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ENDE, Max Russell

61, passed away Sept. 19, 2016, after a brief illness and surgery at Morton Plant Hospital, Clearwater, FL. He was born Nov. 20, 1954, and served in the U.S. Navy from 1974-1978, during the Vietnam War on the USS Hancock. He was honorably discharged in 1978 as an AE4. He began his career in the field of electronics in the Navy and moved into the medical field of electronics in 2000. In 2010, he proudly started his own family company, BMX-Ray, Inc. and served, not only as the President/CEO, but also the repair engineer and trainer for the entire company. Thanks to all his efforts, he has left a business full of family and close family friends, who are educated, experienced, and confident to carry on with the company.

He is survived by his wife of 24 years, Bevvie-Del G. Ende; his children, Nathanael (Roxanne), Elmer (Lacie), Jeremy (Ellie), Stephen (Danielle), Phillip, and Angeleena; his grandchildren, Sydney, Shelby, Jackson, Jaydon, Lauren, Abigaile, and Liam; his sisters, Theresa Ende, Kimberly Ende Trapp, Sandra Brescia, and Kelly Wolfson; his brother, William Ende; his stepmother, Julie Ende-Killion; many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins; and lifetime family friends, Alex DuBois, Bill Masters, Brian and Angela (McCarley) Natale, Nora (Tim) Gervais, and Kristine (Proulx) Whiteley, and many more. He was predeceased by his mother, Doris Ende; his father, William Ende; and his brother, John Ende.

The funeral services will be held at the Bay Pines National Cemetery, 10000 Bay Pines Blvd., St. Petersburg, FL 33708, Friday, January 27, 2017 at 2:15 pm. Everyone needs to be lined up with their cars by 2 pm, for the procession to the service site.

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Published in Tampa Bay Times on Nov. 20, 2016.
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September 19, 2019
It has been 3 years and you would think the pain would have eased a little by now :-(
Bev Ende
Spouse
March 10, 2017
Max...what can I say? Great friend,wonderful person, spiritual leader and always encouraged. World shall miss him greatly but one day I shall get to spend more time with him and his wonderful family. Soon Max soon.
Nancy
December 25, 2016
All I can say right now, is I love you and miss you so much. I can not say or think more right now, I do not want to lay hear and cry until I finally fall asleep. The pain is just too much! I know your pain is gone, but my heart is broken!
Bev Ende
December 3, 2016
By this time it was late June and it was after building the basketball court, you decided you wanted to cook dinner for me and Vincent. You invited us to your place, where you roomed with John Rist, at Belle Oak Villas on Belcher Road, in Largo. You said John was out of town for the weekend, and that you would like to cook us a real authentic Italian spaghetti dinner. You thought we needed to expand our range of dinners from macaroni, cheese and broccoli or baked potato with broccoli, bacon and cheese.
Well we excepted your invitation, well at least I did, anyways. Unbeknownst to you, Beth and I had our own plans cooked up.

Beth and I decided that I was to drop Vincent off at her house to spend the night with Brian and I showed up at your place with a six pack of beer, alone. When I got there, you had 3 places set for dinner, and that was when you found out that there was a change of plans and that you would only need dinner for two. You were a little upset, because you cooked for 3, you never did like your plans changed at the spur of the moment. But, you came around to my way of thinking :-)

We had a delicious dinner, you always were a good cook. We had a couple of beers, you cleaned up after dinner and then we retired to the living room to watch a movie. Needless to say, I don't remember what movie we watched or even if we saw the end of the movie. All I know for sure, we had a great night and John came home unexpectedly in the morning, so yes, we were a little red faced and that was the first time I met John.

After a few embarrassing moments with John, we excused ourselves and went back to my house, after all, Vincent was still at Beth's, so we had the house all to our selves still ;-). Needless to say, we had a great day as well, and I can say, I was not confused any longer about how you felt about me!

