Passed away peacefully on February 7, 2022 at his home in Moonstone, in his 25th year. His mother Trish, father Jeff and sisters Olivia and Sarah are devastated by his passing. Max was a lover of life and did more in his short life span than most people do in an entire lifetime. From an early age it started. Skiing, hockey, baseball, football, dirt biking, basketball, golf, four wheeling, trampolining, swimming, waterskiing. His talent on the drums and guitar was astonishing. Max loved it all. And everything he touched he excelled at. Max graduated from high school and then college. It all came so easily for him. His biggest love in life was for his family and friends, as everyone who knew him can attest to. He loved hanging out with his sisters and mom and dad. Max had the biggest heart. He had a smile and a kind word for everyone and was loved by absolutely everyone. Funny, charming, loving and always up for a good time. Max wanted everyone to be happy. Daring beyond belief was Max’s mantra in life. From taking huge jumps on his dirt bike to wheeling it the entire length of the farmer’s field to jumping off cliffs skiing in The Rockies. It was always, ‘Mom and Dad, watch me do this!!’ Watching Max achieve all his successes and goals in life was a great joy for us to share with him. Max was just not afraid of life. He was friendly to a fault and always, always wanted to make people happy. Funny, loving, outgoing and always taking sports and life to the Max.
A hole is left in our hearts and it will be hard to go on without our Maxie boy. From all the sports and activities Max was involved in, in life, we have met some amazing people who have become dear friends. We know you will help us keep the memory of our wonderful son alive.
Max, you may be gone, but you will live in our minds, thoughts and hearts everyday for the rest of our lives. You were loved so, so very much and we miss you.
Visitation will be held at Lynn-Stone Funeral Home, Elmvale, on Sunday, February 13th from 3 until 6 pm, by appointment. To book your appointment please TEXT 705-734-4682. Note that capacity limits will be in effect and proof of vaccination is required.
A private family funeral service will be held on Monday, February 14th. The service may be viewed on YouTube beginning at 10:55 am. Search: Lynn-Stone Funeral Home
Spring interment at Fair Valley Cemetery.
Memorial donations made directly to CAMH Foundation, online at camh.ca or mailed to:
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