August 28, 1928 – May 18, 2014
Taylor, Maxwell Millard “Max” – Peacefully at Shalom Village with family by his side, Max passed away on Sunday, May 18, 2014 in his 86th year. He will be dearly loved and missed by his wife Pat of 62 years; son Robert (Judy); daughter Lisa Nicholson (Steve); grandchildren, Leah, Zachary and Kara; brother William (Ruth); sisters-in-law, Audrey Lightfoot and Irene Hoe; many nieces and nephews and his friends and neighbours at St. Elizabeth’s Village. Predeceased by his brother Laverne and his wife Ethel and sister June Gregeroff. Max was a member of the Dufferin Masonic Lodge, loved sports and his many years of playing hockey and baseball in Dundas and Greensville. Max enjoyed his time spent with the “Barn Owls” and ukulele group. Max retired from Ontario Hydro after 39 years of service as a Linesman. Special thank you to the caring staff at Shalom Village for making Max’s short stay very peaceful. Friends will be received by the family on Tuesday evening, May 27th from 6-9 p.m. at the Cattel, Eaton & Chambers Funeral Home, 53 Main Street, Dundas. Interment will take place on Wednesday, May 28th at Grove Cemetery at 1:30 p.m. If you so wish, donations to the Juravinski Cancer Centre or the Cancer Assistance Program (CAP) would be appreciated by the Family.
We will miss your happy face and wonderful personality Max. You have been a great neighbour and friend.
Rest peacefully my friend..Love Heather Wally & Roxy.
Our sincere condolences. Rest in peace Uncle Max.
Our sincere condolences, Pat, Rob and Lisa. Always a Great smile for everyone. Max reminded me so much of my Dad, with his involvement especially in baseball and hockey as I remember when I was young.
Sincerely Marilyn (Taylor)
My sincere condolences to Pat and all of the family. I knew Max for a long time and valued his friendship
My condolences to Aunt Pat Robert/ Lisa and the families Love you miss you rest in peace!!
Our sympathies to Pat, Rob, Lisa and grandchildren Leah, Zach and Kara. Max was a great man in our Greensville community and will be missed. Rest in Peace. The Blanken Family
Dear Pat and family
My sincere condolences, Max was such a fine man!
Max was a helpful neighbor to me. He will be missed especially his conversations with me on many meetings.
My condolences to Pat.
I have fond memories of Max when he played old timer ball with Greensville (catcher). Max was always a gentleman and always had a friendly greeting. I did not enjoy Max standing at bat however. I was a pitcher from Copetown and I decided early on to just walk him because I was never going to get him out.
Pat,Lisa and Rob and families So sorry to hear of Max passing away. Great guy who left so many fond memories for me and so many others who he touched
I have fond memories of Max when he played old timer ball with Greensville (catcher). He was always a gentleman and always had a friendly greeting. I did not enjoy him standing at bat however. I was a pitcher from Copetown. I decided early on to just walk him, cause I was never going to get him out.
Dear Pat and family
We are sorry to hear about Max. His friendly way and smiles will always be remembered. We are glad to have known such a good man. are thoughts are with you. Denise,Tom Brown