OBITUARY

Guy Maxwell Bellah Jr. "Max"

March 25, 1948November 30, 2017
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Guy Maxwell Bellah Jr. “Max” was born on March 25, 1948 in Lexa, Arkansas and passed away on November 30, 2017 in Willis, Texas. Max was a member of the pipefitter local 211 since he was 16 years old. He started at the apprentice school and followed in his dad and brothers footsteps. He retired from the local but was still very much active with the union. He loved fishing, traveling and companionship with his furbabies. Max is preceded in death by his parents, Guy M. Bellah Sr. and Evelyn Cherry Bellah; brother, Robert Marshall Bellah Sr. He is survived by his wife, Kathryn Bellah; daughters; Kimberly Bellah Johnson and her husband Allen, Rebecca Bellah Bannister and her husband John Bannister; sons, Joey Crispin and David Yates; grandsons Dustin Rhodes, Christopher Bannister and his Fiancé Brittany Wilson; granddaughter, Ashlee Bannister and her Fiancé Shawn Taylor and Madison Yates. A memorial service will be on Monday, December 4, 2017 at Cashner Funeral Home beginning at 3:00pm.

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  • Memorial Service Monday, December 4, 2017
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Guy Maxwell Bellah Jr. "Max"

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Connie

December 6, 2017

May the God of comfort be with you at this time

Cindy Garza

December 4, 2017

What a lovely tribute to Max today at his memorial. So true that he was the kind of person who welcomed you like he had known you all his life. A real friend and a wonderful person. He will truly be missed...

Kimberly Johnson

December 3, 2017

Daddy, I cannot express all the things in my heart, but please know I loved you and you always made me smile with the weight of your fish and football projections. I will miss you and your phone calls. it was always fun watching you get so excited when the four of us would pull up on the Harleys.. you just thought that was cool. love you miss you..
your daughter,
Kimbo

Diana Crowson

December 3, 2017

Max was a friend,very out going and easy to get to know. His wife has been a long time friend and when they married I was glad she had found someone to love. My sincere condolences to Catherine and family. Memories always held in our hearts,
Diana Crowson

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