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Max Alvin Greenamyer

October 3, 1958March 29, 2021

Max Alvin Greenamyer, age 62, of Quincy, Michigan, passed away on Monday, March 29, 2021 at Cameron Memorial Community Hospital, Angola, Indiana following a brief illness.

He was born on October 3, 1958 in Angola, Indiana to Max Alvin and Gladys (Parker) Greenamyer.

Max married Leilia May Druley on October 17, 1997 in Montgomery, Michigan.

He enjoyed the outdoors, had a great sense of humor, and enjoyed picking on people for fun. He was very family oriented and was always about his grandkids, and was willing to give the shirt off his back to help others. He also enjoyed woodworking.

Survivors include his wife, Leilia Greenamyer of Quincy, Michigan, children, Robbie Greenamyer of Bowling Green, Kentucky, Brandy Hasch of Coldwater, Michigan, Allen Reynolds of Montgomery, Michigan, and Brittany Cobb of Hillsdale, Michigan, 10 grandchildren, Courtney, Destiny, Braylon, Kylon, Mia, Sabrina, Teeya, Garrin, Harley, and Wyatt, and one great-grandson on the way.

Max was preceded in death by his parents, and a brother, Dale Starr Greenamyer.

A private family graveside service will be held at California Cemetery, Montgomery, Mchigan.

Memorial donations in his memory may be directed in care of the family.

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Bobbie Druley

April 2, 2021

You were always so calm. You and Aunt Lila always seem to be so calm. I wish I had that kind of peace and patience. I’m always loud and have a million things going on and probably annoying but neither one of you ever made me feel that I was annoying you. I’m sure gonna miss seeing you and Aunt Lila on your Sunday shopping trips to Walmart. Last time I helped you two was with Aunt Lilas phone and you were annoyed with an employee that tried to help you but didn’t know what he was doing . You kept your calm when I have watched so many others explode. I’m so grateful I got to see you last Saturday! Love you!

Robbin Meier

March 31, 2021

RIP Max I remember working at leticia with you .

Teeya Phibbs

March 30, 2021

hey papa, i just want you to know i love you!! i miss you bunches, but i know your in a better place. i want you to know your my best friend! you have always been there for our family! you took me in like i was your kid when i was only a couple weeks old. thank you for teaching me how to plant sunflowers and ride the mopeds and ride the mini bike. every time i went to see you guys no matter if it was a bad day we would always have some funny jokes to say or
we would talk about stupid stuff! i love you papa tell uncle dale i love him. just keep looking down on us. i’ll do it for you papa i will make you proud one day! you will see me in a cap and gown. i will make sure you see me in it. imma do it for you and make you happy.

Brandy Sommers

March 30, 2021

Papa u was was an are my dad. U have been there for me when ever I needed u. U was the best u tought me how to drive u was there to love me and u was the best papa there ever was an is. U was the rock of our family. U will always b a legend in my life and world. I love u to the moon and back. Say hi to Uncle Dale and that I miss him too. Please don't b a stranger. Let me know when ur around so I can smile and say my dads here with me. I hope I make u proud.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY