OBITUARY

Maximilian Gregg Monterosso

January 9, 1997November 3, 2018

Maximilian Gregg Monterosso was born at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington DC on January 9, 1997. Max grew up in Maryland before moving to Springfield and Hoboken, New Jersey and then to Scarsdale, NY. Max graduated from St. Francis Elementary School in Union City, NJ. Max attended Scarsdale High School and played on the Varsity football team. Max was working construction and living in Ridgewood, Queens. He passed away suddenly on Saturday, November 3, 2018. He is survived by his father, Gregg, his Step Mom, Diana Deidan, and his loving brothers Noah and Reid. He is also survived by his Paternal Grandparents, Vincent and Patricia Monterosso and Maternal Grandparents, Charlie and Betty Deidan.

"Max is survived by many Aunts, Uncles and cousins, too numerous to list, that will all miss him"

Visitation will be held on Friday November 9, 2018 at Edwin L. Bennett Funeral Home from 4-8PM

Max will be greatly missed. May he Rest in Peace.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, November 9, 2018
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John Rudy

November 12, 2018

Our sincere thoughts are with you, your family, and staff during this time.

Ralph Steinberg & John Rudy

Iris Rivera

November 12, 2018

Dear Dr. Monterosso,

My deepest sympathy and condolences on your loss.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Sincerely,
Iris

Alexa Langiulli

November 9, 2018

Max always had the power to turn negative situations into positive ones. His smile and laughter could light up a room. I’ll forever miss his caring and loving personality. Max is one of the greatest people I’ve ever had the privilege of knowing. I’m so grateful for all of the time we spent together, I’ll cherish our memories forever. I’ll love and miss you until the end of time, my eternal angel.

Tiziana & Richard Arcelay

November 9, 2018

Dr Monterosso,

Tiziana & I would like to express to you and your family our sincere condolence.
May you find peace and tranquility in the days and years ahead.

We are here for you if ever you may need us.

Tiziana & Richard Arcelay

Marcel Lambert

November 9, 2018

Max an I both attended Queen of Peace HS and for the time knowing him, he was a great friend and teammate . Max wasn't just a friend that was all fun and games, he would be real and speak from the heart and wasn't afraid to wear his heart on his sleeve. Max absolutely loved his family especially his brothers. I recall in high school, when Reid was a baby, Max would talk about his little brother all the time and how much he loved him. Max would always see the bright side of situations and knew that things would work themselves out. He was one of my biggest supporters on the football field and a little brother to me. Max was also a fellow NY Giants fan and we could talk sports all day long. On Instagram, I usually comment on the NY Giants page after a tough loss and he would ALWAYS acknowledge my comment and reply no matter how long it's been since we've spoke and seen each other. Max you will be greatly missed, but lets not mourn and instead celebrate the wonderful life you lived and impression you left on all of us. We've all gained an angel, and ask you to watch over us all until we meet again.

Love,
Marcel Lambert

Arlene Rivera

November 8, 2018

Dear Dr. Monterosso,
I am so sorry for your loss.
My prayers are with you and your family.

Warm Regards,
Arlene @ Dr. Shapiro

Susan Blankenship

November 8, 2018

We remember Max as the sweet, lovable, blonde, curly haired toddler who would run up and down the aisle, at Mass, giving everyone the Sign of Peace. May you find peace in the arms of Our Lord. You will be in our hearts all the rest of our days.

Courtney Quintal

November 7, 2018

Max played a huge roll in my life for many years. Everyone who crossed paths with Max has nothing but amazing things to say about him. He was a sweet, genuine, and loveable young man. He will be missed by many. I am heartbroken, may you Rest In Peace Maximilian I love you always ❤️

Deborah Savage

November 7, 2018

I remember Max with such fondness. He and Noah came to St. Francis Academy and fit right in, they were both such sweet and loving boys. Our hearts are broken to hear of Max’s passing. God bless you ,Max ,you will be in our prayers each day and remembered in Mass in our chapel. Our deepest sympathy to Noah, Dr. Monterosso and family.

Nancy Randall

November 7, 2018

So very, very sad dear sweet boy. I am just gutted. Jimmy and I and your Hoboken fam will miss you every day. I hope there is peace and light where you are and that you are free. Rest easy dear child. Namaste.