I love you and miss you so much!!
Bev Ende
December 3, 2016
You are missed so much, you were a constant in our lives. You reached out to all of my children even though you hadn't seen them since children, you made a way into their lives and you will remain in their hearts forever. I love you and will try to do the same for your family.
Theresa Ende
December 3, 2016
I would like to take this time to give a special thank you to Max's wife Bevvie Del for her entries into this book.
More often than not siblings go their own paths in life and we lose touch with each other and unless we are fortunate to have biographies of our lives, we miss out on many of the highlights and stories that make up the years apart.
Thank you so much Bevvie for giving us these glimpses of your life with Max. I look forward to each of your entries and instead of tears of sorrow, I'm filled with tears of joy knowing how happy he was with you and your beautiful family. ❤❤❤
Theresa Ende
December 2, 2016
Our roads crossed so, so many times, yet we never met until ...until God decided it was the right time.....and I thank God for every single day....
* In the 1960's you would be fishing at the pier, not knowing that I was swimming in the water, at that same pier in Matlacha Park.
* As a teenager, you lived in East Fort Myers, right behind the sister of my mother's Maid of Honor(The Calhoun's)
* As a teenager, we both routinely frequented the same skating rink in East Fort Myers (Raymond's Roller Land), yet we never met.
* After a night of skating, we both would go to "The Dug Out" on Palm Beach BLVD(just not together), for chocolate ice cream cones and french fries, yet we still did not meet.
* Then you were staying at the Star Motel in North Fort Myers, at the same time a wedding was taking place. As it turned out, I was there as well, and that wedding was my older sister Bonnie and her husband Billy, for his parents owned that motel.
* Later you worked for Al's Appliances, in North Fort Myers, the owner Al, was the same person my older sister lived behind and was very good friends with.
* Then we were both in Virginia, you in the Navy and me as a MIA teenager, ending up not far down the road from where you were stationed.
* Our crossing roads didn't end there. I would go to Norma Jeans, in Fort Myers, not knowing that you were there, and that your sister and brother-in-law(Theresa and Tony) were the owners, and yet we still did not meet.
* And if that was not enough, your sister and brother-in-law, lived across the canal from my best friend Nora Gervais(our Maid of Honor) in Cape Coral.
* Then years later, we both wound up in Alabama, although towns apart, me coming home for the holidays, when I was stationed at Fort Sam Houston TX, while in the Army.
* Finally, Sgt Doug Alvis came to Ft Benning Ga, where I was stationed, who convinced me to come to St. Petersburg and offered me a job at the Bay Pines VA(where you will be laid to rest).
* Little did I know, that Doug worked with a woman, whom I would become good friends with, and she ended up being the wife of Greg Graham(the son of your boss). .
* Then of all things, we were brought together over a dog, Maggie! When my friend and the wife of Greg Graham(our Best Man) asked me to come see their dog, you were bringing back. You were still there, when I walked in the door, and.......
Finally, God said .... Now it's time....and that was just the beginning of all of our many blessings that were yet to come.....
Bev Ende
December 2, 2016
Vincent 1992 Basketball Court
Bev Ende
December 2, 2016
Bev 1992 Max Basketball Court
Bev Ende
December 1, 2016
The Basketball court/patio that Max, Vincent and I built in our backyard in the summer of 1992
It was the summer of '92, and we had been dating for a couple of months now. Me still trying to figure out if you really liked me or not :-) You called one Saturday morning wanting to know what I was doing that day, and I told you "I am building a basketball court in the backyard for Vincent". Yes, you thought I was nuts, but I already had the cement and boards to frame it off.

You showed up at the house, and immediately let me know(of course, in your soft and delicate ways) that I was doing it all wrong. I had framed it off and was lining the bags of cement up inside the frame. I was trying to make sure I had enough bags. Well, yes you immediately took over and together, with Vincent, we got that basketball court built that weekend. You, me and Vincent, mixing and pouring and smoothing it all out. To me and Vincent, it was the greatest basketball court in the world. I even had the basketball pole, backboard and hoop and we set that in the concrete, too, for good.

When we were done, and before the concrete could harden, in one corner I wrote "Bev" with "1992" under my name & "Max" to the left of the "1992", and Vince wrote his name and a peace sign in the other corner.
You were quite shocked and wanted to know what I was going to tell other guys, when they saw your name etched into the concrete. That was the day you learned that I never cared what other people had to say, and that all that mattered was what was important to me and my family. Well I guess you could say, that as the cement hardened, it sealed our future forever. Vincent spent many hours, both day and night out in our backyard shooting hoops.

