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Max LaMar Jones June 13 1937 - September 9 2018 Jr.

Reno, Nevada

1937 - 2018 (Age 81)

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Max LaMar Jones, Jr. June 13, 1937 - September 9, 2018Reno - After enjoying his Sunday outing surveying the neighborhood ponds, with ducks in sight and tules abundant, Max LaMar Jones, Jr. passed away in the afternoon on September 9, 2018. Max was born June 13, 1937 in Ogden, Utah to Max L. Jones...

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Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this difficult time. A wonderful memory we will remember is when we celebrated Thanksgiving in Maui over 16 years ago with many of our connected families together. It was a fun and beautiful time. We love you, Don and Leslie

My love and prayers to you all! Max Jones, one of the most influential people in my life, introduced me to high adventure. Snow survival camping was the most memorable and miserable experience of my life! My mother, making me learn how to fillet and skin bluegill, from his fishing trip, was tedious love. I was stung by several wasps backpacking with Max, and my face was unrecognizable. On Sand Mountain, I received a blistering sunburn. I look back on these experiences with fond...

Sorry to hear of Max's passing. Remembering all
of the great times on Harvey Lane. It seems like
yesterday when we were all there. Your are
in our thoughts and prayers.

The Kitchen Family.

I just received word of Lamars passing. The world beyond will be a better place because of Lamar's arrival there. Our world is a better place because of his time on earth and all the accomplishments he made.
May God bless and watch over his family.
Rest in peace dear friend!

So sorry to hear about Max. What a extremely wonderful person he was.
Dan and I were in the dog club with him. Just thought the world of him and his dogs.
Rest in peace our friend. Our prayers go out to the family.

God Bless,
Danny and Karen Hamlin

We were honored to have known Max for many years and appreciate the courage and strength shown by his and your examples. God bless you always. Ken & Barbara Olive

What an accomplished, respected man. Thank you for sharing Max's remarkable life story with us. My heart and prayers are with Aunt Honor, Lynne and Max III and their families.