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Tera Montgomery
Jun 14, 2018
Max was a close family and a friend. I enjoyed talking, listening and learning from him. He always had good advice and was a great man and I as well as my family will truly miss his company and smiling face.
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Kay Nannet
Jun 13, 2018
Tim and I always enjoyed chatting with DOnna and Max at Purdue Ag Alumni Board meetings when there were activities for the spouses. Such warm, wonderful people. Sorry for your loss.
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Cheryl Keith
Jun 13, 2018
Max and my late husband Jerry Keith where close friends. I know they are have a long awaited conversation together right now. RIP MAX you will be missed
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FatBoy Dan
Jun 13, 2018
Max had a vision for the great outdoors with wabaskik being the states biggest playground for the outdoorsman. Your legacy will live on thru many. Thanks max for all the info and vision you gave me while we drank coffee at arby's house. FatBoy Dan Here.
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Larry Caplan
Jun 13, 2018
I am saddened to hear of Max's passing. Max was my mentor when I joined Purdue Extension back in the 1980s. He took me under his wing, and provided guidance and friendship for many years.
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Pat Tatum
Jun 13, 2018
I will always remember Max as the man that got things done especially in the area of conservation. He will definitely be missed.
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Joseph Russell
Jun 13, 2018
Although growing up less than two miles apart, we were separated by 15 years of age. His dad Gerald was my bus driver and I knew of the three Miller boys. Fortunately Max and I had the opportunity to serve many years together on the Purdue Ag Alumni Board . That is where we shared stories of farming and the people of the greater Shideler area. Since the late 1970's, we have owned and farmed the Miller farm and every year Max would ask for a full farm report of how his home farm did. I always enjoyed our visits at the board meetings and thankful we crossed paths. Oh, and the farm is forever named the Miller Farm and it will always be reminder of my dear friend Max. Joe Russell