The basketball pole is long gone, but the cement court, our names and our love still remain, sealed in that concrete court in our backyard. The same house that Stephen and Danielle have now made their home.

I love you and miss you so much, but when I see the pictures of that basketball court in our back yard, it reminds me of our love and the memories will forever be in my heart.
Bev Ende
December 1, 2016
There is a picture of all of us kids - Billy at our Grandma and Grandpa's house with Uncle Angelo and mom Christmas Day. This is a very special picture as our Grandma was very ill. Billy was pouting and acting up so was not in the picture.

We lived in Ft Monmouth at this time and this particular Christmas is vivid in my mind as we all got everything we wanted that year. The boys got cases of match box cars, GI Joe stuff (all the rage) at the time, a race car track and Max got his much requested chemistry set. I got all kinds of Barbies and all the paraphernalia that goes with them, a perfume making kit, dolls, clothes , sporting our new clothes in the picture by the way. All in all it was a memorable day for me and I'm sure my brothers too. That's probably why Billy was pouting, having to leave our presents to visit family, lol
Theresa Ende
November 30, 2016
They say a broken heart will heal over time. That the tears will stop. That the joy will return. I want to know when. How can it when I miss you so much! I try to stay busy, I try to focus on work. But as soon as it is quiet, the rip in my heart just seems to get bigger. You should be here! We were supposed to grow old together. I just don't understand! How can this be! It was not supposed to be this way. God says all things are good. I pray that for whatever reason this happened, that he turns it to good, something great! For right now, it does not seem so great! I love you and miss you and wish you were still here! I just don't understand!
Bev Ende
November 29, 2016
Over the next several weeks, we just hung out. Max would come over in the evenings and we would just enjoy a quiet evening talking and watching tv. Vincent was only in 4th grade, so our bed time was 10 pm. I would walk Max out to his van to say goodnight, the whole while Vincent would be standing in the doorway watching our every move. Max was always the perfect gentleman. At first it was just a polite good night, eventually a small kiss on the lips. After all, Vincent was not going to let us out of his sight for a second. Everyone kept asking about us, everyone anxious for us and hoping that we would hit it off. I for one, at the time could not figure it out. Did he like me or not. I thought he did, but then if he did, he was not really letting on that he did. But, that was ok with me, I enjoyed spending time with him, we were so at home and comfortable with each other, right from the very beginning. I guess you could say, he was already becoming my best friend.
Bev Ende
November 28, 2016
I'm sorry to learn of Max's passing. I worked with Max when we were both in the Navy (VA-85). He was the line supervisor just before I transferred into the powerplants shop. He was admired by many of us. I was hoping to see him at our next reunion. My condolences to the Ende family. May Max rest in eternal peace.
Al Lieberman
November 28, 2016
It is still so hard to believe you are gone.

You came to m, while I was sleeping, in my dreams. You were sitting in your recliner chair and I came and curled up next to you and was telling you how good the kids were doing, and that everyone at work was working really hard and how proud I was of them all and that things were going pretty good. Then you asked me "if everything was good, then why are you so sad"? I told you because you are not here with me, and I started to cry, and then I woke up.
I can't help it, I miss you so much! You were always with me, holding my hand and I knew that we would be okay, as long as we were together. You were supposed to be here!
Bev Ende
November 27, 2016
This Bear is the very first gift that Max gave me :-)
After our first date, things were pretty hectic in April and May. I had to go on my 2 week training in the woods with the Army National Guard. We did not see each other again until May. So what did you do? You showed up at my house with a birthday present. The first gift you ever got me. A Teddy Bear sitting in a wicker chair dressed in a frilly dress,hat and ribbon, with pearl beads lining the chair. That was over 24 years ago and I still have that bear, sitting on the dresser in our bedroom. I shall cherish it forever! I love you and miss you so much!
Bev Ende
November 26, 2016
To everyone's delight, we did go on an official date, 3 weeks later. You picked me up in your Dad's care(I think it was a Lincoln Mark V). You borrowed your Dad's car, because you didn't think it was appropriate to pick me up on a first date in an Astro Cargo Van. We were nervous, we knew this date was important to everyone and did not want to let them down, for they were all so excited and I think more nervous than we were! We went to the Crabby Bill's on Indian Rocks Beach. We kept looking around for the news crew, for we just new someone had hired them to film it. It kind of became the joke for the evening. I was wearing this horrendously ugly peach/tangerine colored dress(what in the world was I thinking), but you were looking the handsome, confident, distinguished looking self, that you were. You were a true gentleman, opening doors for me and holding my chair and holding my hand. We had a very nice dinner, talking and laughing the whole time. As nervous as we were, we did not feel awkward or uncomfortable at all. Oh wait a minute, there was just that one moment, when I discovered my purse was all wet, after it had been sitting in the chair at the resteraunt. I thought I must of spilled my drink or something. You knew why it was wet, but did not tell me until years later, that your Dad's AC leaked in the car and that the floor was soaking wet :-). After dinner, we were trying to decide on a movie, and we ended up going to see "Fried Green Tomatoes" at Largo Mall Cinema, totally not you type of movie, but you wanted to make sure we did not have to sit through a movie with uncomfortable sex scenes :-) and then you drove me home, like the true gentleman you were. And that was the beginning of our 24 years together.
Bev Ende
November 26, 2016
The Ende family suffered a great loss when God called his son Max Russell Ende home. Heaven gained a true warrior.

