Maxcine Mullins Denton, our dear "Max", met her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ face-to-face on Saturday, December 12, 2020 after a long battle with Alzheimer's. Throughout her 94 years, Maxcine held many roles, but excelled most as wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. The epitome of selfless, our family is forever impacted by her devoted love. Maxcine Mullins was born on July 16, 1926 in Witt Springs, AR, to D.I. and Gertrude Mullins. The family moved to Tahlequah, OK, to work their family farm. After graduating from Tahlequah High School, Maxcine moved to Oklahoma City to work as a housemother at the Baptist Children's Home. She met her husband of 38 years, Jack Denton, in OKC. They had two children, Jane and Don. Together, Jack and Maxcine owned and operated Denton's Picture Framing. Maxcine was the artistic and creative one in the business, with a far and wide reach of notable customers in the OKC Metro, including the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum and the Oklahoma State Capitol. Her clients became her friends; it was not unusual for her to frame pictures of generations of families. Her work can be found in many homes around town.Maxcine and Jack were longtime members of Trinity Baptist Church, where Maxcine taught the beginner Sunday School class for years. Later, after Jack's passing, she joined and became very involved with Village Baptist Church. Maxcine loved traveling with missionary groups, she particularly enjoyed working with children in other countries. Maxcine was a woman of strong faith and deep convictions.Her family has fond memories of her meals, grandkid taxi service, games (always by her own rules), travels, and story-telling, but mostly of her selfless love and presence. Maxcine always put her loved ones first. Maxcine was preceded in death by her parents, D.I. and Gertrude Mullins; brother, Dale Mullins; sister, Loretta Myers; her husband, Jack Denton, and her beloved son, Don Denton. She is survived by her brother, Dennis Mullins; daughter, Jane Thompson and husband, David of Edmond, OK; grandchildren Katie Moore (husband, Matt) of Edmond, OK, Jeff Thompson (wife, Sarah) of Oklahoma City, OK, and Robyn Cook (husband, Jordan) of Nichols Hills, OK; great-grandchildren Carter and Campbell Moore, Nolan, Pierce and Norah Thompson, and Carver and Charlie Jane Cook. The family would like to extend our most sincere gratitude to those who lovingly cared for Maxcine in her final months: the Memory Support Staff at Villagio Senior Living of OKC; Pam Crutchfield (P.A.); and Centennial Hospice (especially her nurses Mary, Deidra and Kaylan and Chaplain Gary). Visitation for Maxcine will be held at Smith & Kernke Funeral Home (14624 N. May Avenue, OKC 73134) on Tuesday, December 15 from 10am-4pm. A memorial service will be held for the immediate family on Wednesday. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation in Maxcine's honor to the Alzheimer's Association of Oklahoma (Alzheimer's Association,Attn: Oklahoma Chapter, 9370 Olive Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63132).