Max-Bryan-Obituary

Max Bryan

Coshocton, Ohio

1926 - 2017

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Dear Fanny, so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you at this difficult time. with sympathy

We are so very sorry for your loss.Max was such a great friend to all.Please know you are in our prayers.Love,Bruce Terrie and Travis Brown

Dear Fanny, I am sad to read of Max passing and send deepest sympathy to you and your family. We were classmates, class of 1944. Jean Callis

My condolences to the Bryan family. I worked around Max for 7 years and he was such a nice man. Such a loss to all who knew him! Sending prayers for healing your broken hearts!

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

As a lawyer and prosecuting attorney I knew and worked closely with Max for many years. I send my most sincere condolences to Fanny and the family. Max was a true friend and gentleman. I cherish my many memories of him.

Uncle Max & Aunt Fanny - Young Love

Our Uncle Max was always smiling, a true gentlemen, a wonderful father, grandfather, great-grandfather and one of the most loving husband and helpmate. He had a great sense of humor. He was a man you wanted as a friend, co-worker, and neighbor. Our world will never be as colorful or the sun shine as bright without him in it. May peace be with him in Heaven as he joins other loved ones. Words cannot express our sorrow for our beloved Aunt Fanny (who Uncle Max often called Fanny Ellen and...

We will miss he,s sweet smile an helpful way,s . we have many pleasant memories of Max . Love & Prayers

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Max BryanCOSHOCTON: Max Bryan, 91, passed away Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017.He was born April 10, 1926 in Coshocton Co. to the late Clyde and Eunice (McClary) Bryan. He graduated with the Class of 1944 from Coshocton High School, and De Vry Technical Institute of Chicago. He served in the US Navy from...

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