John Ray-Bartgis Jr.-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Monaghan Funeral Home and Cremation Services - Mechanicsville

John Ray "Max" Maxwell Bartgis Jr.

Mechanicsville, Virginia

Aug 13, 1996 - Aug 1, 2012

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you were a great friend. thanks for all the smiles max, ill always remember you as a bestfriend..

My Prayers go out to max and his family. I went to Stonewall with him and though i didn't know him that well, i used to ride his bus. He had a kind soul and a good heart. He will be missed.

rest in peace, brother, rest in peace

max was the best person I knew, and the loss of him is a huge one for all of us
I feel bad for everyone
may his soul be at rest

Was really saddened to hear about Max..I enjoyed seeing him at his dental visits, He always inspired me..I wish for all family a kind healing of your hearts..Beth Joseph

My deepest sympathy to the family. I worked with Max at SJMS. He was a nice young man. I will always remember Max and the Cheese Touch game. You are all in my prayers.

We are very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Max was a sweet and kind boy. He loved his family so much. He will give you a sign soon that he is happy. Lisa did that for me. She eased my pain. So sorry ya'll have to go through this heartache. Love Peggy

John, Judy and family I cannot express the sorrow I feel for you guys. Max will be surely missed by everyone. He did such a great job in High School and had so many friends. Just always remember the good times and KNOW that he would not want you guys to grieve but a short time and continue on the happy lives you guys have built. Love Terri, Wes and Tabitha


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Bartgis Jr., John Ray "Max" Maxwell, of Mechanicsville, was called home by the Lord on August 1, 2012 to be with his great-grandfather Ray, great-grandmother Annie, and his grandfather Billy. He is survived by his loving parents, John and Judy; brothers and sisters, Jennifer, Patrick,...

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