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November 29, 2007
I finally looked at the home page and saw this article about Max. I am very sorry. Max and I started the 1st grade together. He was a very good man.
July 9, 2006
Dear Carol,

Suzi and I were shocked when we read in the SSCA Commodores' Bulletin of Max's death. We have fond memories of the two of you. We first met in the spring of 1998 when, due to flooding, you and Vamanos were trapped between two bridges and we shared dinner together. Each time we met, even though years apart, it was like we had just recently seen each other. We next met in 2000 at Marathon, FL when Suzi and I dinghied out of the harbor to say hello where you and Max were anchored. The last time was in 2003 in Maine at the SSCA rendezvous. Each time was wonderful to see you both and we are so sorry to hear of your tremendous loss. Our prayers are with you.
Dick and Suzi Guckel
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March 1, 2006
A year ago this winter the telephone rang late at night. It was Carol, "Max is gone," she said. Gone where? I asked, thinking that perhaps he had decided to go sailing or Rving, instead of staying in Taos, where he had just visited them. Never, for a nanosecond, did we think he was gone, gone. They had so many plans! The world seemed too small for the things Max and Carol wanted to do. They were about to start construction of the house of their dreams in Taos. He talked about their future home like a highschooler caressing the thought of his first car. Carpentry interested him and he planned to make the workshop a focal point of the new house. He envisioned creating masterpieces in wood. And hosting dozens of friends and family. He mentioned a good wine cellar and knowing Carol the greatest kitchen of all. Plans, plans. We have all been robbed of his presence and great energy, but never of his legacy. God, how we miss him!
February 27, 2006
Dear Carol, I've just received the news about Max. I'm shocked and so saddened. I met you and Max at sea while aboard wHy...land. We spent several rich days together, so much so, I remember you both vividly--your warmth and generosity; Max's sharp wit and humor and ready recitation of poetry; both of you so friendly and welcoming and full of wonderful experiences and stories and plans. Please receive my sincerest condolences. I wish you a future that stands on the amazingly beautiful bond you and Max shared. It is a gift for me to have witnessed that bond. I don't know if you'll receive this entry, I hope you do. With admiration, Ann
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