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Maximus Daniel JANTON


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Maximus Daniel JANTON Obituary
Maximus Daniel Janton, a boy known for his friendly "hello," his bright smile and beautiful brown curls, went to heaven on Oct. 27, 2017. Max was born on July 24, 2011 to Dan and Keri Janton of Sugar Hill, GA. There have never been two prouder, more smitten parents. Max's life was sprinkled with challenges, but those were heavily outweighed by his special gifts. Max loved many things, but he loved people most of all. He loved being out and about and greeted everyone, even strangers, with over-the-top enthusiasm. He especially loved Kroger, where he'd sit in the seat of the grocery cart squealing "Hi! Hi, guy! Hi, sir!" He was a collector of friends. Max attended preschool for two years at Roberts Elementary in Suwanee and was currently a kindergartener at Riverside Elementary in Suwanee. He adored his teachers and friends and loved riding the school bus. Big walks with his family, riding in his toy car outside and talking with his favorite neighbors were things Max enjoyed every single day. He also loved music, especially Mumford & Sons. He recently enjoyed a date night with his mommy and daddy to see Mumford live at Music Midtown. Happiness was the theme of Max's life. He was radiant. Every day with him was treasured, every moment filled with love and every prayer was filled with thanks for his precious, beautiful presence. Max's community was vast, from school friends, to therapists, doctors and neighbors he was loved and loved well. Max was adored by his entire family and family friends. He will always be held close by his cousins, Evan ("Girl") and Kellan McKenzie, his aunt and uncle Kim and Ande McKenzie, of Jefferson, GA, his extended family, and many friends who he considered as aunts, uncles and cousins. Max is also cherished by his two grandmothers, Debbie Hughes of Lawrenceville, GA, and Pat Cowan, of Rockville, CT, as well as his great-grandparents, Mac and Peggy Hughes, of Loganville, GA. Most of all, Max will be remembered and missed by his mommy and daddy and his baby brothers, Duke and Beau Janton. Max was the biggest personality in the house, the loudest, most cheerful greeter at the door and the sweetest, most sensitive soul to ever say goodnight prayers. He was a precious boy, a gift that spread delight and changed so many lives for the better. His legacy of love will endure forever. A Celebration of Life will be held for Max in the sanctuary at Johns Creek United Methodist Church, 11180 Medlock Bridge Road, Johns Creek, GA 30097, on Saturday, November 11 at 11 a.m. Please feel free to wear happy colors for Max. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on Nov. 4, 2017
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