Very nice story of his life. I'm so sorry for your loss., and what a loss! Carol it was good to see you today and talk with you. Ethel Powell, September 12, 2017 I didn't know Max but am proud to call Linda a good friend. I am so sorry for all of you for your loss but celebrate with you a really special man. RIP, Max. Pat Duffy, September 7, 2017 What a beautiful tribute to Max, and all of the wonderful pictures. Our family (Ron, Mary, Bruce, and Karen Adams) met The Beasleys in Norfolk, VA, in the late 60's. Bruce and Karen babysat Alysen, and even remember her dog, "cookie". When Ron retired from the Navy, he was looking for his next career move. Max was instrumental in connecting Dad with Texas Instruments, in Dallas. When our family arrived in Richardson, Max and Carol welcomed us with open arms, into their home. No one could ask for better friends, whom we call Family. I know that Mom and Dad were at the celebration for Max, when he entered the gates of Heaven. My brother, Bruce Adams, my husband, James Young, and I send our heartfelt sympathy to Carol, Alysen, Trey, and all of their family. Karen Adams, September 6, 2017 So sorry to hear about Max passing away. We send our condolences to Carol, Alysen, Trey and family; and Linda, and Steve and their families. We remember Max as always having a smile on his face. He was a kind and giving person. When we were young, we always looked forward to visits from Uncle Hart and Aunt Ruth, and our cousins Max, Linda and Steve.. These are very fond memories of times spent on the family home place. All of you are in our thoughts and prayers .Love to all. Jones and Betty Jones and Betty Arnold (first cusin), September 5, 2017 Max was always so kind to me and in some cases knew more of the things I was into more so than my own parents. There was never any judgement, just a listening ear and usually some good direction to follow. He was always ready to listen and gave me a lot of good advice over the years. Max was a very kind and generous man and will be missed. Trey Anderson, September 5, 2017 Max will be so missed by the Cunningham family. We were long time neighbors on Terry land. We always enjoyed getting together with Max and Carol, Sandra Roberts Cunningham , September 4, 2017 I am so sorry to hear of Max's passing. I enjoyed interacting with he and Carol via The Ark House and Sunday School Class and the Methodist Church. He will be missed. My sincere sympathy to his family! Connie Kay Mitchell, September 4, 2017 We are sad to hear of Max's passing. We shared many wonderful times with him and Carol as members of the Empty Nesters Sunday School Class. May the memories sustain you through your grief. Condolences to the family. Gary and Ronda Fleming, September 3, 2017 Max was a dear man. I enjoyed singing with him in the chancel choir. He will be missed....Prayers for his family Debbie Dethlefsen , September 3, 2017 To Carol and the family, I am so sorry to hear of Max's passing. I remember him quite well as a second-grader in Decatur, AL, and was so pleased to meet up with him a couple of years ago here in Dallas. Please know you'll be in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. I am posting the photo of Max and myself as members of a piano class back in about 1948 which his children have probably not seen.