love for
music intensified and she would land a leading vocal role with “When Worlds
Collide”. Maxine traveled across the country singing and uplifting people with
her melodious voice. She was known for her jazzy style and fashionista
wardrobe. Whenever Maxine left her home, she looked like she was ready to hit
the runway. After a short stay on the road and in the music industry she decided
to change careers. Maxine furthered her education and attended California
College of Applied Science concentrating in Respiratory Therapy. Maxine took
her education and experience seriously and as a result she was employed as a
Respiratory Therapy Technician at Graduate Hospital and Thomas Jefferson
Hospital. Maxine was loved by all who met her and had a reputation for
treating her patients with superb care. Maxine diligently worked at Thomas
Jefferson Hospital until her health began to fail. Even in her illness she would
lend a helping hand to any who would need it. Maxine was proceeded in death
by her parents Evander and Susie Moses, Her brother and her only daughter

Alexis Sloan.

She leaves to cherish her memories two brothers; James and David Moses.
Two sisters; Vanessa Farrar and Beverly. Four nieces; Thomasena, Tomeka,
Alexis and Fatima. Two special friends Bonnie Earl and Ira McGee (Maxine
referred to them as the three amigos). One Godson; Darius Hallett whom she
called her son. And a host of nieces, nephews and other family and friends.


New Southern Tabernacle Baptist Church
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  • 2042 W. Jefferson Street
    Philadelphia, 19121

Celebration of Life

New Southern Tabernacle Baptist Church
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  • 2042 W. Jefferson Street
    Philadelphia, 19121


Ivy Hill Cemetery
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  • 1201 Easton Rd
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19150
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