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Max Steven Jackson Weinreb

1993 - 2014 Obituary Condolences Gallery
Max Steven Jackson Weinreb August 16, 1993 - August 31, 2014 Max was a musical artist, rapper, graffiti artist, break dancer, skateboarder, chess master, marshal artist, entrepreneur, funny guy, wonderful son, brother, nephew, and boyfriend. He founded Pro-Two Col Regulators, a semi-professional break dance group. Max was a one of a kind person who had the ability to light up a room with his charismatic personality and powerful presence. His generosity and kindness were felt by everyone he connected with in life. Max had the ability to challenge friends to pursue their dreams and to push themselves to higher aspirations. He was truly an inspiration to everyone he met and knew. Max is survived by his parents, Beth Jackson and Marion Weinreb, Marion's life partner, Paula Pilecki, brother-Jacob, sister-Gloria, best friends-Kevin, Jimmy, and Jack, Grandma Lil, Aunt Kay, Uncle Rod, Aunt Sara, Uncle Bill, Aunt Joann, Uncle Chuck, Uncle Dan, many nieces and nephews and cousins, and girlfriend, Isis Jah. His Pro-Two Col Regulators crew included Danny, Jimmy, Hooman, Dave, Peter, Josh, Eddie and Tom. Max also had many half siblings that he was fortunate to have met: Maya, Zach, Noah, Gabe, Eli, and Sophie. To give you a sense of Max, here is a quote from his CD, Hypocritical Individual. "This hatred towards different faces, can't we replace it and join forces? If we could, it will bring opportunities that will truly set us free." "My love for you will never change. I only pray that this pain will one day fade. I told you that you were stuck with me for life but I had no idea that your life would be cut so short and now my heart beats for both of us. I am trying to stay strong I know you would want me to but we both know how that goes. You were truly loved Max! You were my first love, my best friend, my everything! May you Rest in Paradise, my love. Isis" Max, you left this earth too soon and your family and friends will always love you and keep you close in our hearts. We are SO proud of who you are and all that you did for this world. A celebration of Max's life will be held on Sunday, September 7th. Donations in Max's memory can be made to Homeward Bound of Marin, https://hbofm.org. Max's passion was to feed the homeless and to embrace diversity of all socioeconomic groups.
Published in Marin Independent Journal on Sept. 5, 2014
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