Max R. Vargas

Aurora, Illinois

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So sorry to hear of Max passing much love and prayers to his entire family may he rest in peace .

Benito & Rosemary Sandoval

Grandpa you will be truly missed. You have touched many lives and you will remain in our hearts forever. I love you so much.

I didn't know you but thru facebook I feel like I did get to know what a special person you were. Rest in Peace

Every night at bedtime when I was little, I would kiss my dad on the cheek and say "Goodnight, see you tomorrow, sweet dreams, don't work too hard and good luck on your job". He would smile at me and say "Goodnight Princess". Goodnight Daddy!

Thanks for all the amazing memories and love you gave. You were the best father/friend and mentor anyone could ever have. Love you forever!! "Pals"

My brother,my friend, my hero. I miss you so much already. I will treasure all of the things we shared and carry such lovely memories forever in my heart, Semper Fidelis my Bro.


Max's Obituary

Vargas, Max R. Passed away on January 19, 2014. He was born February 25, 1937, to Max and Emma Vargas in Aurora, IL. He was a long time member of St. Therese Parish, a proud veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps. and retired from the U.S. Postal Service in 1999. Max lived for his family and enjoyed...

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