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Dr. Max E. Dine

Sun City, Arizona

Dec 15, 1939 – Jun 3, 2016 (Age 76)


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Sunland Memorial Park, Mortuary & Cremation Center Obituary

Max Dine MD, FACP, 76, of Glendale, AZ was born in Cambridge, MA to Sylvia and Felix Dine. Max graduated from Lawrence Academy, Tufts University and Tufts Medical School where he was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha honor medical society. He had a successful Oncology practice in California before...

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Max was an oncology resident at Yale-New Haven Hospital over 47 years ago, when he spotted the tumor that led to my thyroidectomy from cancer. I'm grateful for the blessings of years that he added to my life. My deepest, although belated, condolences, to his family. May his memory be a blessing to all he loved and served.

Dr. Max Dine saved my life 35 years ago in 1981 he diagnosed me with non -hodgkins lymphoblastic lymphoma type t cell it was explained to me that at the time it was extremely rare like 1 in 400 million he fought for me to be seen at Kenneth Norris jr hospital in Los Angeles Ca. He won and i lived at twenty years old and only given 30 days to live not even married a year. i was told after the treatment of the chemo and radiation i would be sterile for the rest of my life. when we...

Max was a member of the Arizona State Association of Parliamentarians from 1998 through 2014. We miss Max and his enthusiasm at the meetings. Our prayers and condolences to Sharon and the entire Dine Family.
Marie Frasca, ASAP President

Max was the single most import advocate for the mental ill in Phoenix. He worked directly with those in need, and encouraged them in their projects and advocacy work. He was a great role model and leader. He also worked on Federal Policies.
He had a gentle personality. He was soft spoken. He had his many challenges but never gave up on his work to improve the lives of others. Sharon, I am sorry for your loss and all of us where so glad to have come to know you, and your many...

My best wishes to Sharon as she experiences the loss of Max, her husband. How well I remember spending time with both of you and the ride and visit to Sedona. What joy it brought me. I lost touch with you but want your address, Sharon, so I can send you a card and more personal note.

We are so sorry for your loss. Max was able to help so many in his life, and his contributions will be missed.

I'm so sorry to hear about your loss. May your memories comfort your heart; and God help the Dine family during this time of sorrow. Isa.41:13