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Max Salas Jr. Obituary
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July 15, 2018

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May 26, 2017
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August 30, 2016
Seeking information on Mr. Salas, was he the son of Mas Salas Sr. one of the three builders of the Catholic church in Cuervo, N.M.?
Max Salas Sr. was also a prominent citizen of Santa Rosa (Guadalupe County seat) in the early 1900s. He might have been one of the stonemasons who built the historic Pecos Theatre, which has been acquired and is now being restored by the Guadalupe County government.
August 24, 2016
Max joined the Army Air Corps at 16 years old. That was so very courageous . Max could read a book in one hour, but usually read 5 to 6 books a night. If you asked him about it he would humbly say it was nothing. That was Max.
Max took me to the old Public Library on Central Ave about 1966 and got my first library card. I went with Max almost every Saturday to check out books.
Thank you Max I still Love to Read. You will be missed.
August 23, 2016
Condolences to the family of Max Salas, best friend, compadre. I have had the distinct honor of calling Max my friend for over 40 years. Max was The Best Man when Louise and I married 31 years ago and has continued to be a part of our family. We have created and shared memories that will last a lifetime. One of our favorite family activities was attending UNM football games. We loved to tailgate, cooking brats and hot dogs with green chili and his famous guacamole. Each year we looked forward to the football season and specifically the UNM vs NMSU Interstate 25 rival game. He being the proud UNM Lobo alumni and Louise and Maria being NMSU Aggies. Oh the fun that was had by all. Max will be dearly missed and remembered fondly by the Sanchez family: Pat, Louise, Rhonda, Anthony, Robin, and Maria Rita, when we eat a brat or hot dog wishing we had some of Max's guacamole to accompany our meal, and of course any time we hear San Antonio Rose. May the faithful soul of Max, through the mercy of Our Lord, rest in peace.