Max was the Patriarch of our family and took this position very seriously. He was the head of our family, to me, he was my "Big Brother" always looking out for us.

He was the time keeper of our family delving in and collecting everything he could to trace back our family history reaching back generations to know each and every member by name and origin.

He was an amazing husband and father and took pride in his family for they were truly his crowning joy.

If I may, I'd like to share some stories of the younger Max.

He was always the "Leader" he always went first, when we were the mischievous typical army brats, he would always come up with crazy ideas and concoctions to keep us entertained, like ironing board rides down the stairs, brother John took 4 stitches to the chin on that one, or repelling out of our 2nd story window, this was a feat only Max tried resulting with him hanging onto the ledge with a tear filled John holding onto him for dear life, without thought, i pushed John away, Reached out that window and pulled Max in, I still don't know how I did that....

It was always Max taking the lead and always Max taking the blame when we got caught, but if it was something really bad and we were lined up military style with the threat of that big buckle at the end of dads army belt we were sent upstairs to discuss who was to blame and that if we told the truth we wouldn't get into trouble, so up the stairs we all marched to discuss our next strategic move which always resulted in convincing our little brother Billy to take one for the team.

I remember when he found a beat up old rowboat in the creek behind our house on post in Ft Monmouth and decided to take us all for a cruise, the water level was even with the boat before we even got in so we didn't get very far and it resulted with 4 wet muddy kids walking home, thank goodness we all had swimming lessons.

There was the time Our brother John came into possession of 1/2 a cows head which Max immediately got the idea to dissect on our parents pool table in the basement, yes a real cows head and, no I don't know why this was given to John but there we were around our pool table like Drs ready to perform surgery, I skipped out on this one but what great show and tell jars my brothers brought to school the next day.

Then there was the infamous skunk spraying incident (Max getting the spraying), this was epic in our memories, he made a trap in our back yard with a pail, a stick on a string and bits of food. When he trapped what he thought was a raccoon or opossum only to find s very perturbed skunk when he lifted the pail.
Of course he got sprayed!!! We put Max's clothes in the basement than tossed every bottle of perfume and cologne in the tub with Max. Being kids, the next natural thing to do was proceed to the movies, needless to say, he cleared out the movie theater and I'm not kidding. Our house stunk for weeks. Didn't find out till later we were supposed to bury the clothes and bathe him in tomato juice.

I could go on and on about things our leader Max did with us but there are just soooooo many. Huck Finn had nothing on us Ende Kids.

Living on post was an everyday adventure for us with both of our parents working, we were left to our own devices and took full advantage of this. We had the movie theater, bowling ally, field house, PX, every form of entertainment a kid could possibly want but our greatest adventures or should I say misadventures were those created by our big brother Max. They will always put a mischievous smile on my face.

