Steve Maymon Death, Obituary – Donald E. Maymon, age 80, passed away at Kent Hospital on Saturday, August 4, 2012, according to the Warwick Press. Elsie M. (Schielein) Maymon of Warwick was his wife, and the two had been married for a total of 56 years. He was the son of Edson and Irene (Shaw) Maymon, who both passed away, and was born in Pawtucket. Mr. Maymon attended Pawtucket High School West, where he earned his high school diploma in 1949, and the University of Rhode Island, where he earned a degree in marketing in 1953.
He had served in the United States Army at the time of the Korean War. He worked in the training department of Jordan Marsh in Boston; at the New York Lace Store in Pawtucket; and for Emblem and Badge, where he managed one of numerous stores until retiring in 1995. All of these jobs were located in Rhode Island.
He served as a master counselor for the Pawtucket DeMolay Chapter and was a member of the organization. As a Mason, he was a member of the Jenks Lodge #24 A.F. & A.M., Pawtucket; the Scottish Rite Valley of Providence; the York Rite: Harmony Chapter #15 R.A.M., Doric Council #7 and Thomas Smith Webb Commandary K.T.; the Swords of Bunker Hill; and the Rhode Island Shriners, where he was a member and the past chief of the Artisans Unit.
He joined the Tropical Fish Society of Rhode Island when he was young and remained a member for the rest of his life, eventually holding the positions of President, Vice President, and show chairman. In addition to his wife Elsie, he is survived by his son Jeffrey D. Maymon and his wife Leslie (VanSant) of Narragansett, as well as his grandkids Zane and Hannah Maymon, both of whom also reside in Narragansett. His wife Elsie predeceased him.
On Thursday, August 9, at 10 a.m., there will be a funeral ceremony performed at the Carpenter-Jenks Funeral Home and Crematory located at 659 East Greenwich Avenue in West Warwick. The funeral service will be followed by interment at the Moshassuck Cemetery located.