My family has known and been associated and worked with Max since he started in the electrical trade. I have personally known him since I was about 6 years old. My dad worked for O. H. Cummins Electric at that time and Max used to indicate that daddy tried to corrupt him by meeting at LaRue's Café for a beer or two (or more) on Congress Ave. every afternoon.
After that stage of their lives, Max came to Creedmoor every year at the opening day of and also during dove season to go hunting. Bobby and I and our whole family grew up knowing Max.
Our condolences go out to the family for your loss and may God bless you and thanks to God for our opportunity to have been able to know him.
Marsha and family, I am so sorry for your broken hearts at Max's passing. I can only think of the great reunion of Daddy, Darrell, and Max going on now. Love yall, Brenda Griffin Messrr
Max is directly responsible for my career in the Electrical Industry a proud member of IBEW Local Union 520. Max worked on me for 3 years to get into the apprenticeship program. I graduated, became a master electrician, local union organizer and assistant manager and International Representative. Love you Max and THANKS. RALPH MERRIWEATHER
Marsha, we've thought of you many times over the many years since we saw you last. How the years have flown! Know that you are in our prayers at this sad time. May God bless you with sweet memories and peace. Marlene & Sid Rich