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Friday, 25 January 2013

     Max Williams, age 79, of rural Lamar, passed away 7:40 a.m. Friday, January 25, 2013 at his home with his wife, Joanne and his son, David by his side.

     Max was born May 30, 1933 at Iantha, Missouri, to Carl and Esther (Brown) Williams.  After graduating from high school, Max served in the U.S. Army from 1953 through 1955. On July 25, 1953, Max married Joanne Stone and they made their home near Iantha, farming and raising cattle for more than forty years. 

     Survivors include his wife, Joanne of the home; his son, David & wife Carrie Williams; four grandchildren, Cara, Jennifer, Lindsay and Joshua; and three great-grandchildren, Cadence, Max and Amelia.

     A private committal service will be held at Iantha Cemetery at a later date.

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Mike Wheeler   |2013-01-26 14:30:31
Joanne & family,
I am saddened by the news of Uncle Max's passing. I am reminded
of happier times with turkey and touch football games. With the family gathered
around the large oak table and realizing my days of having hair on my head were
numbered. Mom was always proud of her family. Only Clinton remains. Please know
that I am thinking of you in your time of loss. Lord bless you. Your nephew
Michael 417.540.4747
Monica Yoho (Gebelin)  - Wichita, KS   |2013-01-27 18:37:02
So sorry to hear about your dad. I will keep you and your family in my prayers.
Richard Cooper  - Lamar, Missouri   |2013-01-27 20:37:48
I fondly remember my basketball teammate of 1949 at Liberal High School. Those
were happy and carefree days. Then, we finally got recognized in a pre-game
ceremony at LHS about four years ago. You will be sadly missed. Shoot a basket
for me up there. I'll get in the game with you in a few short months or years.
Katharine Fisher (McAfee)  - Parsons KS   |2013-01-29 12:50:55
David and family, so sorry to hear about the loss of your dad. I pray that God
will bring you peace of mind and heart over the next several week as you morn
your loss.
In Christian Love, Katharine Fisher
Roger Robins  - Leawood, Kansas   |2013-02-06 23:34:13
I had the great pleasure to be one of Max's classmates and a team mate on one of
Liberal's better Basketball teams. Max was a good friend. I know that he was
good husband and father. Look forward to joining the basket shooting with you
and Richard Cooper.

My Thought as with you Joanne and the rest of the
family.

Roger Robins
Kimbra (Kirby) Brunk  - Arma, Kansas   |2013-04-03 14:47:33
David and family,
I am so sorry to see that you've lost your Dad. My sympathy
goes out to you and I will pray for comfort in this hard time.
Our class
would really love to hear from you.
Sincerely, Kimbra
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