Guy C. Maxy
April 29, 2014


Life Legacy

MAXCY, C. GUY, 60 of Sebring, FL died April 29, 2914 in Port Charlotte, FL. Guy was born in Avon Park, FL, son of the late James G. and Louise (Cope) Maxcy. He had an AS degree from Polk Community College and a Bachelorís degree from Warner Southern. Guy was founder and President of The Maxcy Group and proudly served as a Highlands County Commissioner for 18 years and during his tenure he served on many committees, a sample of those are, Health Care & Rural Network Committee, Heartland Library Cooperative, Library Advisory Board, Historic Preservation, Small County Coalition Board of Directors, Insurance committee, and Workforce Investment Board. Guy was also the President of the Florida Association of Counties for a term. Guy has served as County Administrator for DeSoto County since 2011. A member of Sebring Kiwanis Club, Sebring Firemen Inc. and a faithful member and Deacon at Bible Fellowship. He was an avid outdoorsman and served as director of the Maxcy Memorial Fishing Event, he also enjoyed coaching Little League baseball. Guy was a true family man who will be missed by his loving wife, Jacqueline G. Maxcy; son, Chet (Jennifer L.) Maxcy, Lake Placid, FL; daughters, Caitlin Laura Maxcy, Miami, FL and Caroline Louise Maxcy, Sebring; brother, James G. (Nancy) Maxcy, Jr., Sebring; grandchildren, Alexis Maulden, Daniel Maulden and Hunter Maxcy and numerous nieces and nephews. Visitation, 12 noon Ė 2:00 pm, Saturday with services to follow at Highlands Today Center, Sebring Firemenís Field, 781 Magnolia Avenue. Burial to follow at Pinecrest Cemetery.

Condolences or Life Stories may be expressed in his Guestbook. Morris Funeral Chapel, Sebring, Fl.

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Preceded In Death By

James G. and Louise (Cope) Maxcy, Parents

Survived By

Jacqueline G. Maxcy, Wife
Chet (Jennifer L.) Maxcy, Son
Caitlin Laura Maxcy, Daughter
Caroline Louise Maxcy, Daughter
James G. (Nancy) Maxcy, Jr., Brother
Grand Children
Alexis Maulden, Daniel Maulden
and Hunter Maxcy
numerous nieces and nephews


Place Of Birth: Avon Park, FL
Place Of Death: Port Charlotte, FL
Death: April 29, 2014
Highlands County Commissioner
Palms Retirement Communities
National Certification Council
County Administrator for DeSoto County since 2011


Visitation, 12 noon Ė 2:00 pm,
Saturday with services to follow
at Highlands Today Center,
Sebring Firemenís Field, 781 Magnolia Avenue.
Burial to follow at Pinecrest Cemetery.


05/01/2015 - Chris Gose

I grew up in the shaddow of Guy's grace. He took me to the woods countless times as young boy and allowed me the opportunity to spend time with my buddy Chet. I have fond memories of him and the rest of camp at the Slough. I have equally fond memories of all us at the annual golf outing in Okeechobee, atleast it kind of changed into that. It was an annual event that I looked forward to each and every year. Chet, David, and I among a few others (The Flat Bellies) would always try to beat the old men (The Round Bellies), this team consisted of Sandy Foster, Jim Gose, Ron Handley, Marty Reopstorff, and a few others over the years. I remember Guy would be right there following us around and putting his two cents in when needed or not! He was right there the day that two hole in ones on the same green happend during that match i believe. He was an awesome man, and his kids are a reflection of that! He did an awesome job raising his family the way he felt they should be raised. I hurt for all of you. I know where he is, and that is comforting for us all! I love you Maxcy's!!


05/02/2014 - Clayton G. Wilson

Pease accept my condolences for your tragic loss. I know Guy will be missed.


05/02/2014 - Suggs Family

our prayers and thoughts are with yall in this time of need.


05/03/2014 - JoAnn Elliott Belmonte

Guy was a great help to me and Buck Elliott,when he was a Sebring county commissioner, during the years that we owned Elliott's Mobile Home Park on Lake Istokpoga. I am very sad to read of his passing. My sympathy to the family.
JoAnn Elliott Belmonte


05/04/2014 - Algie Didlaukies

Thank you, Guy, for being a wonderful example of fairness, kindness and love.


05/04/2014 - Fred & Charlotte Carter

Mr. Maxy greeted us with a smile. Our conversations were lively and informative. He was always eager to offer suggestions regarding issues we faced with the Desoto County Mural Society. He will be missed. Our deepest regards to his family.
God Bless


05/08/2014 - Teri Murray

We can't imagine your loss and grief. We are praying for you and your family