Max F. Spindler's Condolences

Max was a friend of my dad, Jim. As plumbers, they shared stories and a friendship through the years. I remember him visiting our home growing up. They would talk and laugh together. He was always a kind man. I am grateful to have had the honor to know him. May you be comforted by his long and well lived life.
— Lydia (Smith) Olechna

My Uncle Max was the perfect example of America’s greatest generation. The gift he gave me was a full long list of wonderful experiences and memories of him and dad and our families living next to each other. Thank you, Westie.
— Dick Spindler

Jerry, so sorry to read of your dad''s passing. He was truly one remarkable person who led a life filled with everything one would want. His legacy is one to be proud of and cherish. Wish I had known him better and, even more, wish I were half the man he was.
— Jim Miller

Betty and family, So sorry for your loss. Prayers for all.
— Dave and Patty Vecellio

Diane and Jerry, Very sorry to hear of Your Dads passing. I have fond memories of both your Dad and Mom, and little Gram Howe cooking for your Dads hunting trips. Prayers and strength for you all as you say your goodbyes. With Love, Betty
— Betty (Bryant) Leahy

Diane and Jerry so sorry to hear your dad passed. Spent many a time at the plumbing shop growing and being next door at Aunt Blanche’s house. You all are in my prayers
— Barb “Peabody” Snively

I am so sorry to learn that my old buddy has passed away. He always sat with me at the Senior Center. He can have all those good old chats with Cliff Ackley now like they used to have . God bless you all. Rest in peace my friend. Fondly Judy Keenan