I met Max in Fresno during the 1972 McGovern Presidential campaign where I worked on the yard sign operation and also did precinct walking. Max was a very energetic and extremely dedicated member who gave many hours to our effort. I moved to Sacramento eleven years ago. I regret that I did not know that Max had also relocated here. My condolences to his family. Peace and love.
Max, Ron Anderson and I were interns at the City of Fresno, while in Grad School. We had a really great time believing that we were actually running the City. Max obviously took our tasks much more seriously than the rest of us. Except for the time we were told to "look busy." That resulted in us designing and constructing the most radical but elaborate paper airplanes, and tossing them out our sixth-story window to the street below. Max's planes were incredibly precise and flew better than any others. Later, Max followed me to Sacramento, where I would hear from him or of his accomplishments from time to time. He truly loved being a husband and father and he will be very much missed. Condolences to Mary, Katie and the rest of his familly.
Max was a great guy. Condolences and all the best to Mary and Katie.
Mary, I am so very sorry for your loss. Peace be with you and your family.
Sincerely,Clar Rohde (OCJP)
I met Max through his sweet wife Mary and had the pleasure of crossing paths with them over the years. His calm, quiet, good-natured presence will be missed. Hugs to all his family and friends.