Max O Williams

November 11, 1938 - June 23, 2020
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Max O. Williams age 81, of New Hampshire passed away 11:25 p.m., Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at St. Rita’s Medical Center. He was born Nov. 11, 1938 at home in New Hampshire to the late Hank and Helen Stocker Williams. He married Laure Lee Field March 28, 1996 and she survives in New Hampshire.
Max had been a commercial pilot for DS Brown Company and other companies. Flying was his passion and would do it even if he didn’t get paid. He was a self-employed farmer, DJ, body man and mechanic. He had also worked for P & G, Hobart, Waynesfield Schools and had a Phillips 66 Gas Station in Waynesfield. He graduated from St. Gerard’s in Lima, enjoyed bowling and sprint car racing.
Additional family members include a son Jeff (Teresa) Williams of Belle Center, a daughter Cheryl Pope of Bellefontaine, stepson Jeff (Tracy Hutchinson) Baker of Elida; grandchildren: Bobbie Dappert, Chad Williams, Jeffrey Williams, Jr., Nick Height and Lindsey Bechtel, Ashleigh Eutseler, Sawyer Baker and Josh Sterling and 15 great grandchildren and sisters: Marlena Bertalot of Colorado and Anne Lilley of North Carolina.
Private family services will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions may be given to the American Cancer Society.

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Born: November 11, 1938
Died: June 23, 2020

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Karen Taflinger posted on 6/30/20

Laure, Sorry to of your loss. Hugs and prayers for you and your family.


Brian Harrod posted on 6/27/20

Max , you will be missed , you always made my day when we would talk a little bit at wapakoneta Walmart and crack jokes from time to time . I always enjoyed talking to you cause you was always so nice toward me and I always appreciated that. You are and always be a good person max and God should consider himself very lucky for calling such a good person home to be with him.


Todd Ranes posted on 6/26/20

Sorry to hear that. He a nice guy and always helped me with advise


Marlena Bertalot posted on 6/25/20

I got to know my brother in only the last few years of his life I love him so much and will miss him. Marlena


Kris Poland posted on 6/25/20

Williams cousins, We are thinking of you and sending up many prayers. We are thankful for the tireless work Max did to honor our families at Walnut Hills! God bless you and keep you. Karen Williams Osborn Kristine Osborn Poland


Mike and Connie Swartz posted on 6/25/20

Sorry for your loss


Kenny and Brenda Stocker family posted on 6/25/20

so sorry for your family's loss Max was a good man and friend the world has lost a unique man


Don and Cindy Kaufman posted on 6/24/20

Jeff and Family Prayers for comfort as you lay to rest our dad now and as your memories come back to you in the future