Max went into the Navy in February 1974. He went in a boy and he came back a man with a strong belief in God family, and country. His sense of duty and thirst for knowledge was never ending. Always striving for a better way of life and always CREATING as you would know if you've ever seen in his back yard. (His greatest creation). Converting his pool to house fish and the odd turtle here and there and to hydrate his garden made up of bins and PVC pipe to produce an amazing array of vegetables. Chickens and ducks providing eggs any sadly Roast and Fried Chicken. There was no end to Max's determination to help his family become completely self contained. SO IMPRESSIVE, so like Max.

Max has left us all with fond memories and sense of family that will last in our hearts forever and keep him with us.

He was a Leader and once again has taken the lead to enter into Gods Kingdom where he is joined by our father, William our mother Doris, and our brothers John and Kevin and I take comfort knowing he's up there watching over all of us and it will be my Big Brother there to show me the way when it's my time. Once again Leading the Way.
Theresa Ende
November 25, 2016
We did go on that canoe trip with Lisa and Greg. Them in one canoe, with you, Vincent and I in the other. Everything was going well, until I tipped the canoe. Yes, you and I went in! Our first thoughts were about how cold the water was, then how deep it was. When we surfaced, we were looking up, astounded that Vincent was still in the canoe, he did not fall in. And if that was not bad enough, I did it again. I figured if I dunked you twice in freezing water and and we could laugh about it and you did not get mad at me, you were definitely a keeper. When asked how I liked you after the trip, I said "well he didn't irritate me, so that is a good thing" which became the joke over the next 24 years. I just wish we had a picture of that historical trip.
Bev Ende
November 24, 2016
Happy Thanksgiving Honey, I love you and miss you so much!❤❤
In 24 years, you always cooked the Thanksgiving meal. The kitchen was always a mess, but the meal was always excellent. Vincent is still in Bahrain, so he could not be here, but Stephen and Danielle came over. Lacie did the cooking and I tried to help. The meal turned out really good, with only one mishap, I caused the bowl of Cranberry/walnut stuffing to explode on the stove, trying to keep it warm. After the meal we went out in the backyard for a couple of games of Boche Ball. Danielle won the first round and me the second, I do believe we have a family competition brewing. You know how much I love games :-) Then we came in for a game of dice to end the evening and Shelby won that game. I'm so sorry! I love you and miss you so much!
Bev Ende
November 24, 2016
My buddy Max. I worked with him and every day we had an intelligent conversation, especially on worldy events. It was fun to play the devil's advocate (and wind him up) on lots of topics, but we saw eye to eye on most. He made it fun to go to work and always had my back when it came to the owner. Thanks for great times Max!
Vince Pravettone
November 23, 2016
I am so sorry for your loss and send my thoughts and prayers to the family. Max was the son of my first cousin and I met him on facebook but didn't get to meet him in person. I enjoyed his posts and will miss seeing them. I could tell he was a great person and family man. Love from the Turner family.
Carolyn Turner
November 23, 2016
I knew Max from Paltalk and from his Nucre8ion days. He taught me a lot, and I appreciate that immensely. Years went by since those days and I looked him up on Facebook, and we met up at a Greek restaurant to catch up and have some conversation. I'm sad that he's gone but I know I'll see him again in heaven. God bless you.
John Zambrotto
November 23, 2016
I remember the day we finally met. It was not in the 60's in Matlacha Park, it was not at Raymond's Roller Land in East Fort Myers, nor "The Dug Out", but of all places, in St. Petersburg, in 1992, at our friend's house, because of Maggie(the dog). I worked with Lisa, whom I was good friends with and you worked with her husband, Greg(who's Dad owned the company). They gave you Maggie, and you brought her back. So they asked me to come meet her, to see if I wanted her. So I came see her, and you were still there! Sitting at the end of the kitchen counter, looking all distinguished and sophisticated, then I saw the "ring on your finger and said nice to meet you and took Maggie home. But 3 days later, I brought her back too!!! But, little did we know, Lisa and Greg were in cahoots, to get us together, you being coy, saying yeah, you thought I was cute, but me fighting Lisa every step of the way, telling her no way, you were married and she could not convince me otherwise, after all, you had a ring on your finger! Finally, after 3 weeks, Lisa finally convinced me and agreed to go on a canoe trip with Lisa and Greg, to see if we would like to go on an official date together.
Bev Ende
November 22, 2016
Happy Birthday !!!
sheri
November 21, 2016
Sending prayers for family, friends and loved ones may find comfort as only the Lord can provide.
Shawn
November 21, 2016
Max, your sad passing has left a huge void in our family. You held us together and reached out to all of us. You were always there. It's difficult losing such a strong family presence. You will forever remain in my thoughts and memories, you've always been in my heart. I miss you so much, until we meet again Big Brother, I love you more ❤❤❤
Theresa Ende
November 21, 2016
Max, your loss has left a huge hole in this family as you were always such a strong presence in our lives. It's difficult to think of you no longer with us and I will think of you and miss you everyday. I love you Max
Theresa Ende
November 20, 2016
Praying for your amazing family.

Love you Aunt Bev and I'm so sorry for your loss.
Mysti
November 20, 2016
Max with his dog Max!
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max gave Bev "The World, The Moon and the Stars"
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Ende Surname Certfication
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Ende Surname
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Ende Crest
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Ende Coat of Arms
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
For Max's Office From Elmer(Vincent)
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
USS Hancock
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max 1974 - 1978
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max & Ronde Barber! (Max loved this picture)
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max(left)
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Theresa & John
Bev Ende
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Bev Ende
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Bev Ende
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Bev Ende
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(FR) John, Max, Theresa (BR) Max's Grandma, Max;s Mom, Max;s Grandpa, Uncle Angelo
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max and his Dad Bill
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, John, Billy, Sandi & Theresa
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, his Dad Bill, & Angleena
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Julie, Kim & Kelly 2014
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Stephen, Kim, Kelly & Madison 2014
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Kelly, Kin, Theresa, Angeleena, Madison & Taylor at Bay Pines National Cemetery
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Bev & Angeleena
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Bev, Angeleena, Liz, Stephen, Danielle & Phillip Thanksgiving
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max getting ready to work on the pond
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max and his Zombie Killer
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max goofing off Duck Dynasty Style
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max on Father's Day
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max hard at work unloading an x-ray room
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max building his first chicken house
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max showing off his peppers
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max and his dog Max
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max hard at work
Bev Ende
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Max
Bev Ende
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Max hard at work
Bev Ende
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Max
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Stephem Angeleena, Michele Kaufman, Tyler Kaufman, Olivia Schaaf enjoying the backyard.
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Stephen, Phillip, Angeleena, Alex DuBois, & Bill Masters working on the tree house
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Bev & Phillip at Disney
Bev Ende
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Max, Stephen, Phillip & Angeleena at Disney
Bev Ende
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Max, Bev, Stephen, Phillip & Angeleena at Disney
Bev Ende
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Max, Stephen, Phillip & Angeleena at Disney
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max & Bev
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max & Abbey hard at work
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Shelby & Phillip
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Elmer(Vincent) & Lacie fishing in the backyard.
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max & Bev at Star Wars
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Phillip & Angeleena at Star Wars
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max & Angeleena
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max & Angeleena, BMX-Ray Christmas Dinner
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max & Angeleena, Daddy/Daughter Dance
Bev Ende
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Max & Angeleena, Daddy/Daughter Dance
Bev Ende
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Max & Angeleena, Daddy/Daughter Dance
Bev Ende
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Max & Angeleena
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Stephen, Phillip & Angeleena at Matthew Frizzle's wedding
Bev Ende
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Max & Phillip
Bev Ende
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Max & Phillip
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Phillip, Max, Stephen< Angeleena, Bev & Alex DuBois at Stephen's Graduation
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max & Stephen (Graduation)
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max & Bev
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Bev, Stpehen, Phillip & Angeleena at Jennifer & Glen Pequinot's Wedding
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max & Bev at Nora & Tim Gervais' Wedding
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Bev & Angeleena at Elmer(Vincent) & Lacie's Wedding
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Bev & Angeleena at Elmer(Vincent) & Lacie's Wedding
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
MAx & Elmer(Vincent) enjoying the fire.
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max & Elmer(Vincent) at the game
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max & Elmer(Vincent) playing video games
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Elmer(Vincent), Stephen & Phillip in office.
Bev Ende
November 20, 2016
Max, Stephen, Phillip & Angeleena comparing heights
Bev Ende
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Max, Elmer(Vincent), Stephen & Phillip
Bev Ende
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Max Ende Family
Bev Ende
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